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1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II Serial Number 3641 GT

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Lead photograph of 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II Serial Number 3641 GT

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GTE 2+2
Year   1962 Serial #   3641 GT
Engine #   3641 GT 286/62 VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 128 F Chassis Type   Tipo 508 E
Build Sequence #    Number Built   954
Body Type   2+2 Coupe Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   France Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   Yes Current Location   California

Features

1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II s/n 3641 GT. Green with Tan interior. 87 points at 2002 Ferrari Nationals with no tools or manual. Engine rebuilt by Carobu Engineering, the top Ferrari engine shop in the US, for substantial performance and reliability. The tipo 128 F Ferrari V–12 dyno tested at 272 HP @ 7,100 RPM and produced 200–210 ft lbs of torque from 4500 RPM to 7000 RPM, an extremely wide torque curve, as tested on the Carobu engineering DTS dyno. Comes with all invoices and paperwork, very rare build sheets (yes, all numbers match) and full photo documentation of the work done.

History

S/n 3641. 1962 Production. 250 GTE 2+2 Series II. Pininfarina job #68183. Destination: France.

Owned by Philip Fecher.

1984, 20 Dec., sold to Norman Marsillius III, 100 Fernwood Road, Trumbull, Connecticut, 06611.

“Car has been mechanically rebuilt, new pistons, valves, bearings, transmission and differential.

Brakes are all new. Basically a frame-up restoration except for the outer body and interior. Four years in the rebuilding. Solid dependable car today.”

1990, 17 Feb., still owned by Norman Marsillius III.

Sold to current owner.

2002, 24 Oct., as per e-mail from and conversation with current owner. The owner had the engine rebuilt by Carobu engineering, the top Ferrari engine building shop in the USA. Has Carrillo connecting rods, JE pistons, high lift cams, develops 272 hp. Dyno sheets, photos and all receipts available. Transmission, overdrive and differential also rebuilt.

2002, 23 May, shown at the FCA National Meet in Century City, California. Exterior color is “forest green,” reportedly the original color/tan. 87 points at 2002 Ferrari Nationals with no tools or manual. Would have scored app 93–95 points with books and tools.

2004, September, as per e-mail from current owner:

“I'm interested in selling my 1962 Ferrari 250 2+2 Series II s/n 3641 GTE. Green with Tan interior. 87 points at 2002 Ferrari Nationals with no tools or manual. Engine rebuilt by Carobu Engineering for performance: 272 HP on dyno, Kevlar clutch, rebuilt transmission, etc.”

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