These sports cars were the company’s most successful in the early line so we can’t get enough, and we have a lot to say since Ferrari is one of the most admirable car manufacturers.
There were several variants of the Ferrari 250 GT but today we will be putting our undivided attention to the 250 Cabriolet Pinin Farina Series I.
This beauty was in the 1960s it established the 250 lineage as the world’s foremost range of sports cars with six variants in one production.
Sergio Pinin Farina pointed out, “We were convinced the only way to survive was to make more cars for our clients.” Meaning existing Ferrari owners would add the 250 Cabriolet in their collection.
This was the company’s first true road car that offered the best of both worlds; luxury and performance.
In 2013 at RM Auctions, California, an amazing 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II Pinin Farina was sold for a whooping $1,292,500!
- 2-door convertible body type
- Rear-wheel drive, manual 5-speed gearbox
- Petrol (gasoline) engine with displacement: 2953 cm3 / 179.3 cui
- Characteristic dimensions: outside length: 4700 mm / 185 in, wheelbase: 2600 mm / 102.4 in
How fast is this car?
Top speed: 225 km/h
Accelerates: 0-60 mph