1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet

1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet

A competition built 1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet deserves an elegant presentation on a neatly cut concours lawn, but also requires a gear screaming burst on a winding country road now and again. Nothing like going out to your garage to get a long look at your investment portfolio. For those enthusiasts that hung onto their classic Ferraris, such as this 1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet, the collector car world is their gold mine.

This car has been SOLD.

The evolution of the classic Ferrari as an investment asset has been well documented in the past few weeks in Cars On Line.com reports from the Pebble Beach Concours (see 1962 Ferrari 250 PF CabrioletClassiCarNews.com, Ferraris at the Pebble Beach Concours.) So I guess we should not have been so surprised this week when we discovered that all the classic Ferraris listed in our Ferrari Section have been sold. Lucky for our readers, Exotic Classics.com from Syosset, New York has just listed this 1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet for sale. Be sure to click through to view the high quality photos of this elegant exotic sports car. Featured in the deepest black paint with red leather, the car includes a rare factory hardtop in matching black, along with a black soft top.
This one is chassis # 2341 with engine # 128F. Exotic Classics.com tells us it has been restored to Platinum-level standards by renowned experts, and it recently was awarded the Best Ferrari trophy at the 2012 Greenwich Concours. The restoration included a complete mechanical 1962 Ferrari 250 PF Cabrioletrebuild. It comes with its original books, leather pouch and tools. They have stated that all numbers match.

The 250 PF Cabriolet is often mistaken for the Ferrari California Spider because they look so similar. Mechanically they are identical with Ferrari’s famous 4-liter V-12, 4-speed manual transmission, and electric overdrive. Since the California Spider brings more money on average than a 250 PF Cabriolet an investor might consider it a bargain even with a six figure price tag. They say it cost over $215,000 to restore. Click here to view extensive photos of the restoration.

Collectors feel at this point that classic Ferraris still have a lot of appreciation to go. We are still in the early stages of this new Ferrari craze.

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