A variety of road and racing cars bore the 250 GT name. They were all built on a tubular-steel chassis. The 250 GT Europa and successor 250 GT Boano/Ellena cars had a wheelbase of 102 inches. The engine was a Colombo-designed three-liter V12, and the transmission was an all-synchromesh four-speed. Top speed was about 130 mph, and the cars were priced at $12,800 in the United States. This 250GT Europa was a special design by coachbuilder Pinin Farina with a flatter ellipse grille and large prancing horse in the center. The tips of the fenders were also pulled out and elliptical taillights were vertically mounted. This car was found in a garage in Burbank, CA, where it had been covered and unused for 30 years.
Ferrari 250 Europa GT Coupe with chassis number 0407GT is a Series 2 Pininfarina creation built with left-hand drive configuration. It has had only a few owners since new and has recently been shown at the 2007 Cavallino Classic. It is a two-door coupe finished in silver metallic with a red leather interior.Also photographed at :