Another great Ferrari coming to the 2021 Cavallino Classic Concorso: The 250 TR, s/n 0704 TR, the only unrestored Testa Rossa in existence. An ex-works car, 1958 race results include wins at the 12 Hours of Sebring and Buenos Aires 1000 kms, 2nd at the Nürburgring 1000 km, 4th at the Targa Florio and the leading TR at Le Mans until a clutch failure that would propel the sister car to victory.
This is the second prototype, raced by the most highly regarded, famous team drivers of the period – Phil Hill, Peter Collins, Mike Hawthorn, Olivier Gendebien, Maurice Trintignant, Masten Gregory, Wolfgang Seidel and Richie Ginther.
The car was donated to The Henry Ford museum in 1967 where it would reside for over 30 years and has most recently been owned by some of Europe’s most discerning collectors.
It was shown at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 2014, winning 4 Major Awards.
0704 TR has its original engine, gearbox, chassis and body, and is one of the very most important Ferrari in existence! (Full article in Cavallino 174.)
Only the best of everything at the Cavallino Classic.
Cavallino Classic Concorso d’Eleganza – Saturday, April 24 – at The Breakers.
100 rare vintage Ferraris generously spaced across the front lawn of The Breakers for international judging. 30th Anniversary Year. One of top 8 Concours worldwide.
Limited tickets available & must be pre-ordered online.
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