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  Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '3-Louvre' Coupe
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1957 - 1958
Numbers built:18
Designed by:Pinin Farina
Predecessor:Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '14 Louver' Berlinetta
Successor:Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '1 Louvre' Coupe
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 14, 2015
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Chassis 0723GT Completed in the summer of 1957, this was the first 250 GT 'Tour de France' fitted with the '3-Louvre' bodywork. It was finished in dark and sold to Scandinavia. It was driven to class victory in the Swedish Grand Prix by Finnish racer Curt Lincoln. He also won the 1958 Hels>>>

Chassis 0763GT This 3-Louvre 250 GT Tour de France was sold to Belgian private racer Leon Dernier through Ecurie Francorchamps. Finished in red with a yellow stripe, it was raced with considerable success by Dernier during the 1958 season. At the end of the year, chassis 0763GT was damaged>>>

Chassis 0773GT George Arents, who was one of the founding backers of Luigi Chinetti's North American Racing Team (NART), acquired this 250 GT late in 1957. Arents raced the car himself but also fielded the car as a NART entry for the 1958 Sebring 12 Hours, where Paul O'Shea, Bruce Kessler >>>

Chassis 0787GT Equipped with covered headlights, this 3-Louvre 250 GT was sold new to an Italian enthusiast. He raced the car with some success in local events before selling it on to another Italian based racer. He continued to campaign the car through to the end of 1959. Following brief >>>

Chassis 0793GT Originally fitted with a 3-Louvre style body, this Tour de France was originally owned by Giuliano Giovanardi from Modena. He campaigned the car for the better part of two seasons in local hill-climbs with considerable success. At some point, the body was modified and update>>>

Chassis 0619GT Noted French privateer racer Pierre Noblet acquired this car to replace an earlier 250 GT. To avoid paying import duties, he had the original chassis number 0805GT changed to his earlier number 0619GT. Noblet campaigned the car with some success well into the 1960 season. La>>>

Chassis 0881GT The second to last 3-Louvre 250 GT Tour de France built, this car was sold to Garage Francorchamps for Belgian count Antoine d'Asche. He campaigned the car in some local events before it disappeared. Heavily damaged in a fire, the car remains of the car re-appeared in the 19>>>


  Article Image gallery (84) Chassis (7) Specifications