s/n 0881 GT, Engine no. 0881 GT (internal no. 150C) Rosso Corsa with Black Stripe and Brown Interior.
Known for their exceptional racing performance, formidable engineering, and beautiful design, by the mid 1950s the Ferrari 250 GT placed Ferrari into the highest echelon of Gran Turismo racing. These remarkable cars would ultimately become the epitome of performance excellence in both historic and collector contexts, eventually cementing the 250 GT Ferrari as the ultimate performance icon more than half a century later. The predecessor to the 250 GT SWB and the quintessential 250 GTO, the 250 GT Berlinetta “Tour de France” Ferrari remains among the most desirable and collectable models available today, in part because these cars delivered repeated victories in many of the most grueling period races, continuing to do so in contemporary vintage events around the world. Rare competition examples with decorated provenance, detailed documentation, and exciting historic contexts continue to be the most sought after not only for their excellent performance qualities and stunning Scaglietti coachwork, but also for their mechanical artistry and iconic historic presence during an unprecedented period of motorsports racing.
Highly Desirable Covered Headlight 3-Louver Example Retaining its Original Matching Numbers Engine. Ferrari Shell Historic Challenge Veteran, Shown at Cavallino. Fit to Race or Rally at Premier Events Worldwide
with Black Stripe
1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A 1500 Speedster s/n 80913 engine number P-34242 White with Red interior. The Porsche Speedster is a legend among automobiles.
1963 Jaguar Mk. II s/n 179394DN, Engine no. KJ1029-8 Opalescent Gunmetal with Beige Leather. Multi-time 99+ point, matching numbers, concours car.
1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider s/n AR1495F04054, engine no. AR00536 *15180* Red with Black Interior. Beautiful looking car that runs and drives like new.