Join Date: Aug 2008
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1963 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta On Offer
On offer from Mike Sheehan...
We are pleased to offer 1963 Ferrari 250 Lusso s/n 4481 GT. This Lusso has just completed a $40,898.26 engine rebuild and a $7,407.66 suspension and brake system rebuild by Alfa of Tacoma. We welcome any mechanical or body inspection, as we do not believe there is a Lusso that can compare in today's market in this price range. Ready for any touring event or show. Priced very right and seriously for sale at $579,500.
250 Lusso s/n 4481 GT has near-new and near-flawless Blu Notte Metallizzato (very dark blue) paint with nicely patinaed tan leather over a better-than-new body. 250 Lusso s/n 4481 has had only two owners from new with one well documented owner since 1969, so 41 years. A gorgeous pampered Lusso that runs and drives as nicely as it looks! Documented history going back when it left the factory.
The 250 Lusso was the last of the legendary 250 GT road cars and thanks to exquisite Pininfarina coachwork, the 250 Lusso remains one of the most aesthetically pleasing and best driving Ferrari road cars ever produced. With only 350 cars built, the 250 Lusso has always been the most collectable of the 250 GT road going Berlinettas. Thanks to a sweet running V-12, a Watts link rear suspension, a well spaced gearbox and disc brakes, the Lusso handles and drives as nicely as it looks.
250 Lusso s/n 4481 GT is complete with the very rare original build sheets, the original tool roll and tools, the Kurt Miska "Berlinetta Lusso" book and the Merritt "Operating handbooks" plus Factory correspondence. All matching numbers, of course.