Ferrari 250 GTO From 1964 - The Wanted Classic Car

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Jan Keteleer Profile picture The most desired classic car is the Ferrari 250 GTO. This sports car can be regarded as the birthstone of the modern day racing car. The base model of this automobile was the first vehicle to use the air-cooled flat-plane engine without an internal combustion engine. The production model was improved with styling that has become synonymous with classic cars around the world.

In the mid-1960's the Ferrari 250 GTO achieved a high public appeal due to its success in racing tournaments organized by racing car companies in countries like Italy, Britain, and Belgium. This Ferrari 250 GTO achieved its first victory in the prestigious Le Mans race in France. The next major milestone for the Italian car was at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida, USA. This car won the first of its six attempts at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It was followed by four more victories at the same event and then qualified for the final competition, the United States Grand Prix event, which it narrowly missed out on by only a few points.

From the beginning the car set the trend for what would soon become popularly known as the classic car. The production version was slightly larger and set to use the flat-plane V12 that had been introduced previously. The first drivers of the car included Piero Astori, Piero Rabassone, and Enzo Ferrari. From the first taste of success there were more Ferrari 250 GTO from various designers such as Greco and Piero Brocci. With the addition of new technology and the

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