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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1958 - 1959
Numbers built:36
Designed by:Pininfarina
Predecessor:Ferrari 250 GT TdF Scaglietti '3-Louvre' Coupe
Successor:Ferrari 250 GT LWB Interim Berlinetta
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:September 23, 2013
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Chassis 0897GT Completed in May 1958, this single louvre 250 GT Tour de France was sold new to Steve Earle. It was finished in dark blue with a red interior. Chassis 0897GT was not raced in period and eventually received a Chevrolet V8 while the V12 was sold off. Fitted with a replacement >>>

Chassis 0901GT Sold to French privateer François Picard in early in 1958, the featured single louvre was raced with little success in various 1958 World Championship races. It was subsequently sold to the United States, where it remained for many years. After a brief spell in Europe i>>>

Chassis 0903GT The fourth Single Louvre 250 GT TdF built, this was the only one of all four generations sold new to Sweden. Through Ferrari's Swedish importer, Tore Bjurstörm, it was sold to Sture Nottorp, who had previously successfully campaigned a Ferrari 410 S sports racer. He rac>>>

Chassis 0905GT This single louvre and covered headlight 250 GT Tour de France was delivered to its first, Italian owner in May of 1958. The car was extensively raced in minor events during the late 1950s and also in the 1958 Targa Florio. In 1966, it was sold to prominent American collecto>>>

Chassis 0911GT Chassis 0911GT was sold new to Luigi Taramazzo and fielded for him by Scuderia Sant Ambroeus, which was owned and run Eugenio Dragoni; a lifelong friend of Enzo Ferrari. Taramazzo raced the car with considerable success, winning the Mille Miglia Rally and the Coppa InterEuro>>>

Chassis 1031GT This single louvre 250 GT 'Tour de France' was delivered new to its French owner, Jacques Peron, in time for the 1958 Tour de France. Peron co-drove with Harry Schell and finished fourth overall. The car was then sold to another French privateer racer, who competed in select>>>

Chassis 1037GT The 19th of 36 single-louvre Tour de France Ferraris built, this example was sold new to Venezuela-based Spanish racer Julio Pola. Delivered through local Ferrari distributor Carlos Kauffmann, it was finished in a distinct white livery. Pola debuted 1037GT in the late 1958 G>>>

Chassis 1139GT Sold new through Hollywood Sports Cars, this single louvre Tour de France was not raced in period. It was completed in December of 1958, featured covered headlights and was finished in red with a tan interior. Chassis 1139GT was used exclusively on the road by its various ow>>>

Chassis 1321GT Although sold to the Belgium's Ecurie Francorchamps for Jean Blaton or 'Beurlys', this Tour de France was originally finished in red with a black stripe. Following several successful outings early in 1959, it was repainted in the more familiar red with a yellow stripe ahead >>>

Chassis 1357GT One of the very last 250 GT LWB TdF competition cars built, this example was sold new to Algeria-based racer Pierre Dumay. Painted metallic grey, it was raced with great success in local events throughout 1959, scoring several outright and class victories. Ahead of the 1960 >>>

  Article Image gallery (158) Chassis (10) Specifications