Buying or Selling a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT?
The 1960 Ferrari 250 GT belongs to a long series of 250 Ferrari models that ruled the roads as well as the race tracks for many years. In 1960, there were several 250 GT Ferrari model designs produced. 1960 was actually the first year that the SWB California Spider (or Spyder) and the SWB Competizione (or Berlinetta Competizione) arrived on the market. It was also the first year for the SWB (Short Wheel Base), which also happened to be the final dual-purpose vehicle ever built by the Italian company, suitable for both racing and road driving. 1960 was the second year of the Pininfarina Cabriolet Series II, the third year of the Pininfarina Coupe, and the Coupe Speciale (or Cabriolet Speciale). These models featured coupe body styles except for the California Spider and the Cabriolet Series II models, which were both convertibles. Under the hood of these 1960 Ferrari 250 GT models, was a 3 liter Colombo V12 capable of 240 hp and boasting 3 Weber carburetors with an aluminum alloy engine block and heads and cast-iron cylinder liners.
1960 Ferrari 250 GT Seller’s Guide
The classic Ferrari 250 GT is one of the few supercars from the 1960s that managed to make an indelible mark in the automotive history. Not only does its gorgeous design make everyone’s head turn at least as much as it did during its era, but its seamless driving experience makes it an enjoyable classic to own even today. With so much to love, it is easy to understand the difficulty of letting go your classic. Also true car enthusiasts, the staff at the Alex Manos classic car dealership understands that and is always working to ensure that their clients have the most stress free and successful transactions. Their team is always interested in purchasing classics of all makes, models and conditions, and would be glad to hear more about your particular example.
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Classic car buyers can be highly knowledgeable and very selective, which can make selling your 1960 Ferrari 250 GT quite stressful. Take the hassle out of the process, and make it quick and easy by contacting the specialists at the Alex Manos classic car dealership. They will make sure you’re fully satisfied and will evaluate your classic to offer you top value for it on the spot. Call the team today to learn more!