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Ferrari 250gt
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  • 1959 Ferrari 250GT Series I Pinin Farina Coupe


    1959 Ferrari 250 GT Series I Pinin Farina Coupe s/n 1147GT, Engine no. 1147 (internal no. 0218D) Grigio Scuro with Black Interior Introduced in 1958, the 250GT Pininfarina Coupe represented Ferrari’s shift toward standardized production road cars, both to showcase the technology tested in racing, and to provide consistent income to support racing. The cars were elegant, understated, and luxurious, and were available as both open and closed variants. Fitted with the venerable 3-litre V-12, the 250 GT is in many ways the quintessential classic Ferrari, and with generous space for both passengers and luggage, PFs have always been excellent touring cars. This particular car’s history is well known, thanks to a comprehensive summary by Ferrari historian Marcel Massini: October 24, 1958: Chassis frame sent to Carrozzeria Pinin Farina in Torino February 12, 1959: Rear axle assembly completed by mechanic Walter Sghedoni, supervised by foreman Amos Franchini February 14, 1959: Gearbox assembly completed by mechanic Beltrami, supervised by foreman Amos Franchini February 14, 1959: Engine assembly completed by mechanics Zanasi and Fossati, supervised by foreman Amos Franchini February 16, 195

    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 37957 mi
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  • 1959 Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe

    $725,000(£577,027.50) $725,000(£577,027.50)

    Extremely Rare: Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe This 1959 Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe has just 39k miles from new and is one of just 353 ever produced. This particular matching numbers example might be one of the most original PF Coupes in existence. White with it's original black leather interior that's never been touched. The paint is now checking and showing it's age. Accompanied by it's factory tool roll and owners manual. Documented by Marcel Massini. The car was acquired from an 85 year old gentleman who bought it in 1965, garaged it, and pampered it for nearly 50 years. Here's your chance to own this extremely rare and un-restored gem. Chassis No: 1315 Engine No: 1315 Price $725,000

    • Year: 1959
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