The 1957 Ferrari 250 GT was a two-seater spider that Pininfarina unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show that same year. This was one year after Boano proposed a similar car at the show. The 1957 Ferrari 250 GT stole the show with its classic linear elements and appealed to a more distinguished client base. After producing the first forty cars, a second version was designed and produced to build up the series. Wanting to stand out from the sporty 250 GT Spider California, the Cabriolet’s design was more subdued. Its trunk room was expanded and the car was made to be cozier in its interior. Production of the model continued until 1962, with 200 cars being produced in all. The 1957 Ferrari 250 GT features covered headlights protruding from the wings, with some later models having open headlights. Extending over and through the car’s door was the front wing, which ended with mounting taillights in the shape of a triangle at the top edge.
The 1957 Ferrari 250 GT was popular thanks to its excellent performance both in racing cars and street models. If you’re considering acquiring a 1957 Ferrari 250 GT for your personal collection, it is always recommended to get the best model within your budget. That is something The Beverly Hills Car Club team can help you with. The specialists have an unmatched expertise when it comes to classic Ferraris and will give you great advice to ensure you make a smart purchase. For example, the team will share tips based on their extensive knowledge of the model, such as its tendency to be quite warm inside and not always waterproof. Many improvements have been made and if the example went through factory upgrades and was well maintained, then it shouldn’t carry rust on the wheelbase.
The Beverly Hills Car Club and its staff of classic Ferrari experts are looking forward to assisting you with your 1957 Ferrari 250 GT research and purchase. Give the team a call today to hear more about their services and inventory.
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