Chassis number: 1977GT The 250 GT PF represents a remarkable balance of style, speed and usability. Introduced in 1958, this model was an important landmark in the Ferrari production car story, as it marked the point where Pininfarina became, with only one subsequent exception, the sole designer of Ferrari series production cars to date. Enzo Ferrari asked Pininfarina to design a simple and classic 250 GT coupe, and the engine/chassis combination would, with upgrading and modification, form the backbone of Ferrari production car output in the form of the various 250 GT models for a decade. Based on the chassis of the preceding model, it was powered by the iconic Columbo-designed Tipo 125 2935 cc V12. Noted for its short-block dimensions, light weight and impressive output, the engine is famous for its free revving and smooth nature. In this model, it produced 237 bhp at 6200 RPM, accompanied by a glorious howl from the four "ANSA" style sports exhaust pipes. The resulting car was introduced in Milan in 1958, and 335 nearly identical examples were built by 1960. The 250 GT rode smoothly on independent front suspension and telescopic shock absorbers, front and rear. It had a four- sp
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