The Ferrari 250 GT Boano has been delivered to the US in 1957 where it has had four known owners until it was sold into a major German Ferrari collection in the beginning of the nineties. From 1989 until 1991 it benfitted from a complete nut and bolt restoration leading to a Blue Ribbon and Platinum Award at the most selective Ferrari Oweners Club Concours at Meadow Brook/USA. In this time it was offered for sale with only 46 000 mls on the speedo. While it has been part of the German private Ferrari collection it joined as well a couple of Concours d'Elegance with a 1st OA at the Italia at Zandvoort/Netherlands and the FOC UK Concours Silverstone/England with a 1st place for the oversea cars. In the nineties it has been serviced and detailed at the famous workshop of the Ferrari specialist of Terry Hoyle in England. After a couple of years in Germany we had the pleasure to sell it into a small but very sophisticated Ferrari collection in the Netherlands in 2001. The Boano has been used frequently by its new owner while it shared its nice home beside a 250 GT/L Lusso and a 250 GT Pininfarina Cabriolet and as well an early 195 Ghia. It might be very interesting for the concerned ent
left-hand-drive ferrari 250 gt boano black alloy-wheels restored v12 1957 italian fast rwd supercar petrol 2wd
Mario Bernardi, Klassische Automobile GmbH, Welfenstr. 1
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