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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1957
Numbers built:9
Designed by:Pinin Farina
Predecessor:Ferrari 250 GT Competizione Scaglietti Coupe
Successor:Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '3-Louvre' Coupe
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 22, 2014
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Chassis 0585GT Completed late in 1956, this was the first of nine 250 GTs clothed by Scaglietti with the fourteen-louvre bodywork. It was sold new to Tony Paravano, who entered it in the April 1957 Palm Springs road races where the car was disqualified. He then fled the country because of >>>

Chassis 0597GT Unusually finished in silver with a dark red interior, this 250 GT TdF was sold to an Italian gentleman racer named Eugenio Lubich. Under the Scuderia Trentino banner, he campaigned the car extensively throughout Italy for two seasons with several class and outright wins in >>>

Chassis 0607GT The third of nine fourteen louver TDFs, this chassis was delivered to its first owner in February of 1957. It was raced in the Giro Di Sicilia (4th) and the Mille Miglia before being sold to a German racer. He had it extensively raced by the likes of Wolfgang von Trips and P>>>

Chassis 0629GT Originally owned by Italian gentleman racer Paolo Lena of Genoa, this 14-Louvre 250 GT debuted with a class win in the Rallye Sestriere. It was to be the best result of the year and the car was sold on at the end of the year. Chassis 0629GT continued to be raced by its subse>>>

Chassis 0677GT This car was retained by the factory and entered in the first race of the 1957 season for Belgian Olivier Gendebien. He won the Giro di Sicilia, GP Nuvolari and the Reims 12 Hours together with Paul Frere, and also finished third in the last Mille Miglia. In August Gendebien>>>

Chassis 0683GT This is the seventh of nine fourteen louver TDFs. Its most unusual feature is the additional windscreen wiper installed above the windscreen. Completed late in 1956, it was delivered to its first owner in the Spring of 1957, who later that year had the engine uprated to 280 >>>

Chassis 0703GT Sold new to Italian gentleman racer Albino Buticchi, this is the second to last 14 Louver Tour de France built. Within days after taking delivery, he entered the car in the 1957 Mille Miglia and finished ninth overall and fourth in class. Buticchi continued to race the 250 G>>>

  Article Image gallery (92) Chassis (7) Specifications