Silvio Gmaberini of Bologna took delivery of chassis #1977 in 1960, the car was painted Grigio Fumo with a Nero interior, wooden steering wheel and passenger headrest, (exactly how the car is presented today) and was equipped with disc brakes, the outside plug engine with two distributors and a four speed gearbox with overdrive. The car retains all of these components and as a result qualified for Classiche Certification in 2014.
Gamberini sold the car to Dr George Kneller who was in Europe on military service at the time, who then shipped the PF back to the USA. In 1973 the car was then sold by Kneller to another Doctor named John Bukovnik with an odometer reading of 24,000 miles. Over the next 30 years in Bukovnik’s ownership the car was kept in storage up until he sadly passed away, leading to the car being sold which had covered just 170 miles since he had purchased it. Greg Brendel of Dallas, Texas took ownership of #1977 in 2002 and some significant mechanical work was then carried out but the cars cosmetic appearance remained original and well preserved. As a result, this led the car to receive a Silver Class Award at the 2006 Cavalliano Classic in Palm Beach, FL. Having 5 Ferrari’s at the time, Brendel was a prominent collector.
The car was then purchased by a good friend of Bendel in 2012 who owned several special Ferrari’s including a Lusso, F40 and 330 GTC etc. The gentleman then imported the car to the UK.
The PF’s current owner purchased the car in 2013 when the previous keeper decided he wanted a 275 GTB in 2013. The car was inspected by Tony Willis, following which it qualified for Ferrari Classiche Certification.
The car is presented today in its factory, unmolested specification and holds the perfect balance between condition and originality. Complete with an extensive history folder, Ferrari Classiche and its original keys, this beautiful example drives wonderfully but still possesses its originality.
Extremely Rare: Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe
This 1959 Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe has just 39k miles from new and is one of just 353 ever produced. This particular matching numbers example might be one of the most original PF Coupes in existence. White with it's original black leather interior that's never .....
This may be the most accurate, reliable GTO Tribute in existance
-Basic conversion was factory done by Alpha Design
-Built on a rock solid 1978 Datsun 280Z
-Excellent fit and finish
-A very comfortable daily driver
-HSR approved for Vintage racing
-Engine produces a reliable/streetable .....
1962 Ferrari 250GTE: Matching Numbers
This 1962 Ferrari 250GTE is an excellent matching numbers European delivery example and a very presentable driver. Burgundy with tan interior. Chassis 3045 was originally delivered new in Italy. It runs and drives very nicely. The paint is usable as-s but does .....
Long Lost 1963 Ferrari 250GTE Series III Discovered After 40 Years
This incredibly exciting 1963 Ferrari 250GTE Series III dropped off the face of the earth in 1963 and hasn't resurfaced until now. This long lost GTE is matching numbers and was born in extremely desirable Blu Chiaro. It's a black .....
In 1962 shipped from Italy to the USA to the first owner and registration.
Most parts of the history and owners are known, long parts of it`s history this 250 GTE spent in California.
Sold to germany in march 1991.
The car comes with Ferrari member card, FIVA- and Deuvet- documents, as well .....
1963 Ferrari 250 GTE Series III
- Highly original condition
- Two owners since new
- Unique colors
- Matching numbers
In 1963 this desirable final series of the Ferrari 250 GTE was delivered through the hands of Swiss Ferrari dealer J.H. Keller in Zürich. Tastefully ordered in Nocciola over .....
Classic Alfa Romeo 750/101, Classic Ferrari, Classic Lancia Door Handles Kit (with keys) Chromed - BRAND NEW
Brand new set of door handles, chromed and supplied with a set of keys. Manufactured perfectly and with originality as a goal. These door handles were shared amongst many car manufacturers .....
This Boano 250 GT, one of only about 12 examples clothed in aluminium and therefore highly sought after, was built in 1956, delivered in 1957 to Luigi Chinetti in the USA and initially registered in New York. In 1997 the Ferrari was imported into Switzerland. After a further two ownership changes the .....
Ferrari 250 GTE body like you see on the pics.
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