1961 Ferrari 250 GTE

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Making its debut at the 1960 Paris Auto Show, the 250 GTE model became Ferrari’s first-ever production 2+2. The classic Italian ride is an elegant example in a rare clean white paint job that’s perfect for any true automotive enthusiast.

This beautiful vehicle went through a complete nut and bolt restoration in 2005 when it was owned by a Belgian Ferrari racer and collector. In over two years, the 250 GTE was completely dissected and rebuilt to exceptional standards with a comprehensive photographic timeline of the entire process. With no damage in its lifetime and a corrosion-free body, this Ferrari is stunning from every angle. From the chrome work to the upholstery, this example of the 250 GTE is flawless, earning a Ferrari Classiche certification in 2009. Reach out to seller Art & Revs for a price so you can get behind the wheel and experience this impeccable machine.

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