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Ferrari 250 GT: Buying guide and review (1955-1964)

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The Ferrari 250 was the company’s first commercially successful car, which spawned a wide range of different variants over its 11-year production run. Ferrari likes to name its cars based on the capacity of individual cylinders, and since almost all 250s used the Colombo designed 3-litre V12, this is how they got their name. The tubular frame chassis and suspension setup were about the only other common components across the range.
 
As was the tendency of Enzo Ferrari, the 250 made its debut on the racing circuit before being offered in street legal GT form three years later. Some of the most successful and revered models were developed during this era, including the Testa Rossa and GTO. However it’s the street-legal versions that we’ll be focussing on here. 
 
Any 250 GT is a rare and collectable classic today, revered for their looks as well as handling and performance these Ferraris are the essence of what made the brand great.
 
Which one to buy?
 
So versatile was the 250 platform that a myriad of different models were based on it, from the 250GT Lusso and 250GT California Spyder to the hard edged 250GT SWB. Even within specific model ranges there were variations in specifications so accurate data on individual cars can be difficult to obtain.
 
A total production run of approximately 2250 GT cars were built over the nine year production run, and while numbers produced are low there are enough variations to appeal to a variety of tastes. It is best to take a look at each model built in a bit of detail to get a better idea of which car is best suited to your needs.
 
250 Europa GT: Unluke the standard Europa, the GT was the first car to use the Colombo V12 and was available between 1955 and 1956 with 34 cars built in coupe form by Pininfarina.
 
250 GT Berlinetta: Built between 1956 and 1959, this was commonly referred to as the ‘Tour de France’ after successfully competing in an event of the same name. It had the longer wheelbase chassis and power was upped to 240bhp. 78 cars were built.
 
250 GT Boano: This got its name after increased demand for a 250-based prototype prompted Pininfarina to outsource construction to Mario Boano, formerly of Ghia. 68 cars built between 1956 and 1957. When Boano moved to Fiat he left production of the remaining cars to his son-in-law Ezio Ellena. The final 50 cars became known as the 250 GT Ellena and were produced until 1958. They can be distinguished by their raised rooflines and lack of vent windows.
 
250 GT Pininfarina Coupe: Following on from the success of the initial Boano/Ellena models and 359 were produced between 1957 and 1961. The focus was on comfort, and Pininfarina chose clean and smooth lines for this version. Improved shock absorbers and disc brakes in 1960 were some of the running changes made.
 
250 GT Cabriolet: Pininfarina’s 250 GT Cabriolet Series I has become one of the most iconic 250 GT variants ever made, with approximately 36 to 40 cars made between 1957-1959 they differ from the Berlinetta cars stylistically and used the LWB chassis. The Series II cabriolets that were made from 1959 onwards had more in common with the berlinettas. Both are highly desirable cars.
 
250 GT Spider ‘California’: Designed by Scaglietti, this featured extensive aluminium panels and was equipped with the 240bhp 250GT Berlinetta engine. 50 LWB cars were built from 1957 until 1960 when they were replaced by the SWB versions of which 56 were made. The SWB had disc brakes and power outputs now rated at 276bhp.
 
250 GTE 2+2: Ferrari’s first large volume four-seater production car and the most numerous of the 250GT models with 955 made between 1959 and 1963. It retained the flowing lines of the two-seater cars and was available with a variety of spec levels.
 
250 GT SWB Berlinetta: Available in a variety of road and race trims between 1960 and 1963. It had disc brakes and varying power outputs between 230 and 276bhp allowing it to garner some good results in various motorsport events. 168 cars were produced. 75 cars had aluminium bodies while the balance had standard steel body shells.
 
250 GT Lusso: Italian for Luxury, the Lusso was built by Scaglietti from 1962 until the end of all 250 GT production in 1964. 351 were made and these cars focussed on uprated interior trim and long distance cruising. 
 
There is a lot of overlap in trim and engine specifications across these models and prices vary based on rarity and history. Getting the exact one you want can be limited by availability, but all 250 GTs share a common DNA and you are unlikely to be disappointed by any of these beautiful classics.
 
Performance and specs

1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB
Engine 2953cc 12-valve SOHC V12 
Power 276bhp @ 7000rpm 
Torque 192lb ft @ 6000rpm
Top speed 145mph 
0-60mph 7.0 seconds 
Fuel consumption N/A mpg 
Gearbox Four-speed manual
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Wheelbase 2400mm
Length 4318mm
Width 1600mm
Height 1270mm
Weight 957kg
 
Common problems
 
Despite the multi-million pound values of some 250 GTs, not all sell for record-breaking prices. There are still a few ‘barn finds’ out there that crop up from time to time, and if you are considering restoring one of these cars it is worth checking up the values of restored versions of similar models to see whether you will overcapitalise or not.

• Any sort of restoration should only be entrusted to Ferrari specialists, as the value in these cars is strongly based on originality and matching numbers for the chassis, engine and transmission. With the variety of cars built there are some out there that have been converted from less desirable variants. These can offer great value, if you know exactly what you are buying.

• Well-documented maintenance files should be on hand to verify the provenance of any 250 GT you consider. Ferrari Classiche certification is recommended, but not always necessary.

• Parts and trim items are not always readily available, so becoming a Ferrari club member and getting in touch with the Ferrari classic division is recommended.

• Body shells varied greatly across the variants, a mix of steel and aluminium construction and being hand built means that repairs need to be carried out by specialists. Rust can occur in wheel arches and foot wells if cars are left in humid environments.
 
Model history
 
1955: 250 Europa GT production starts
1956: 250 Europa GT production ends with 34 cars built. 250 GT Boano and 250 GT LWB ‘Tour de France’ production starts
1957: 250GT Boano production ends with 68 cars built
250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet Series I, Pininfarina Coupe, Ellena and LWB Spyder California begins production
1958: 250GT Ellena production ends with 50 cars made
1959: 250GT LWB –‘Tour de France’ production ends with 78 cars made. 250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet Series I ends production with 40 cars made. 250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet Series II and 250GTE 2+2 production starts
1960: Disc brakes introduced on most 250 variants. 250GT LWB Spyder California production ends with 50 manufactured. 250GT SWB and 250GT SWB Spyder California production starts
1961: 250GT Pininfarina Coupe production ends with 359 cars made
1962: 250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet Series II ends production with 41 made. 250GT Lusso production starts
1963: 250GTE 2+2 production ends with 955 cars produced. 250GT SWB production ends with 168 built. 250GT SWB Spyder California production ends with 56 cars made
1964: All 250 GT production ceases with the final Lusso variants ending with 351 cars built
 
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
• www.ferrariownersclub.co.uk
• independentferrariservicing.co.uk
• www.ferrariclubracing.co.uk
 
Summary and prices
 
Prices vary as much as the variety of 250 GT’s that were made.  SWB California Spiders and SWB 250GTs regularly top auction charts, and as of 2015 four of the top ten highest prices paid were for 250 GTs. Suffice it to say these cars have a very strong following, and the recent record highs of £10m prove the point. 250 GTs needing some work still sell for high prices, with the cheapest 250 GT in need of restoration will be found for around £300,000 and up. ‘Standard’ 1959 coupes start at around £500,000 up to £4m. Well maintained Lussos are found somewhere in the middle at around £1.6m.

Words: John Tallodi // Images: Octane
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Last updated: 9th Dec 2015
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  • Ferrari 250 GTO

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    Chassis 3387 was the 2nd 250 GTO made The 1st 250 GTO to compete in a race One of a handful of works cars used by Scuderia Ferrari for testing Fabulous successful race history having competed in 27 races in period with 17 class podiums Well documented history This car was completed on March the 16th of 1962 whereupon it immediately started testing duties at Monza for Scuderia Ferrari to assist the development of the 250 GTO model. Later that month the car was delivered to Luigi Chinetti Motors where as a NART entry it gained the distinction of becoming the first 250 GTO to race. It was a successful debut finishing 2nd overall and 1st in class at the 1962 Sebring 12 hours driven by Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien. In June of that year the car was sold to Robert "Bob" Grossman of New York who promptly entered the car in the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hour race in which partnered with Fireball Roberts they finished 6th overall and 1st place in the experimental 3000cc class. Bob went to compete with success in 8 further races that year and after competing in the 1963 Sebring 12 hours sold the car to one of his co-drivers from the previous season - Mike Gammino. Gammino raced the car with consider

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  • 1962 Ferrari 250GTE

    $367,500(£300,357.75) $367,500(£300,357.75)

    1962 Ferrari 250GTE 2+2 Series II Chassis No. 3177 Engine No. 3177 Series II (the 29th of the 2nd Series) The 330th of a total of 954 units built This 1962 Ferrari 250GTE 2+2 Series II is an excellent original example with matching numbers. Black with black interior and accompanied buy it's original tool roll, chassis 3177 has an excellent body with excellent panel fit. Originally finished in Grigio Conchiglia (Silver) with Beige Connolly hides. It now wears new black leather on the front seats over red carpets. In the US since the 1960s, it has a well-documented ownership history and has also just completed a detailed service with copies of the service invoices on file. The car was repainted many years ago and while the overall presentation of the paint is very good, small areas of cracking can be noticed around the base of the front and rear windows. The exterior chrome is excellent throughout, with no pitting or corrosion. The engine compartment is nicely detailed with all correct equipment and the underside of the car is clean and rust free. Currently the car is ready to drive and enjoy. It starts easily and the engine sounds excellent and pulls strong with excellent oil pressu

    • Year: 1962
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  • 1962 Ferrari 250GTE Series II

    $565,000(£461,774.50) $565,000(£461,774.50)

    This 1962 Ferrari 250GTE Series II is an absolutely beautiful matching numbers example. Burgundy with cream leather. It runs and drives fantastic. The engine has just recently been completely rebuilt. It also includes it's Marcel Massini report. A collectors dream and an incredible investment for only $565,000

    • Year: 1962
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  • Ferrari 250 GT Boano

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    The 250 GT Boano has been delivered in Italy in 1956 to its first owner Piero Volpi living in Milano/Italy. It seems that he kept the car until 1965 when it was bought by an Austrian new owner from Vienna. The car still carries its Austrian so called "Einzelgenehmigung" which is the old Austrian logbook still valid today. By this the history of our Boano is perfectly documented having had only four owners in Austria and up from 1999 just one owner in Germany who has kept the Boano in his climate controlled garage as an important piece of his famous Ferrari collection. The Boano on offer represents with SN # 0505 GT the first 250 GT ever made at the works of Mario Boano. The "Number One" Boano carries some very interesting details compared to later cars. The roof line is lowered by another 2 cm, it is equipped with alloy inner fenders and has an earlier type of gearbox having been used for the Europa GT and early Tour de Frances. The last Austrian owner commisioned a nut and bolt restoration in the late nineties to the famous and well known shop of Egidio Brandoli near to Modena. The interior work has been carried out at the most famous company Fratelli Lupi which was the original F

    • Year: 1956
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  • Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Serie II

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    The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II has been sold by the factory to the Italian dealership Malago. It carried originally the very elegant colour combination as mouse grey metallic with a dark red interior. It was acquired by an American Ferrari enthusiast already in the seventies when it appeared in Pennsylvania and later in Ohio. It was offered in the seventies obviuosly repainted into black with a new black interior. In the late eighties it was part of Bill Kontes "The checkered Flag collection" in New Jersey who kept it obviously for more than ten years. In this time the odometer has shown an overall mileage of 73 872 km's. It left the US in 1999 bought by a Netherland based Ferrari enthusiast. In its new home the 250 GT Cabriolet was frequently used for rallyeing and participating at Ferrari club events until we purchased it in 2005. The odometer was showing a mileage of near to 80 000 km which we believe might be the original overall mileage of the car. Since then we carried out a major cosmetic restoration changing the outside colour into Argento metalizzato with a dark red interior. The engine compartment had been detailed in our workshop and lots of necessary work was ca

    • Year: 1961
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  • 1963 Ferrari 250 GT/Lusso

    $7,500(£6,129.75) $7,500(£6,129.75)

    1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso s/n 4635GT, engine no. 4635GT Grigio Argento Italver with Red Interior The last and best of the Ferrari 250 road cars, the 250 Lusso is also widely agreed to be among the most beautiful classic Ferraris. While its predecessor, the 250 PF, was restrained and elegant, the Lusso was dynamic and stunning. It was appreciably lower and wider, and the Kamm tail treatment at the rear modernized the aesthetic of the car considerably. Slotted between the larger and more luxurious 250 GTE 2+2 and the competition-oriented SWB, the Lusso split the difference, providing an athletic GT car with arresting visual presence with comparatively civilized cockpit and driving experience. Under the Pininfarina coachwork was Ferrari’s venerable and by this time fully developed 3.0 liter outside plug Colombo V12 engine, giving the Lusso the classic Ferrari ingredients. Disc brakes were fitted while aluminum deck lids and doors reduced weight somewhat. The interior was trimmed to high standards and featured a unique centrally mounted tachometer and speedometer, which are among the cars signature design elements. Production was relatively brief, from January of 1963 to August of 1964

    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 3433 mi
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  • 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Recreation by Tempero

    $385,000(£314,660.50) $385,000(£314,660.50)

    1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Recreation by Tempero s/n 6301, Engine no. 6301 Red with Black Interior Today, the original pontoon fendered Ferrari 250 Testa Rossas are among the world’s most historically significant and valuable cars. They are instantly recognizable as Ferrari’s signature sports racing car of the late 1950s and were exceptionally successful in international motor racing right from their introduction in 1957. Ferrari was victorious with the Testa Rossa at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1958, 1959, and 1961. In total, just 21 pontoon fendered 250 TRs were produced- 19 of which were supplied to Ferrari’s customers and two were retained for racing by the factory. Today, the majority of the original 250 TRs have long since been acquired by sophisticated collectors and are financially out-of-reach for the general public, and even most collecotrs. It is no wonder that high quality reconfigurations, carrying Ferrari serial numbers and using alloy bodies, have garnered the interest of Ferrari enthusiasts who seek the experience of owning and driving one of the world’s most important automobiles without the astronomical price tag or tremendous responsibility of one of the origina

    • Year: 1957
    • Mileage: 61000 mi
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  • 1960 FERRARI 250 GT PF SERIES II CABRIOLET

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    --Azzurro Chiaro with Tan leather interior, Tan carpeting and Black convertible top, Recently restored in its original color Azzuro Chiaro, The 46th of just 202 examples constructed, Original factory fitted hardtop, Documented and well known history, Documented by Massini, Seven time veteran of the Colorado Grand. The chassis of this car was delivered on May 4, 1960 at the Carrozzeria Pininfarina plant in Torino and was completed on June 8, 1960. The car was painted in Azzurro Chiaro coachwork with Blue vinyl and leather interior and was supplied with a factory hardtop. The 46th of 200 250 GT PF Series 11 Cabriolets constructed, in July 1960 it was sold to its first owner R.A.S.I.O.M, a chemical company domiciled in Milan, Italy. Subsequently sold to Mr. Stot, believed to be the president of R.A.S.I.O.M, who kept the car until 1965, at which point it was exported to the USA and under the new ownership of Mr. Arnold Crane, Chicago. Mr. Crane kept the 250 GT until 1967 at which point he sold to Luigi Chinetti Motors, Greenwich CT. The next owner was a Mr. Terry Herndon of Carlisle, MA, who is understood to have later sold the car to Mr. John Greenup of Worcester, MA, who kept the car

    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 2016 mi
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  • Ferrari 250 GT SWB

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    The iconic Ferrari 250 GT SWB, is a true work of automotive art and deserves its place a major part the motorcar hall of fame. The "SWB" or "Passo Corto" was the result of a collaboration between the two great "Carrozzeria" who up until this point had shared claim to Ferraris greatest constructions, in the case of the "Passo Corto" it was to be designed by Pinifarina and constructed by Scaglietti – the result was stunning bodywork regarded as many as simply the ultimate example of "Form Follows Function". Unlike the 250 GT Lusso the "SWB" was very much intended for racing and 45% of the cars were thus bodied in lighter aluminium, the remainder in steel. As a result this model is regarded as the Epitome of the gentlemen driver's racing scene – a car which could be driven to the circuit raced extremely competitively and then driven home. Whilst it would be remiss to talk of the "SWB" and not mention the huge success that this celebrated model had in the greatest International Sports Races of its day, it must also be noted that several other cars never set so much as a tread of tyre onto a Motor circuit. Only 167 cars were manufactured between the years of 1959 and 1962; they all feat

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  • Ferrari 250 Lusso

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    The 250 GT Lusso is widely regarded as one of the most elegant and timeless designs by Pininfarina in their history. Introduced in 1962 the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso was Ferrari's latest intermediate model, a vehicle to bridge the gap between competition racers and luxuriously appointed 2+2 Coupe's. Just 351 examples were built between 1963 and late 64. This late LHD example, no. 329 of 350 units built was supplied new to German importer Auto Becker in June 1964, specced in Blue Notte over a Nero Hide. The car was sold to its first private owner located in Cologne, Germany shortly after in 1964. The car was initially registered on Italian tourist plates, it wasn't until 1966 that the car was officially 'imported' and registered on regular German license plates. During this ownership the car was serviced and maintained by the Ferrari Factory Assistenza Clienti in Modena, Italy with documents supporting this until 1971. Sometime later the car was exported to France, where it was recorded in 1987 to be owned by a Mr Lafuge located in Paris. In the early period of the 1990's the car was restored, changing colour to a dark metallic grey as documented by pictures in the accompanying histor

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  • Ferrari 250

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    Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Coupé: Series 2: Coachwork by Pininfarina (1962) Left Hand Drive: USA Supplied & Title: Correct Matching Numbers: EU Taxes Paid 100 Point “Body off” Restoration The launch of the Ferrari 250 GTE was the collaboration between Pinin Farina and Enzo Ferrari to produce the most desirable Gran Turisimo with comfort, space and large luggage capacity. Not a widely known fact that two-seat models “were not my father’s favorite to drive,” said Piero Ferrari. “He loved the 2+2 … this was his personal car; my father was normally driving himself, but he always had a driver with him, and a little dog. So for him, a two-seat car wasn’t enough.” Our car #4043GT was supplied new in 1962 to Luigi Chinetti Motors. The car was commissioned to be built in Rosso Bordeaux ((20200) as the car is presented today. We understand the car had spent all its life in the USA until its return to the EU in 2015. On our acquisition we commenced a complete restoration of the Ferrari which consisted of works to the body, chassis, interior & all mechanical components. In excess of 2000 hours was spent in the preparation of this magnificent vehicle. We now offer for sale this rare and highly desirable Series 2 GTE in genuinely concours condition. These Colombo engined 250 series Ferraris are rightly regarded as the very best of all the classic sixties models, indeed the mechanical specification of the 250GTE can be closely compared with the incomparable 250 SWB & GTO, exquisite competition motorcars worth many millions today. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a beautifully prepared, correct matching numbers example, finished in its original factory colour that is ready to be enjoyed & used today!

    • Year: 1962
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  • Ferrari 250 GT Lusso LHD

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    Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 This Ferrari Lusso is one of 328 built in left hand drive and was delivered in 1963. Following its long-term ownership in the United States it was acquired by JD Classics in 2014 and has benefitted from a full JD restoration including bare metal re-spray, full re-trim, re-chrome and complete JD overhaul of its engine, gearbox, back axle, suspension etc etc. Since that time it has been used very sparingly and is therefore offered in immaculate condition being presented in its rare factory colour scheme of Grigio Notte with Rosso interior. Featuring full matching numbers and with Ferrari Classiche granted, it provides a wonderful opportunity to acquire one of the best examples of one of the most beautiful cars ever built. Please contact us for further details, price on application. Designed to replace the 250 Pininfarina GT Coupé and fill a gap between the sportier 250 GT “SWB” and the four-seater 2+2 GTE, the prototype of the 250 GT/L Berlinetta or “Lusso” had its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October of 1962. It would be the last of the 250 GT cars but the line ended on a high note with the instantaneous success of the Lusso, thanks in

    • Year: 1963
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  • Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

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    We are pleased to bring into stock this stunning original colour combination, Ferrari Classiche certified 250 GT Lusso in right-hand drive. The 250 GT Lusso is widely regarded as one of the most elegant and timeless designs by Pininfarina of all time. Introduced in 1962 the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso was Ferrari's latest intermediate model, a vehicle to bridge the gap between competition racers and luxuriously appointed 2+2 Coupe's. 351 examples were built between 1963 and late 64. This particular Right Hand Drive example is one of just 22 cars originally supplied by Maranello Concessionaires and was first delivered in April 1964. The car was collected from the factory and driven back by the first owner. It has remained in the UK ever since and remarkably it is believed the car has only had four private owners from new. With its well-known registration "99 JBU" the car was for many years in the long term ownership of Mr Alexander Fyshe, who showed the car at numerous events during his 30 year ownership. The car was restored in the 90's over a long period by Maranello, it had little use and remained in concours condition for the rest of Fyshe's ownership until 2008 when it was sold to

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  • 1963 Ferrari 250GTL Lusso

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    Details: This is a 1963 Ferrari GTL Lusso. One of 350 cars built ( this car is # 120), this is an excellent example of a truly sought after and rare car. This older restoration is extraordinarily well preserved, paint and chrome still show very well, interior shows some Patina but is also excellent. Car comes with a Massini report . Recent service by a Marque expert. For more details call 631-283-8819. Stock: 5089 Color: Red Interior color: Black VIN: 5089 Transmission: Manual Body style: Coupe Year: 1963 Engine: 12 Cylinder Km : 3735

    • Year: 1963
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  • 1961 FERRARI 250 GTE 2+2

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    1961 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series 1 - Chassis 2769GT  2769 GT was sold new in France. The car has 67595 Kms from new and retains its original leather and carpets. The car is in perfect mechanical condition. One of the 302 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series 1 made. French registration Â

    • Mileage: 67595 mi
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  • Ferrari 250 GT Pininfarina Coupe

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    The 250 GT Pininfarina Coupe Series II has been completely restored in the nineties. It might be very difficult to find a near to perfect Pininfarina Coupe in similar condition.There are very few owners around which commisioned a complete restoration on a Pininfarina Coupe. Over the years these very elegant cars never have been appreciated so much that it seemed to be a financial risk to go through a complete restoration. But in this case the owner decided to spend a restoration regardless of costs because he wanted to add this 250 GT Pininfarina Coupe to his famous and wonderful collection. The car is in near to new condition never really been driven after the restoration. It is a great chance to buy a car which will be quite difficult to find in its marvellous condition. It is the later type car of its kind which is being equipped already with the disc brake system. Price: on request Note: For correct viewing please enable JavaScript.

    • Year: 1960
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  • 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta Recreation

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    The 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta Recreation being offered is one of the finest of the GTO replicas built, and is based on one of Ferrari’s original road cars of the period, the 250 GTE 2+2. Considered by enthusiasts as the best possible basis for a 250 GTO reproduction, GTEs were built along three series from 1959 to 1963, with a chassis that is similar in its layout and dimensions to that of the original 250 GTO. 3781 GT was built in France during 1988-1989 using original 250 GTE chassis 3781 GT, which was sold new in France and once owned by Jacques Entremont, who commissioned its conversion to a faithfully executed 250 GTO recreation. Alain Garnier, who was one of the first builders of 250 GTO replicas, accomplished the bulk of the work. Its stunningly recreated GTO bodywork features hand-beaten aluminum alloy panels, while its chassis dimensions, brakes, steering and suspension components are of the same specification as those of the 250 GTO. Finishing work was completed by Philippe Billot in Cannes, France, including the glass and Plexiglas side and rear windows for the car. A set of iconic Borrani wire-spoke wheels and Dunlop racing tires round out the exterior package. Ch

    • Year: 1963
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