Ferrari preserver re-opens for business after major revamp

| 11 Jan 2013

Five 250GTOs head a list of ultra-rare Ferraris that are being restored at the firm’s recently refurbished Classiche department in Maranello.

The workshop’s book of outstanding work reads like a mechanic’s dream and features cars such as two 250 Testa Rossas (including the 1958 Le Mans winner), three 250LMs, three 250GT Berlinettas, a 500TR and the 512M that came fourth at Le Mans in ’71.

Prior to its refurbishment, the building had completed full restorations on more than 60 cars and cast numerous new engine parts, including 25 V12 cylinder blocks and heads.

More than 3800 authentication certificates have also be processed.

Find out more about the Classiche department’s on the company’s website.