1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

Talacrest is offering number 176 of the 350 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso made.

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Finished in it’s original colour combination of Grigion Argento with Nero hide

Showing only 26690 kms (16584 miles) use from new – which is believed to be genuine – this superlative example was subject to a full £350k restoration from Bob Houghton – which was completed in 2017

The restoration work was comprehensively documented in the comprehensive history file, including Massini report, which comes with the car

Since the restoration, this Lusso which has been part of a special collection, has had minimal use and represents one of the finest examples of the model in existence

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