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1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet (Series II) Serial Number 1967 GT

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Lead photograph of 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet (Series II) Serial Number 1967 GT

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT PF Cabriolet Series II
Year   1960 Serial #   1967 GT
Engine #   1967 GT (numero interno 398 F) VIN   
Engine Type   128F Chassis Type   508F
Build Sequence #   46th Number Built   202
Body Type   Cabriolet Body Builder   Pinin Farina
First Owner   Stot Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

1960 Ferrari 250 GT PF Cabriolet s/n 1967 GT. Runs and drives unusually well, nicely sorted, everything works. Competed in the Colorado Grand from 2006 to 2010! Well documented ownership and service history. The gearbox shifts well. The overdrive works well, good brakes and suspension. No smoke, minimal oil leak issues, great oil pressure. Finished in high quality Ferrari red over a great body with very nice black/red leather. Fitted with Marchal Equilux headlights, Marchal driving lights, 16 inch Borranis and Michelin X 185R16 tires. Chrome trim and panels all fit well. Good soft top and factory hardtop. Has reproduction tools and tool roll. Perfect for the Colorado Grand and other touring events. Comes with all service invoices over the last five years on file and available by PDF. The engine, transmission and differential numbers have all been verified as original by Ferrari Classiche.

History

S/n 1967 GT. 250 GT PF Cabriolet. Per PF records: Entered 04 May 1960; Job N. 29746; Finished 18 June 1960; Destination Stot; Exterior azzurro chiaro Italver 6800; Interior plastico e pelle blu 3087.

New to a Mr. Stot.

1960s, mid, owned by Arnold Crane, Chicago, IL.

1967, traded in at Luigi Chinetti Motors by Arnold Crane, Chicago, IL who was purchasing 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder s/n 10249.

1972, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club of New England as owned by Charles R. Kem, Ayer, Massachusetts.

1980, July, offered in the Ferrari Club of America bulletin by Terry O. Herndon, Massachusetts. Excellent overall condition. Both tops.

1981, offered in Ferrari Market Letter issue #0611 by John Greenup, Worcester, Massachusetts. Red with black interior. Fresh engine and gearbox. Factory original hardtop.

1982, offered in Ferrari Market Letter issue # 0714 by John Greenup, Worcester, Massachusetts. Red with black interior. Fresh engine and gearbox. Factory original hardtop.

1989, 18 Mar.–14 Oct., Walnut Creek Ferrari, CA. Red with black interior. Total restoration. 65,000 km.

1990, 18–21 Jan., Barrett–Jackson Auction, Scottsdale, AZ. $430,000 bid. Not sold.

1990, San Francisco Ferrari, CA. Red with black interior. Completely restored. Display ad only. (FML 1502). 65,000 miles. (FML 1510).

1991, 05 Jan. to 25 May, for sale in FML by Ferrari of San Francisco. Red with black interior. Completely restored. $375,000.

1991, 21 Dec., for sale in FML by Ferrari of San Francisco. Red with black interior. $375,000.

1993, 16 Jan., for sale in FML by Ferrari of San Francisco. Red with black interior. Fully restored. $275,000.

1993, 30 Jan.–22 May, for sale in FML by Ferrari of San Francisco. Red with black interior. Fully restored. $275,000.

1994, 29 June, now with John Warner, Denver, Colorado. Red with black interior. All new recent restoration. 65,000 miles. Has a factory hardtop.

1995, 18–23 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand with John Warner.

1996, 16–21 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand with John Warner.

1996, 09 Nov.–21 Dec., for sale in FML by John, Colorado. Red with black leather. Beautifully restored to excellent driving condition. Recently ran the 1996 Colorado Grand as well as the 1995 Grand. If you are looking for a truly “sorted” car, please call for more details. Price includes factory detachable hardtop. $165,000.

1997, 04 Jan.–01 Feb., for sale in FML by John, Colorado. Red with black leather. Beautifully restored to excellent driving condition. Recently ran the 1996 Colorado grand as well as the 1995 Grand. If you are looking for a truly “sorted” car, please call for more details. Price includes factory detachable hardtop. $165,000.

1997, 26 Apr.–05 July, for sale in FML by John, Colorado. Red with black leather. Beautifully restored to excellent driving condition. Recently ran the 1996 Colorado grand as well as the 1995 Grand. If you are looking for a truly “sorted” car, please call for more details. Price includes factory detachable hardtop.

1997, Rick Cole auction. Red/black, black cloth top. Correct factory red hardtop, chrome Borranis. Good paint and older interior. Restored to a touring standard. A very attractive and honest–appearing Ferrari.

This would be the perfect car for Rich Taylor’s Forza Mille through the New England fall foliage.

1998, 14–18 Jan., for sale at Barrett Jackson Auction, Scottsdale, AZ. Red/black. Two tops including correct factory hard top, chrome Borranis. Good paint and older interior. Restored to a touring standard. These are the least expensive of the open V12 Ferraris, and should hold their values well.

2005, 09 Dec., one of several Ferraris inspected, photoed and test driven by M. Sheehan at the owner’s collection in Texas.

Started instantly. Turned on the key to let the fuel pumps fill the carbs and accidentally hit the starter and the car started instantly and idled well.

Drove very well and everything worked! On the test drive the gearbox shifted perfectly, up and down, stone cold. Overdrive worked well and shifted into and out of overdrive instantly. The brakes were good, the suspension was good, did everything well. No smoke, no oil leak issues, great oil pressure.

Body and paint are both very good. Chrome trim and panel fit all good. An unusually nice 250 GT PF Cabriolet.

2006, January, on consignment to Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

2006, Feb., sold by Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com to Robert Young, Carbondale, CO.

2006, 14 Feb., new Colorado title issued to current owner.

2006, 30 Mar., serviced by Ferrari Denver: fitted new plugs, points, set carbs, heater repairs, turn signal repairs, oil temp gauge repaired, centered steering wheel, serviced air horns, fitted competition seats belts and overhauled fuel pumps. Total invoice: $6,357.44.

2006, 17 July, serviced by Ferrari Denver: cleaned carburetor main jets, repaired miscellaneous oil leaks, lubed speedometer cable, oil, filter and coolant changed. Total invoice: $1,944.35.

2006, 18–23 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand by the current owner.

2007, 06 Mar., serviced by Ferrari Denver: overhauled differential, rebuilt ring and pinion, new ring and pinion plus all bearings, overhauled carburetors, oil and filter service, rear brakes rebuilt. Total invoice: $20,658.85.

2007, 16–20 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand by the current owner.

2008, 27 Feb., serviced by Scuderia Rampante, 1789 55th St., Boulder, CO. Compression and leakdown test, overhauled gearbox, new plug wire set, New plugs, points, MSD ignition box, tach drive gear set, new radiator core, all new valve adjustment screws, all new cam followers and set up gearbox so that overdrive works on all four forward gears. Total invoice: $20,413.50.

2008, 02 July, serviced by Scuderia Rampante, Boulder, CO. Overhauled starter, replaced engine and gearbox mounts and replaced hoses. Total invoice: $4,642.81.

2008, 16–20 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand by the current owner.

2008, 20 Oct., serviced by Scuderia Rampante, Boulder, CO. Overhauled gearbox and overdrive, bench tested gearbox and OD units. Machined flywheel, new clutch and rebuilt pressure plate. Total invoice: $9,323.90.

2009, 13–18 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand by the current owner.

2010, 12–17 Sept., entered and run in the Colorado Grand by the current owner.

2011, January, on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

2011, March, sold to current owner.

2011, April, after test driving his new car, the current owner decided that the car was too small to be comfortable for him to drive for extended periods.

2011, April, on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

2011, May, confirmation of correct, original matching engine, transmission and gearbox by Ferrari Classiche.

See “A “new” Ferrari 250 Pininfarina Cabriolet by Hill Raab” Prancing Horse #46, p. 28, 1976.

See The Ferrari Legend, Prunet, 1980 (and later editions.)

See Ferrari Market Letter, Vol 6 No. 4, 1981.

See Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I; Raab, Jr., 1988.

See Ferrari–Forty Years on the Road; Nowak, 1988.

See Ferrari Market Letter; Vol 13 No. 22, 1988.

See Ferrari Spyder, Casucci, 1989.

See Ferrari 250 Grand Touring Cars; Cutrea, 1990.

See “Pinin Farina 250 GT Series II Cabriolet by Jeff Rowe” Prancing Horse #99, p. 22, 1991.

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.