Recently we came across this beautiful Ferrari 250 GT Pininfarina Coupé 1959 at The Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear your comments on our videos. Feel free to leave one!

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Desiring to enter series production in order to stabilize the company's finances, Enzo Ferrari asked Pininfarina to design a simple and classic 250 GT coupe. After 250 GT Boano/Ellena, Pininfarina Grugliasco plant was expanded and the production of a new coupe could be moved back. The resulting car was introduced at Milan in 1958, and 335 nearly identical examples were built by 1960. Buyers included Prince Bertil of Sweden. The GT Coupe eschewed the fender vents for simple and clean lines and a notchback look with a panoramic rear window. The oval grille was replaced by a more traditional long narrow look with protruding headlights. Telescopic shock absorbers were also fitted instead of the Houdailles found on previous 250s, and disc brakes were added in 1960. The final 250 GT Coupe had a Superfast tail and was shown at the 1961 London Motor Show.

Comments

    • Blas Ceresa
      Blas Ceresa

      Please guys. You have to make a review of the Argentinian IKA Torino 1966. A car with Pininfarina lines and 3 Weber like this Ferrari

      about 5 months ago
    • Matias Rodriguez
      Matias Rodriguez In reply to Blas Ceresa

      @SUPERCARCLASSICS come to Argentina, the land of the Pininfarina's Torino!

      about 4 months ago
    • SUPERCARCLASSICS
      SUPERCARCLASSICS In reply to Blas Ceresa

      If we see the car, we will!

      about 4 months ago
    • Fraoui Madjid
      Fraoui Madjid

      it looks like 404 peugeot

      about 1 year ago
    • Dwayne Perry
      Dwayne Perry

      Such a beautiful sound and so classy in silver! Thanks for the upload.

      about 6 years ago