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1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet Series II Serial Number 1805 GT

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Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT PF Cabriolet Series II
Year   1960 Serial #   1805 GT
Engine #   M. 56 F VIN   
Engine Type   128F Chassis Type   508F
Build Sequence #   19 Number Built   202
Body Type   Cabriolet Body Builder   Pinin Farina
First Owner   Switzerland Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Europe

Features

1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II serial number 1805 GT. New top quality repaint in Grigio Scuro (medium grey metallic) with a magnolia leather interior. Excellent engine, no smoke, good oil pressure, good temperature. Gearbox excellent, quiet rear axle, no vibration. Borranis rebuilt and like new, Pirelli tyres, new ANSA exhaust system, new brake servo, and new calipers. Excellent older interior. Leather and carpets in the correct material, excellent condition soft top correct and in excellent condition. Chromework near perfect.

History

S/n 1805 GT. 250 PF Series II Cabriolet. As per PF records: Entered 16 Feb 1960; Job N. 29719; Finished 23 Apr. 1960; Destination Rubois (Svizzeria); Exterior blu MM 16228; Interior tutta pelle 3309 [beige].

S/n 1805 GT is the only 250 PF Cabriolet Series II of the series to have left the factory without a hood scoop.

1960, May, 1805 GT was delivered new by factory to former Grand Prix driver Emmanuel “Toulo” De Graffenried’s dealership Italauto SA in Lausanne, Switzerland, for the first owner.

New to Rubois, Switzerland.

To the USA.

1990, sold to Wolfgang von Schmieder, Geneva, Switzerland. Probably sold through Oliver Kuttner to Wolfgang Von Schmeider.

1997, 08 Sept., Sotheby’s auction in the Musée International de l’Automobile of Geneva. White/magnolia. Not sold.

1998, 03–09 Mar., Wolfgang Von Schmeider, painted White with White, 60,930 km. Geneva auto Museum.

2001, 18 Dec., Bonhams Gstaad, Switzerland auction. March 1960 new to Switzerland. Purchased by the vendor ten years ago in the USA and restored there by Virginia Motor Co. between 1995 and 1997. On display at International Musee de l’Autombile in Geneva. White. Featuring rebuilt engine and transmission, restored chassis and bodywork, new paint, re–trimmed magnolia leather interior and refurbished electrics.

Sold to a French dealer.

2002, January, sold to a French customer but never used the car and so it was always stored at the French dealer.

2003, January, sold back to the French dealer.

2003, February, sent to a bodyshop and repainted in “Grigio Scuro”.

2003, August, all new Grigio Scuro (medium grey metallic) a modest 10,000 Euros later. Revised by a top French mechanic. Engine excellent, no smoke, good oil pressure, good temperature. Gearbox excellent, quiet rear axle, no vibration. Borranis rebuilt and like new.

Has Pirelli tyres, a new ANSA exhaust system, new brake servo, and new calipers. Excellent older interior. Leather and carpets in the correct material, excellent condition soft top correct and in excellent condition. Chromework near perfect. Not concours but excellent patina and in ready–to–tour condition.

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