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1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe Serial Number 2081

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Lead photograph of 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe Serial Number 2081

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT
Year   1960 Serial #   2081 GT
Engine #   2081 GT VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 128 D Chassis Type   Tipo 508 D
Build Sequence #    Number Built   350
Body Type   Coupe Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   Radia Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Colorado

Features

Last 250 GT PF Coupe built. Body no. 151. Blu Sera MM16439. Tutta leather Avorio 3323. 2nd series car with disc brakes and overdrive transmission.

History

S/n 2081 GT. The last 250 GT Pininfarina coupe built. Chassis Tipo 508 F. Motor Tipo 128 F No. Gearbox Tipo 508 F No. Rear Axle Tipo 508 F No.

Per Pininfarina records: Entr. telaio 24 Jun 1960; Scocca 29402; Consegna 17 Sep. 1960; Destinazione Radia (BC); Verniciatura blu sera MM 16439; Interno tutta pelle bianco 3323.

1960, September, completed.

1965, purchased by Richard Poppe, Seattle, WA. (William Takas 1987).

1984, purchased from Poppe by William Takas, New York, NY. (William Takas 1987).

1987, May, purchased from Takas by John Bungay, Sacramento, CA. He said motor was original. (William Takas 1987).

1988–90, FOC Roster, still listed by Bill Takas, New York, NY.

1990, June, purchased from Bungay by Stephen D. Barney, Summerfield, NC. Seen there Jul 1990. Offered 1993 by Barney’s Foreign Cars Italia, Greensboro, NC. Blue with beige interior. Last of the series. Unrestored original condition, numbers match.

1993, 14 Aug. – 18 Dec., for sale in FML by Foreign Cars Italia. Blue with bianco interior. Last of the series. Unrestored, original condition. numbers match. Drive it home. $85,000.

1994, 8 Jan. – 2 Apr., for sale in FML by Foreign Cars Italia. Blue with bianco interior. Last of the series. Unrestored, original condition, numbers match. Drive it home. $85,000.

1994, purchased from Barney by current owner, Denver, CO.

2001, 26 Aug., contacted current owner and asked if the car is for sale.

2001, 30 Aug., e–mail from current owner:

Yes, I’m the happy owner of 2081. I would certainly not want 2081 to morph into a race car. This car deserves better. It is an all original car with 6X,XXX miles, all parts, and runs and drives, but requires some work. I’ve not done anything with it other than start and drive every month since I purchased it in ’93. It’s got a few nifty features, headrest, painted wheels, etc. Sera Blue with Bianco. Don’t know what I’m going to do with it, could fully restore and it would be a cool rig that way, but, it could also receive a minor restoration, just can’t figure out what to do. When I can, I’ll get you info.

2002, 10 Aug., advertised in the Ferrari Market Letter, 1/2 page ad, by Michael Sheehan’s European Auto Sales, Inc.:

250 GT Pininfarina Coupe s/n 2081 GT. The very last 250 GT Pininfarina coupe built. From new with disc brakes and the more powerful tipo 128 F “outside–plug” engine and a four–speed gearbox with overdrive. A rust free undamaged car, complete, running and driving, with so–so dark blue paint and white leather interior. Last of the series. Unrestored, original condition. Matching numbers, of course. Priced to sell at $47,500.

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