1959.. Ferrari 250 PF Coupe Series 1
When Ferrari introduced the 250 GT Coupe at the 1958 Paris Motor Show, the marque signaled its first, and most decisive, step toward true series production. On this new series coupe, Pininfarina coachwork replaced the Boano- and Ellena-built cars of years previous. Most importantly, the 250 GT delivered exactly what the market desired and cemented Ferrari’s managerial fortitude to continue volume production: With 353 produced between 1958 and 1960, the 250 GT was the marque’s best-selling product.
A gentleman’s Ferrari in every sense, the 250 GT coupe is the definitive Italian grand tourer of the late fifties. More at home cruising the coastline of the South of France than rocketing down the Mulsanne Straight, these cars were built for the individual that respected Ferrari’s racing pedigree yet wanted something more civilized and comfortable than its racing offerings.
Bell Sport & Classic are extremely privileged to offer this this very late 250 PF Coupe Series 1, the 6th last of the run of these achingly beautiful cars. Currently presented in Blu Nart, with Beige Connelly hide throughout. This particular example displays many of the original features, such as Lucas Electronics, specially ordered for a UK Market vehicle, along with a 6 blade cooling fan more commonly found in the racing variants. Our car was also ordered with the optional front bonnet scoop, again very rare on this model.
Beautifully presented & supported by a well detailed history file, this elegant V12 powered Ferrari is offered at a very competitive price point today.
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- •Leather Upholstery
- •Older Restoration