Ferrari 250 GT Lusso 1963 zee.psd
The Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari introduced the Lusso in 1975, the final model of the 250 lineage. The Colombo V12 powered this high-performance gran turismo. This particular example is a superbly restored example of the first-generation car, and the car's period-correct interior and Blaupunkt radio are a welcome addition. Despite its age, the Lusso still retains its original engine and chassis, and is complete with its original gearbox and transmission.
The streamlined styling of the Lusso is inspired by the cars of the early 1960s. Its flowing lines direct airflow away from the driver, towards the rear spoiler. It has a luggage shelf for easy transport. It is also possible to customize the car with custom upholstery. It has a 3.2-litre V-12 engine, a five-speed manual transmission, a full-length trunk, and air conditioning.
The 250 GT Lusso was a rare car. The car was designed for speed and luxury and featured beautiful styling, leather-trimmed interior, and a powerful V-12 engine. The two-cam Colombo engine was a lightweight, two-cam design and produced 250 bhp at 7,500 rpm. It was built on a short wheelbase chassis. The rear end was inspired by motorsports and looks great regardless of its purpose.