Some cars become collectible after a few decades, but it takes a real masterpiece to be sough after its entire life. Such is the case with any version of the Ferrari 250. The Lusso was only built for 18 months, and it was the final example of the 250 series. Only 351 cars were built, designed by Pininfarina and assembled by Scaglietti. ,
It was not intended for competition, instead, Enzo opted for leather everywhere and luxurious amenities. With a sticker price of $13,375, it would take $112,432 in today’s money. But all things are not equal. Because many view this as the most significant Ferrari ever produced, it is priced below market value at 2,399,995$ CDN (call for U.S. price).
Chassis #5117 wears its original colors: Pino Verde Metallic with a Cuoio leather interior. It has only been driven 30,267 km, or 18,807 miles. Before being restored by Greg Jones, Marcel Massini verified all matching numbers. This allowed it to be Ferrari Classiche certified, and the big red book is included.
Ferrari Club of America gave it with a Platinum award while it spent many years in the collection of our friend Reggie Jackson. He only owns the best examples of each car, and this was a centerpiece of his Italian fleet. It now resides in Montreal, and it can be yours. Automobiles Etcetera strives to offer world-class collector cars, so click the link below to view their listing.
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