A classic car that disappears from sight for many years is not great news, but it becomes so when the car is a Ferrari, especially a convertible like this one.
It is in fact a 250 GT Cabriolet by Pininfarina, a second series, sold new to the first Italian owner residing near Milan, and purchased in blue with red interiors: the blue is no longer there as it has been replaced with the silver color, but the interior is the same as sixty years ago.
The car looks extremely original – color aside – and complete with all its parts, even the smallest. The seller says there is also the toolkit (although not complete), an additional set of Borrani rims and two spare bumpers. Every single body panel is matching and original with their correct number stampings intact. As you can imagine, the economic demand for this car is not low at all and yet, in these times when for a rare gas sign from the 1950s in perfect condition, more than a million dollars has been paid, the asking price does not seem so expensive. Find it for sale at $1,275,000 here in Astoria, NY.