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Ferrari 250 GT Boano "numero uno"

Completed:

1956


Originally delivered:

Italy

Original colour:

Rosso

Original interior:

Blue Chiaro


Comments:

The 250 GT Boano has been delivered in Italy in 1956 to its first owner Piero

Volpi living in Milano/Italy. It seems that he kept the car until 1965 when it was

bought by an Austrian new owner from Vienna. The car still carries its Austrian so

called "Einzelgenehmigung" which is the old Austrian logbook still valid today. By

this the history of our Boano is perfectly documented having had only four

owners in Austria and up from 1999 just one owner in Germany who has kept the

Boano in his climate controlled garage as an important piece of his famous

Ferrari collection.


The Boano on offer represents with SN # 0505 GT the first 250 GT ever made at

the works of Mario Boano. The "Number One" Boano carries some very

interesting details compared to later cars. The roof line is lowered by another 2

cm, it is equipped with alloy inner fenders and has an earlier type of gearbox

having been used for the Europa GT and early Tour de Frances.


The last Austrian owner commisioned a nut and bolt restoration in the late

nineties to the famous and well known shop of Egidio Brandoli near to Modena.

The interior work has been carried out at the most famous company Fratelli Lupi

which was the original Ferrari supplier in the old days. The technical side of

things have been done at Modena Motors. Although the restoration had been

carried out in the nineties the 250 GT Boano looks still like a new car.


It received lately a major service in our workshop going through carburettors,

ignition, changing fluids and carrying out some detailing work. I would say that it

is today in near to new condition thoughout waiting for the next enthusiast to

enjoy it.


The 250 GT Boano are marvellous collector items representing a part of the

early Ferrari history. They were built up on the same Tipo 508 frame, the same

Tipo 128 B engine, same suspension and same brakes as the more known and

highly desirable Tour de France which were produced by Ferrari in the same

time.


The Low Roof 250 GT Boano is elegible for most of the events on the planet

and especially for the Mille Miglia.


With its very early serial number, its known history, its special features and

being the first 250 GT Boano made it seems to be a great opportunity to

aqcuire an important Ferrari.



Price:

On request



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