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Built from 1953 to 1964, the Ferrari 250 is an iconic sports car and Ferrari’s most popular early line. The Ferrari 250 series included numerous variants from the Ferrari 250 Monza introduced in 1953 to the Ferrari 250 Le Mans model. Two different wheelbases were used on the Ferrari 250 models, a short 94.5-in wheelbase (SWB) and a longer 102.4-in wheelbase (LWB). Road models were fitted with a 3-Liter Colombo Tipo 125 V12 engine. This unit was appreciated for its light weight and impressive performance. The engine of the Ferrari 250 weighed hundreds of pounds less than its main competitors, such as the Jaguar XK straight-6. With an output of 296 hp for the later Ferrari 250 GTO and Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa models, the Ferrari 250 was among the most powerful and enjoyable sports car of its era. The Ferrari 250 was especially popular in its racing use. The Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa won multiple times at Le Mans, Sebring and Buenos Aires. The Ferrari 250 P was the prototype racing car launched in 1963 and won the 12 hours of Sebring, the 24 hours of Le Mans and the 1000 km Nrburgring. Should you be interested in learning more about the Ferrari 250 model or any specific example, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to answer your questions.
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The initial Ferrari 250 was the experimental Ferrari 250 S berlinetta prototype which came out in 1952. Since then, many improvements were made and multiple versions were released, all very unique. When looking for a classic Ferrari, it is recommended to be extremely selective on the features and condition of the example you’re thinking about purchasing. Although the perfect Ferrari 250 might be hard to come by, you can ask for the help of an expert to help you track down the best example within your budget. Once you’ve found the Ferrari 250 you want, the expert can guide you through a stress free buying process by carrying out a pre-purchase inspection and looking at the documentation such as the Certificate of Authenticity and service history. Another piece of advice that The Beverly Hills Car Club can share with you is to make sure any upgrade made on the vehicle was properly done, ideally by a factory authorized entity.
If you are in the market for a special example of a Ferrari 250 or simply looking for extra information on classic Ferraris, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be pleased to assist you. They’re looking forward to hearing from you soon and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and lasting business. Connect today!
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