Dick Lovett Specialist Cars, company that sells rare high-performance supercars, put up for sale 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso for GBP475,000. The 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso made its debut at the 1962 Paris auto show and continued in production until late 1964. The 2953cc engine came with three twin-choke Weber 36 DCS carburettors, with a twin coil and rear-of-engine mounted distributor ignition system, and it was claimed to produce 240 bhp.
The engine was coupled with a 4-speed + reverse all-synchromesh gearbox, with final drive through a propeller shaft to the rigid rear axle, for which two alternative ratios were available. It had an outside the vee spark plug design, of 2953 cc capacity, with a bore and stroke of 73 x 58.8 mm. The interior was leather-trimmed with a pair of deep bucket seats, behind which was a luggage platform with leather straps and a diamond quilted cover panel to the top of the parcel shelf. The instrument layout was unusual in that the two main dials â€“speedometer and rev counter.
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