Ex Chris Evans Ferrari 250 Lusso - part of the "White Collection" featured in the BBC Child in Need Magnificent 7 tour to Chewton Glen. Well known car with impeccable provenance - subject to a £135,000 restoration. Video below from the Children in Need Charity run - and also a link to this car being used on a family outing: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1268676/Chris-Evans-treats-family-day-open-road-multi-million-pound-sports-cars.html Inside this 1964 Ferrari 250 Lusso following 1971 Ferrari Dino - YouTube
Roberto Rossellini and his actress wife Ingrid Bergman were among Ferrari's best customers in the 1950's buying his "n" hers 375mms in 1954. This Ferrari 250 GT Competition Berlinetta Sport Speciale chassis 0403 received special coachwork by Pinin Farina originally believed to be intended for Bergman and painted in her personal Grigio Ingrid, though she never took delivery. Its first owner was a resident of nearby Modena, but in the 1960s the car crossed the ocean for a lengthy stay in North America. The car was raced in competition a number of times including Laguna Seca in 1977. The car returned to Europe and in was entered in the 2005 Villa d'Este concours d'elegance where it was awarded best in class. On seeing the car at Pebble Beach in recent times, Sergio Pininfarina commented that it was one of his favourite designs; the rear window line terminating in twin rear fins being particularly modern and elegant. The car was entered in the Cartier Style et Luxe at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed - where it was awarded Coup de Grace for "Sublime Grand Tourer of the 1950's" In November 2016 the car was awarded the best "Gulf Classic" at the inaugural Gulf Concours in Dubai to add
Chassis no. 2209 GT Engine no. 2209 GT Gearbox no. 54/539 290 bhp, 2,953 cc, SOHC V-12 engine, three Weber 40 DCE/6 carburetors, four-speed synchromesh gearbox, independent front suspension with parallel A-arms, coil springs and tubular “Koni” shock absorbers and anti-sway bar, rear solid axle, trailing arms, leaf springs and tubular shocks, limited-slip differential, aluminum body paneling as per original. Wheelbase: 94.5" - A rare early alloy-bodied SWB 250 GT - Jo Schlesser and André Simon finished third overall in its first race – the 1000 kms of Montlhéry on October 23, 1960 - Total and correct restoration to its original configuration by the Ferrari Maranello Factory in the period May 2007 – May 2008 - Issued a “Certificato Di Authenticia” by Ferrari/Classiche; “Red Book,” compact disc detailing the restoration and a Classiche metal badge FERRARI’S SHORT WHEELBASE BERLINETTA – 1960-1962 After much competition success with their long wheelbase Berlinettas in the Grand Touring category from 1956 to 1959, Ferrari engineers Bizzarini, Chiti and Forghieri designed the replacement, the SWB Berlinetta, with the prototype chassis, no. 1539 GT, being introduced at the Paris Auto Salon
Comments and history courtesy of Ferrari historian - Marcel Massini: Ferrari 166 Inter Stabilimenti Farina chassis #021 S is one of the oldest Ferraris in existence. It actually is the 11th road car built by Ferrari (they used just odd chassis numbers, starting with 001, then 003, then 005, etc.). You must know that in 1947 the factory produced just 3 cars, in 1948 they built 5 units and in 1949 they built 21 cars. Not more than that! That adds up to a total of just 29 Ferraris manufactured in the first three years. Consequently 021 S is a super rare automobile and with the even more exclusive bodywork by Stabilimenti Farina can be considered a true gem! Ferrari 166 Inter Coupé Stabilimenti Farina 1949, Chassis# 021 S Original exterior color: n/a Original interior color: n/a Chassis type 166 Engine type 166 The 4th of only 10 Ferraris bodied by Stabilimenti Farina July 1949 Delivered by the factory to first owner A.I.C.A.R. S.r.l. (Agenzia Internazionale Commercio e Ricambi) domiciled in Milan, Italy (International Agency for Automobile and Spare Parts Trading), a company which was later renamed into WI.PU.CO. S.r.l. July 27, 1949 Sold new to the first owner B. Bojiolo, resident in
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
Rosso Corsa with Nero Leather Interior, Nero Dashboard, Nero Carpets, Air Conditioning, Stereo System, Full Ferrari Classiche Certified. Supplied New in France to well known french collector Jean— Jacques "Jacky" Setton, One UK Owner since August 2008 - when we supplied the car to the last owner. The car is featured in the book - "The Setton collection of Automobiles"