1964 Ferrari 250 GTL Lusso BerlinettaSOLD

1964 Ferrari 250 GTL Lusso Berlinetta Serial Number 5529 GT

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We are pleased to offer 1964 Ferrari 250 Lusso s/n 5529 GT. This Lusso has just completed a $16,041.41 major mechanical service and brake system rebuild by Rod Drew’s Francorchamps of America. 250 Lusso s/n 5529 GT has exceptional Rosso Corsa paint with unusually nice black leather and unblemished light grey carpets over an “as–new” body. A gorgeous pampered Lusso that runs and drives as nicely as it looks! Documented history going back to the first owner and selling dealer.

The 250 Lusso was the last of the legendary 250 GT road cars and thanks to exquisite Pininfarina coachwork, the 250 Lusso remains one of the most aesthetically pleasing and best driving Ferrari road cars ever produced. With only 350 cars built, the 250 Lusso has always been the most collectable of the 250 GT road going Berlinettas. Thanks to a sweet running V–12, a Watts link rear suspension, a well spaced gearbox and disc brakes, the Lusso handles and drives as nicely as it looks.

250 Lusso s/n 5529 GT is complete with the original tool roll and tools. All matching numbers, of course. We welcome any mechanical or body inspection, as we do not believe there is a Lusso that can compare in today’s market in this price range. Ready for any touring event or show. Priced very right and seriously for sale at $549,500.

Reference Number 97182

as of 8/24/2010

Overview
Car 1964 Ferrari 250 GTL Lusso Berlinetta
VIN 5529 GT 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

S/n 5529 GT/L. 250 Scaglietti Berlinetta Lusso. April 1964 production. Chassis Tipo 539 U. Engine Tipo 168 U. Identified as 250 GT/L by Kurt Miska in his book “Berlinetta Lusso”. Destinazione unknown. See H. Raab “Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed.”.).

 

1964, Summer, sold new through Charles Stewart Motors in Miami (then an authorized Ferrari dealer) to John Annis, Tampa, FL.

 

1967, January, traded in through Chinetti towards 275 GTB/4 s/n 9501, an alloy 275 GTB/4.

 

1968–1971, in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, owned by Louis Mouton, Jr., Pomona, CA.

 

1974, California title issued by DMV to Louis Mouton Jr., Pomona, CA 91768. Plates WET690.

 

1977, 26 Jan., registered in CA by Louis Mouton Jr. of Pomona, CA.

 

1979–1993, listed in 1979–1993 FOCUSA Rosters by Louis Mouton, Jr., Pomona, CA.

 

1979–1980, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Louis Mouton, Pomona, CA.

 

1980, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Mouton.

 

1982–1983, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Louis Mouton, Pomona, CA.

 

1984–1985, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Louis Mouton, Pomona, CA.

 

1986–1987, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Louis Mouton, Pomona, CA.

 

Mouton continued to list as the owner in the 1988-1991 FOC Rosters.

 

1987, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue # 1201 by Forristall’s G.T. Cars, Houston, TX. Rosso rubino with black interior. Old paint, no rust, seats have been redone in vinyl. Excellent compression, very little smoke, good gearbox & good clutch.

 

1987, 6 Feb., sold by Forristall’s GT Cars to Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Sales, Costa Mesa, CA, paid $58,000.

 

1987, 11 Aug., sold to John Ortega, South Coast Trading, in Placentia, CA by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Sales. Sold wholesale. $65K.

 

1987–1988, restored by Harold White, Harold White Enterprises, 35768 Rice Canyon Road, Fallbrook, CA.

 

1989, 6 Oct., purchased from John Ortega of Balboa, CA 92661 by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto for $495,000. Fresh restoration in red/black.

 

1989, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue # 1422 by European Auto, Costa Mesa, CA. Red with tan interior. Restoration just completed by very good shop in Southern California.

 

1989, 1 Nov., sold to Dave Livingston, S&D Motors, 4445 54th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 by European Auto Sales for $515,000.

 

1993, sold by Dave Livingston to Vintage Motor Car Company, Encinitas, CA.

 

1993, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue # 1807 by Vintage Motor Car Company, Encinitas, CA. Display ad only. Sold before ad was published to Skeets Dunn.

 

1993, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster by C.A. “Skeets” Dunn, Rancho Santa Fe, CA.

 

1994, 24 Apr., owned by Dunn. Red with black interior. Recent restoration. Mileage 93,631. Ex–David Livingston car.

 

1995–1996, Skeets Dunn. See Cavallino issue #94, page # 21. Cavallino issue #88 page #10.

 

1995, 30 Apr., shown at the Skeets & Sharon Dunn Picnic, Osuna Ranch, CA by Skeets Dunn. See Cavallino issue #88 page #10.

 

1996, 1–2 June, seen at the Osuna Ranch Ferrari picnic, owned by Charles “Skeets” Dunn of CA.

 

2003, 10 June, one of five older cars inspected by M. Sheehan and Jim Lyons in the Glenn Doshay collection. The cars inspected included the following:

 

 

1954 Bentley Continental fastback s/n BC66LV, Auto, LHD, burgundy with tan interior, red piping, very light colored wood, well detailed car, no A.C.

 

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB/2 Short nose s/n 7199. Fly yellow with black. Very nice car.

 

1957 BMW 507 s/n 70080, black. Fresh engine and mechanicals, so–so cosmetics.

 

1961 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet II s/n 2319. Engine and gearbox done by Rod Drew about 4 years ago. Black with tan leather. Very good mechanicals. Near new Borranis. Correct period tires.

 

1965 Ferrari Lusso s/n 5529, ex Skeets Dunn.

 

 

2008, 23 Sept., as per e–mail from Dave Seibert, car currently has 3 Weber 36 DCS carburetors fitted with numbers 2828–2823–2809.

 

2009, 13 Jan., serviced by Rod Drew, Francorchamps of America, Inc., 935 Sunset Drive, Ste. A, Costa Mesa, CA, 92627. Major service, degree cams, adjust valves, retorque heads, replace valve adjuster screws, rebuild water pump, rebuild master cylinder, bleed brakes, rebuild gearbox, replace all syncros and sliders, reseal differential, R&I gas tank, sublet and strip, seal fuel tank, rebuild cards, replace all fluids and filters, total parts, labor and sublet $16,041.41.

 

2010, August, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris–online.com.