This Ferrari 250 GT Lusso is chassis number 4393 GT and is number 21 of the 350 Lussos built. It was completed at the Maranello Ferrari works in April of 1963. It was finished in a dark metallic red, Amaranto Italver, over a beige Connolly interior. It left the Ferrari factory for Belgian Ferrari importer Jacques Swater's garage Francorchamps and soon sold to its first customer through North American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti Motors.
In 1967, the car made its way to the West Coast when Jochen Di Giorgio of Sausalito, California, purchased the Italian GT before selling it to Chicago, Illinois, resident Robert White. By that point in history, the car had been refinished in a silver exterior over a black interior. IN the late 1970s, the car made its way back to California where it remained through the early 1980s before being purchased by Ferrari dealer Ed Waterman of Florida.
In the early 1990s, before being sold to a collector in Germany, the car received a more through restoration. The car remained in Germany until 1997 when it was imported to the Netherlands. Dutch Collector Anthony J. Mark van Way became the next custodian, followed by Uwe Meissner. Years later, it was sold to Belgian collector Dominique Balders before 4393 GT made its way back to the United states in 2006, where Maryland resident Donald Hekler became the next owner. The car was shown at the 2006 Ferrari club of America Nationals, held at Chantilly, Virginia. In 2007, it was acquired by the restoration shop owner and TV-show host Wayne Carini. In 2009, Mr. Carini's F40 Motorsports shop began a complete restoration of 4393 GT.
Upon completion, the car was painted in metallic-gray exterior. The car rides on classic Borrani wire wheels, fitted with correct Michelin XVS tires.
In 2012, the car was offered for sale at the Gooding & Company auction held in Scottsdale, AZ. It was estimated to sell for $750,000 - $900,000. As bidding came to a close, the car had sold for the sum of $880,000 inclusive of buyer's premium.