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Ferrari 250 Monza(1954)

The Ferrari 250 Monza was a sports racing car produced by Ferrari in 1954. It was powered by the three-litre version of the Colombo V12 engine and mounted in the tried and capable, elongated version of the 500 Mondial chassis. A total of only four of these "hybrid" sports racing cars were created. Three of them were bodied in aluminium by Pinin Farina with a design based to that fitted on the roadster body of the 500 Mondial with necessary modifications due to a different powerplant.

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The Ferrari 250 Monza was a sports racing car produced by Ferrari in 1954. It was powered by the three-litre version of the Colombo V12… Read more

The Ferrari 250 Monza was a sports racing car produced by Ferrari in 1954. It was powered by the three-litre version of the Colombo V12 engine and mounted in the tried and capable, elongated version of the 500 Mondial chassis. A total of only four of these "hybrid" sports racing cars were created. Three of them were bodied in aluminium by Pinin Farina with a design based to that fitted on the roadster body of the 500 Mondial with necessary modifications due to a different powerplant.

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