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  Ferrari 250 GT LWB Interim Berlinetta
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1959
Numbers built:7
Designed by:Pinin Farina / Scaglietti
Predecessor:Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '1 Louvre' Coupe
Successor:Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 29, 2015
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Chassis 1461GT Clothed by Scaglietti, this is the second 250 GT Interim built. It was entrusted to Luigi Chinetti's North American Racing Team, who fielded it in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Andre Pilette and George Arents. Despite some small problems, it nevertheless finished fourth overal>>>

Chassis 1465GT One of two Interim Berlinettas not fitted with the Tipo 128 DF engine, this example was sold to an Italian enthusiast. He forfeited his Tour de France entry and in 1960 had the car upgraded with disc brakes. It may have been used in some national events a few years later, be>>>

Chassis 1509GT Liveried in the Madagascan racing colours of white with a green and red stripe, this Interim Berlinetta was sold new to Jo Schlesser. He fielded it in the Tour de France but sadly missed a bridge and his effort ended in a river. Repaired, the car was raced with considerable >>>

Chassis 1519GT Although originally delivered with an inside plug engine to its original owner, Jean-Pierre Schild from Switzerland, chassis 1519GT was upgraded to the latest specification before the 1959 Tour de France. Piloted by Schild and Roger de Lageneste, it finished the race third o>>>

Chassis 1521GT The penultimate long wheelbase Ferrari 250 GT competition car built, this Interim Berlinetta was sold new to French privateer Pierre Dumas. He immediately entered it along with five of the other six Interim Berlinettas in the Tour de France where he finished seventh. The car>>>


  Article Image gallery (64) Chassis (5) Specifications