1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L LussoPrice Upon Request

Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

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• One of approximately 351 Ferrari 250 GT Lussos
• Originally delivered in black paint with red leather
• Delivered new to the US – since early 2000s in Europe
• Comprehensively restored
• Matching numbers engine
• Today presented in 1960s rosso Pininfarina with black interior

Reference Number 604723

as of 11/27/2020

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Ludwig-Ganghofer-Str. 1  Phone  +49-89-96051624  City  Wuppertal
82031 Gruenwald  Fax    State  Nordrhein-Westfalen
Germany  Mobile    Country  Germany Germany
Overview
Car 1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L Lusso
Small Series  1 of 351 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

Chassis number 5217GT is a beautiful and well-preserved Ferrari 250 GT Lusso in long-term ownership in Germany. The early history of the Lusso from 1976 onwards is fully known. It has presumably been delivered to the US when new and has stayed in the United States until 2003, when it was sold to the previous owner Karl-Gustav Diederichs in Germany by Uwe Meissner of Modena Motorsport.

 

Mr. Diederichs commissioned Modena Motorsport in Langenfeld, Germany to undertake a comprehensive restoration for the total costs of 110.000 € in 2005. Mr. Diederichs also decided to change the original black paint to a 1960s Rosso Pininfarina. The interior had already been changed from red to black in the US. Modena Motorsport carefully restored all worn out parts, such as the dashboard cover, the door panels, the headliner, the mid-tunnel trim, the floor carpeting and the boot lining.

 

After the restoration, Mr. Diederichs kept the Lusso for another five years, until he sold the Ferrari to the current German owner. Although the restoration is already 15 years old, the car still presents itself in a very well-preserved state. The Lusso has been carefully looked after by the current owner and it runs and drives incredibly well.

 

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