The 23rd of its kind built, this 1964 Ferrari 250 LM is one of the better examples still around — and thus one of the most desirable autos to bear the Prancing Horse. Chassis no. 6105, it was originally shown at 1964 Earl’s Court Motor Show before being entered into a number of races in England and throughout Europe, including two runs at the Le Mans Classic. Unlike many other 250 LMs to see action on the track, it has been certified by Ferrari Classiche as containing all of its original mechanical components, including the 3.3L 320 hp engine, fully independent double wishbone suspension, and rack and pinion steering, making it all the more rare.
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