Buying or Selling a 1959 Ferrari 250 GT?
In 1954 Ferrari introduced the first model of one of the most popular series produced under the logo of the prancing horse. The car was presented at the Paris Motor Show and immediately became a favorite of the motoring press. The successors of the Ferrari 250 GT are models from the series 275 and 330, with an increased displacement. Design was the work of Pininfarina, a long-time contributor to the shape of Ferrari models. The 3 liter V12 engine proved to be very good in both road driving and racing. The Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB (Short Wheelbase Berlinetta) was introduced in 1959, using a short wheelbase for better handling, and turned out to be one of the most famous and best GT racing cars of that era. The engine was providing power from 237 to 276 hp depending on whether it was a road or racing car. The combination of low weight, high power, and well-sorted suspension seemed to be Ferrari’s recipe for excellent results in the races.
1959 Ferrari 250 GT Seller’s Guide
Before advertising your 1959 Ferrari 250 GT for sale, make sure that you are well prepared by collecting all the documentation available on the classic for easy viewing. Potential buyers will appreciate a clear presentation along with professional pictures. The importance of pictures is crucial as it might be the first impression prospects will have of your classic and will often define their interest. This is only some of the advice that the Alex Manos team gladly shares with customers and friends. Don’t hesitate to call the friendly staff for more. On top of their expertise in classics and the selling process, they regularly add new examples of classic cars for their collection – of all makes, models and conditions. Should your 1959 Ferrari 250 GT fit their collection, they will be happy to make you a top dollar offer on the spot.
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Consult with the Alex Manos team before selling your 1959 Ferrari 250 GT. They will evaluate your example and tell you exactly how much it’s worth by today’s standards. The experts always enjoy speaking with classic car owners about their models. Call now for an easy and trouble-free experience. They look forward to hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and lasting business. Connect today!