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Ferrari 250 GT Coupé Boano & Ellena(1956 to 1958)

CMV $671,000

Ferrari launched a 250-based prototype coupé at the 1956 Geneva Motor Show which came to be called the Ferrari 250 GT Boano. Unable to meet the demand without expansion, Pinin Farina asked Mario Boano, formerly of Ghia, to handle the construction. When Fiat later recruited Boano, he handed production duties to his son-in-law Ezio Ellena. Ellena revised the car, raising the roof and removing the vent windows from the doors. Carrozzeria Boano built 74 250 GTs on the long-wheelbase chassis. Carrozzeria Ellena built another 50 Coupés. In 1958, Pinin Farina would expand production and launch its own version of the 250 GT Coupé, cars which became known as the 250 GT Coupé Pinin Farina.  

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Ferrari launched a 250-based prototype coupé at the 1956 Geneva Motor Show which came to be called the Ferrari 250 GT Boano. Unable to meet… Read more

Ferrari launched a 250-based prototype coupé at the 1956 Geneva Motor Show which came to be called the Ferrari 250 GT Boano. Unable to meet the demand without expansion, Pinin Farina asked Mario Boano, formerly of Ghia, to handle the construction. When Fiat later recruited Boano, he handed production duties to his son-in-law Ezio Ellena. Ellena revised the car, raising the roof and removing the vent windows from the doors. Carrozzeria Boano built 74 250 GTs on the long-wheelbase chassis. Carrozzeria Ellena built another 50 Coupés. In 1958, Pinin Farina would expand production and launch its own version of the 250 GT Coupé, cars which became known as the 250 GT Coupé Pinin Farina.  

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