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1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet Series II Serial Number 1969 GT

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Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT PF Cabriolet Series II
Year   1960 Serial #   1969 GT
Engine #   3441 GT VIN   
Engine Type   128F Chassis Type   508F
Build Sequence #    Number Built   202
Body Type   Cabriolet Body Builder   Pinin Farina
First Owner   Italy Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet series II. S/n 1969 GT. Per PF records: Entered 04 May 1960; Job N. 29747. Finished 02 Jul 1960; Destination Blancardi; Exterior grigio conchiglia MM 16249; Interior plastico e pelle rosso 3171. Well documented ownership history. A user–friendly driver. Was fitted with 250 SWB engine s/n 3409 GT. Now fitted with 250 2+2 engine s/n 3441 GT. Some assembly required.

History

S/n 1969 GT. 250 Pininfarina Cabriolet series II. Was fitted with 250 SWB engine s/n 3409 GT. Now fitted with 250 2+2 engine s/n 3441 GT. Some assembly required.

New in Italy.

1960s, to a US Air Force Officer.

1972, November, purchased by Tom Churchill, Yellow Springs, Ohio, from Maj. Fred Parris, USAF, who had acquired car from another USAF officer who in turn had acquired the car in Italy.

1972–1979, owned and listed in the FOCUSA roster(s) Tom Churchill, Yellow Springs, OH.

1978, offered by Churchill. Silver with red interior.ĘSold to Robert Hynote, Atlanta, GA. Upon examination of car it was found to have 250 SWB engine s/n 3409, numero interno 206/62E in it.

1979, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter by Robert Hynote. Red with natural interior. Complete cosmetic restoration paint, leather, Wilton carpet, soft top, redone hardtop, new wire wheels.

1979, 1980, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter by FAF Motorcars, Tucker, GA. Red with natural interior. Description as above. RW 3801 Borranis.

1980, 27 Apr. and 15 Mar., offered in the Miami Herald, by Johnson Ford, Hialeah, FL (Charles Johnson). Red with natural interior. Borranis, both tops.

1988, seen Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Stephen D. Barney. He confirmed that the block was s/n was 3409.

1989, 15 Apr. – 27 May, offered in Ferrari Market Letter by Ron Goldsack, Toronto. Red with black leather. New soft top. Totally restored only 30,000 miles.

1990, January, offered @ Barrett–Jackson Auction, Scottsdale, AZ. High bid $365,000. Car sold.

1990, offered @ Auto Torino, Great Neck, NY. Red with black interior. Display ad only. (FML 1503).

1990, 09 June, offered Guernsey’s Auction, Greenwich, CT.

1991, 15 June, offered Guernsey’s Auction. Bridgehampton, NY.

1994, offered Auto Palace, Great Neck, NY. Red with black leather. Complete cosmetic and mechanical restoration. (FML 1916).

1994, 6 Aug. – 29 Oct., for sale in FML by Ferrari Palace, NY. Red with black leather. Completed cosmetic and mechanical restoration. Rare and beautiful. $225,000. Ferrari financing available.

1998, 28 Mar. – 18 July, for sale in the Ferrari Market Letter offered by www.180sportsclassics.com. Red with black interior. Borranis. AM/FM. Excellent overall condition. Total restoration. Serviced, detailed and ready to drive or show anywhere! 69,000 km.

1999, 25 Oct., sold to Peter Colletti, Prospect Heights, Illinois, 60070. Pete wanted to make his 250 PF Cabriolet s/n 1969 GT into a Platinum trophy quality show car.

2003, 04 Apr., as per conversation with Peter Colletti, yes, he does indeed own the car. Didn’t know it had 250 SWB engine s/n 3409 GT, a non–matching (or at least a re’numbered) engine. Motor is out and so it was confirmed that engine s/n 3409, numero interno 206/62E in 250 PF Cabriolet s/n 1969 GT.

The car is apart for a restoration. Bodywork done but needs primer, paint, interior and assembly. The car comes with over $50,000 in new parts and chromework including the correct tool kit, ($2.075.00); parts book; shop manual; and show quality new parts including a new voltage regulator, ($168,50); air ducts ($45.70); water hoses; all chrome and moldings redone, (app $11,000); all new exhaust system and hangers, (app. $3,000.00); turn lights, ($356.00); all gaskets, (app. $1,000); new Marchall driving lights, ($420.00); sun visors, ($400.00); five new Michelin XWX tires, ($1,535,75); correct radiator blind, ($500.00); back up lens ($315.00); bumper guards, ($350.00); rebuilt Borranis, ($2,758.10); suspension components and clutch, (app $8,500) and much much more!!!!!

We have forty–six pages of recent receipts totaling well over $50,000.

2003, 01 May, 1960 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet s/n 1969 GT was purchased by the owner of 250 SWB s/n 3409 GT and will be sold as is, with a very good running, recently serviced 250 2+2 engine s/n 3441 GT.

See Prancing Horse #99, 1991.

See Prancing Horse #48.

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.

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.