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Ferrari 250 Europa(1953 to 1954)

The Ferrari 250 Europa (not to be confused with the 250 Europa GT), introduced in Paris in 1953, was the only one in the 250 family to use a different engine, sporting the 2963 cc Lampredi V12 based on a design for Formula One. It produced 200 PS (147 kW; 197 hp) at 6,300 rpm, with three Weber 36DCF (or DCZ) carburettors, mated to a 4-speed transmission. Both the 250 Europa and 375 America shared the same chassis, wheelbase and mechanicals apart from the engine. A total of 22 were made, including two later converted to 375 America.

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The Ferrari 250 Europa (not to be confused with the 250 Europa GT), introduced in Paris in 1953, was the only one in the 250 family to use… Read more

The Ferrari 250 Europa (not to be confused with the 250 Europa GT), introduced in Paris in 1953, was the only one in the 250 family to use a different engine, sporting the 2963 cc Lampredi V12 based on a design for Formula One. It produced 200 PS (147 kW; 197 hp) at 6,300 rpm, with three Weber 36DCF (or DCZ) carburettors, mated to a 4-speed transmission. Both the 250 Europa and 375 America shared the same chassis, wheelbase and mechanicals apart from the engine. A total of 22 were made, including two later converted to 375 America.

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