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Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta "Tour de France"(1956 to 1959)

CMV $6.1m

Ferrari introduced the 250 GT Berlinetta (LWB) in 1956. It was nicknamed the Tour de France, or TdF, after dominating the French rally over multiple years, sealing a place for itself in sports car racing history. Eventually seventy-seven Tour de France cars were built, of which a number were sold for GT races from 1956 through 1959. In its last year of production, seven 250 GT "Interim" LWB Berlinettas were made. They utilized the same long-wheelbase chassis but had the new PininFarina bodywork of the upcoming 250 GT SWB Berlinettas.

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Ferrari introduced the 250 GT Berlinetta (LWB) in 1956. It was nicknamed the Tour de France, or TdF, after dominating the French rally over… Read more

Ferrari introduced the 250 GT Berlinetta (LWB) in 1956. It was nicknamed the Tour de France, or TdF, after dominating the French rally over multiple years, sealing a place for itself in sports car racing history. Eventually seventy-seven Tour de France cars were built, of which a number were sold for GT races from 1956 through 1959. In its last year of production, seven 250 GT "Interim" LWB Berlinettas were made. They utilized the same long-wheelbase chassis but had the new PininFarina bodywork of the upcoming 250 GT SWB Berlinettas.

Learn more at Wikipedia

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