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Gaston Andrey Motorsports has been buying and selling the classic Ferrari 250 Lusso & Ferrari PF Cab Series I & Series II since there debut. Call today for our assistance

The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso was designed by the Turinese coachbuilder Pininfarina, and bodied by Scaglietti. The interior was more spacious than that of the 250 GT; the 250 GT Lusso remained a two-seat GT coupe. The car was manufactured for only eighteen months, from early 1963 to mid 1964, and was the last model of Ferrari 250 GT generation. Ferrari produced 330 Lusso’s. The body was steel. To lower the weight the hood, trunk and door were made of aluminum.


The elegant smooth dynamic lines of the Ferrari 250 Lusso and luxurious interior made this car a wonderful touring car. The Lusso is widely celebrated as one of the most exquisitely proportioned Pininfarina-designed Ferraris ever built. Under the aluminum bonnet was Ferrari’s 3.0-litre, Colombo-designed V-12, topped with three Weber carburetors. 

The four-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with A-arms, coil springs, and telescopic shocks, rear live axle with semi-elliptical springs, telescopic shocks, and Watts linkage, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. These elements made the Ferrari 250 Lusso a very drivable sportscar  


The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II was first shown at the 1959 Paris Motor show and offered a number of stylistic changes and mechanical updates over the first series cabriolet. These new cars featured open headlamps with a slightly more rounded nose and rear fenders with elongated tail lamp lenses. More interior space was added to improve passenger comfort, and the trunk was made slightly larger 

The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II was marketed as a true gentleman’s grand tourer, designed for high-speed driving in comfort. With the performance one would expect from Maranello’s finest, the cabriolet gave no concessions to luxury and was exquisitely trimmed. The Series II improved on its predecessor with running changes that included a switch to disc brakes and telescopic shock absorbers, twin distributors and redesigned cylinder heads with spark plugs relocated to the outside. Ferrari produced 201 250 GT Cabriolets between 1959 and 1962

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