Buying or Selling a 1964 Ferrari 250 GT?
The 1964 model year was – sadly – the last year of production for the Ferrari 250 GT series. The last model being produced in 1964 was the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso, for which Pininfarina did a very refined and detailed design. Exotic looking inside and outside, as well and luxurious and comfortable, the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso was intended for the top clientele in order to generate more income to invest in racing. That is a symbol of how much the brand was orientated towards motor sports. The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso was sometimes called the GTL, GT/L and even the Berlinetta Lusso. However, it was designed to be a bigger and more luxurious Ferrari vehicle than the original 250 GT Berlinetta, while clearly not designed to be a racing vehicle. The Lusso was considered to be one of Pininfarina’s finest designs and one of the most stylish Ferraris. The production of the Lusso was discontinued in the middle of 1964, and it went out gracefully as the final model of the 250 GT series.
1964 Ferrari 250 GT Seller’s Guide
If you are planning on selling your 1964 Ferrari 250 GT, one of the most important seller’s tips that the Alex Manos team can offer is to ensure that you have done your research concerning the market value. This can be quite difficult however, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the classic car market. Knowing how many examples were made and how much they recently sold for, depending on their condition and history, is the type of information that the Alex Manos team possesses thanks to their long-time experience working in the industry. Should you need help to determine the right value for your classic Ferrari, the Alex Manos team encourages you to contact them for consultation and look forward to learning more about your classic.
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Alex Manos and his team have actually been buying and selling classic cars for many years, no matter the make, model or condition. The experts know the market very well in terms of availability and value. If you’re interested in selling your 1964 Ferrari 250 GT and it fits into their inventory, they will make you a very attractive offer in cash. Their objective is to help you get a hassle-free experience and acquire new examples of classics. They are just a phone call or website inquiry away if you have any questions. Connect today!