This is a 250 Testa Rossa (1957) in iconic red with white and blue stripes. The 250 Testa Rossa was a legendary Ferrari model that dominated its competitors, with variations of it winning 10 World Sports Car Championships.
One of the most beautiful and brilliantly engineered Ferraris ever built, the 500 TRC Spider (1957) was crafted by Sergio Scaglietti. Ferrari sold 19 of these TRCs to customers all over the world as a weapon to win in the sports car races.
A striking silver 250 Testa Rossa Spider Scaglietti from 1957 that stands outs with a red stripe and red interior. This was a legendary model that dominated international racing.
With its white body and blue stripes this 250 Testa Rossa was inspired by a yacht with the same color combination. It was a famous racecar driven by Ed Hugus that participated in numerous races including the 1958 12 Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As its name implies, this 250 California Scaglietti spider LWB (1957) was destined for America, a nation in love with the convertible and the freedom and fun that open-air driving has to offer. Only 50 of these breathtakingly elegant Ferraris were made. This hard top version is a particularly stunning example with its navy exterior, silver hard top and red leather interior.
The iconic 1958 250 GT Berlinetta is also known as the “Tour de France” after competing in the 10-day Tour de France automobile race. This model features an ivory stripe, as well as cognac interiors with red accents.
It was 1959 and, while Marylin Monroe was causing a stir in the legendary film “Some like it Hot”, Ferrari released the legendary 250 GT Coupé Pinin Farina. This crimson red livery is particularly beautiful, boasting elegant coachwork by Pinin Farina and finished in a sophisticated color combination of Rosso Bordeaux with a Grigio Conchiglia roof over a vinyl and leather interior in Nero. Additionally, the car sported a hood scoop, adding a touch of sportiness to a stately automobile.
This is a 1960 250 GT Berlinetta SWB in ivory with a central burgundy stripe . This Ferrari was built to contend in major GT races like the Tour de France, and was extremely successful at that, winning 4 years in a row from 1959 to 1962.
Stirling Moss drove his legendary 250 GT Berlinetta SWB to victory three times, including in the 1961 Tourist Trophy. It stands out for its blue color with horizontal racing stripe and classic white roundels on the doors.
The 250 GT Berlinetta SWB Competizione “SEFAC Hot Rod” featured a silver body with a blue racing stripe. The SEFAC (Società Esercizio Fabbriche Automobile e Corse) Hot Rods were the most advanced Ferrari competition coupés at the time.