Ferrari Classiche restore a 250 GTO that will return to the US
The Ferrari Classiche department has just restored after more than two years of hard work a 250 GTO model, a race car that has dominated on the track in the sixties, and now ready to return to its owner in America.
During its stay in Maranello, the car was restored to the original engine and bodywork configuration in which it was delivered to Bologna-based publisher Luciano Conti in 1962. The latter also drove it in its maiden race, the Bologna-Passo della Raticosa.
After several changes of ownership (the car also finished second twice in the Targa Florio in 1963 and 1964 as number 112 which it still bears today), the 250 GTO is now back to its original splendour.