It’s no secret that Ferrari creates some truly gorgeous cars. Each Ferrari is carefully crafted by the inch, which is why their designs are typically stunning. But while the newer Ferraris are getting sleeker and edgier, the older Ferarris all had a simplistic and basic design that still goes unmatched today.
The 1964 Ferrarri 250 GT/L Berlinetta “Lusso” by Scaglietti is one of the most notable designs of the Ferarri of yesteryear. It’s one of the most beautiful rides on the planet. This gray Ferrari 250 features a 240 horsepower V12 engine that was just entirely rebuilt with triple Weber carburetors, a four-speed manual transmission and an independent front suspension. This incredible car will be up for auction in September via RM Sothebys in London. [Purchase]