A 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé by Pinin Farina was sold via RM Sotheby’s auction. It is the 293rd unit of all of its 353 examples made and all done in its original colors. Considered as the true gentleman’s Ferrari, it embodies the overall elegance of being a sporty car. It was first introduced during the 1958 Paris Motor Show and it boasts of a 240 bhp ,2953 cc SOHC V12 engine.
Some of its other specs include the 4speed manual transmission, live rear axle, four wheel hydraulic disc brakes and a wheelbase at 2,600mm among others. The vehicle serves as a tribute to all of the other Ferrari fanatics out there. Visit rmsothebys.com for more details.