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1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe Serial Number 1637 GT

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Lead photograph of 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe Serial Number 1637 GT

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT
Year   1960 Serial #   1637 GT
Engine #   1637 GT VIN   
Engine Type   128 F Chassis Type   508 F
Build Sequence #    Number Built   151 late models
Body Type   Coupe Body Builder   Pinin Farina
First Owner   Malone Current Owner   Ferraris-online.com
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

A “time capsule” 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe, complete to the original Marchall headlights and everything works: the overdrive, the turn signals, the backup light, everything! Runs and drives very well. Excellent original synchros and no smoke! Perfect for the Colorado Grand, other touring events or detail it and go for the preservation award at Cavallino.

History

S/n 1637 GT. 250 GT PF Coupe. 1960. Body no. 48. Grigio Platinato MM16656. Plastic and leather blu 3087. 2nd series car with disc brakes and overdrive transmission. 8/34 rear differential ratio.

1959, 27 Oct., 250 PF Coupe s/n 1637 GT ordered from International Service Corporation, 1611 Central Building, Pedder Street, Hong Kong by Captain John Malone, 11th Tac. Recon Sq., APO 328, US Armed Forces.

1960, 21 Mar., shipping invoice from International Service Corporation, 1611 Central Building, Pedder Street, Hong Kong for 1960 PF Coupe s/n 1637 GT issued. Origin Italy; delivery, Yokohama, Japan.

1960, 11 May, Bill of Sale from Mr. Leo Heil of Overseas New Car Supplier, Ltd., 17 Ryudo–cho, Azabu, Minato–ku, Japan to Captain John Malone, 11th Tac. Recon Squadron. Witnessed by Robert S. Steven, Jr., Vice Consul at US Embassy, Tokyo.

The first Ferrari imported into Japan.

1959, 27 Oct. – 2000, 26 July, owned by Captain John Malone, now 80 years old and long retired, 8911 Quigley St., Westminster, Co, 80030—a total of forty–one years!

Painted white and leather dyed black while with Captain Malone.

2000, 26 July, sold to Bill Orth, Ferrari of Denver with copies of all paperwork including the original shipping papers, the original 1959 order form, etc. 43,197 miles on the odometer.

2000, 27 July, sold to Mike Sheehan.

2000, 12 Aug., 1/2 page ad by Mike Sheehan in the Ferrari Market Letter.

Sold to client in Connecticut. Repainted in very good silver metallic over an excellent body with very high quality all new leather seats, door panels, trim, carpets and new head liner. New tail lights. All electrical in excellent working condition.

2005, December, sold to Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris-online.com and Bruce Trenery’s Fantasy Junction

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.