Buying or Selling a 1956 Ferrari 250 GT?
The first model of the popular Ferrari series 250 was introduced in 1954 at the Paris Motor Show. The design of the Ferrari 250 GT can be recognized on all models of the 250 series, especially by its long and low nose, and dual fog lamps, which were placed on the new grille. Another noticeable design cue is the large prancing horse logo placed on the grille and the vertically mounted taillights. The long nose, short rear deck and gently sloping roof made the Ferrari 250 GT special and noticeably different from other designs signed by Pininfarina. The 1956 Ferrari 250 GT was powered by a V12 Colombo 3 liter short-block engine with an output of 220 hp. In the same year, Ferrari launched a sports version of the 250 GT, called the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta. This sports version kept the same look as the road car, but of course, boasted a more powerful engine with an output of 237 hp. In total, Ferrari produced 1,317 units of 250 GT series road cars and 231 units of competition cars.
1956 Ferrari 250 GT Seller’s Guide
If you’re reading this section, chances are you’re the owner of a 1956 Ferrari 250 GT and already know a lot about your car. The 250 series being so famous for its beautiful design and multiple successes in the racing field, many collectors are interested in acquiring an example. Selling a classic car can be a real hassle for many reasons. Alex Manos and his team understand and share your passion for beautiful automobiles such as a 1956 Ferrari 250 GT. Letting your example go might not be an easy decision and their team can provide you with a hassle-free experience to ease the selling process. The experts are available whether you’re interested in getting a quote for the car’s current value or simply want to discuss current demand for classic Ferrari models.
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Feel free to browse the Alex Manos website for more information on the services provided. The team will make a top dollar offer on the spot for your 1956 Ferrari 250 GT should it fit their collection. All offers are payable and cash and the team is able to take care of transportation anywhere in the U.S., for more convenience. Connect with their team today to learn more. They look forward to hearing from you soon and to learning more about your classic Ferrari.