CMC Ferrari 250 GTO, Laguna Seca, 2004
Limited Edition 2200 pcs.
The 250 GTO from the 1960s exerts a very special fascination on Ferrari fans. With it, the Scuderia succeeded in creating the racing car of the century, which still enjoys cult status today – because of its many sporting successes as well as its timeless elegance.
HISTORY (ORIGINAL VEHICLE)
Chassis 4219GT was sold new to American Mamie Spears Reynolds, daughter of Senator Robert Reynolds and heiress to the Reynolds tobacco fortune. She entered the car for Pedro Rodriguez in the 1963 Daytona Continental, which the young Mexican promptly won with start number #18. In the May of 1963, the car was sold to Beverly Spencer, who had it raced briefly with some successes at Laguna Seca, Monterey, Pacific Raceway, and Candlestick Raceway. Following its retirement from contemporary racing in 1964, chassis 4219GT was bought by George C. Dyer Sr., who had it painted dark blue. He used the car as a daily commuter. Although it has since changed hands once more in 1993, it retains the beautiful blue finish and remains one of the most original 250 GTOs in existence. CMC presents the vehicle as it appeared at Monterey Historical Races, Laguna Seca with start number #18 in 2004.
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