The “GTO” in GTO Engineering might look familiar, and that’s because it’s a reference to one of Ferrari’s most honorable naming conventions. In Ferrari jargon, “GTO” stands for “Gran Turismo Omologato,” which in English is “Grand Touring Homologation,” meaning that a car is made to be homologated for racing, and in their time, each GTO Ferrari is a representation of the most intense street-legal performance. GTO Engineering uses that historical name because it’s one of the premier purveyors of classic Ferrari parts and restoration of the Prancing Horse’s most glorious creations.

Three classic Ferraris, all with incredible and important history, rejuvenated thanks to GTO Engineering are available for sale at O’Gara Coach in Beverly Hills, California. They are a 1959 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, a 1959 Ferrari 250 SWB, and a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona.” Not only do all three of these historic cars come with amazing stories and legacies, but they also come restored in incredible condition thanks to GTO Engineering’s incredible dedication to preserving the long and storied history of one of the world’s most celebrated car manufacturers.

Three GTO Engineering-Restored Ferraris For Sale

Built for track domination in the late 1950s, this Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa is one of the most potent examples of Ferrari's racing heritage in the brand's early history, and it's Colombo V12 engine is an important historical Ferrari staple, as well.

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Three GTO Engineering-Restored Ferraris For Sale

This beautiful coupe boasts classic lines and an irreplaceable mid-century glamour. It also wears Ferrari's unmistakable red with a tan leather interior, making it a perfect classic for any Ferrari enthusiast's garage.

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Three GTO Engineering-Restored Ferraris For Sale

In a beautiful and unique blue, this Ferrari 365 GTB/4 is a representation of a turning point in Ferrari history. As a front-engined grand tourer, it would give way to mid-engined counterparts, but its legacy still impacts the Ferrari of today.

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