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This 1960 Cabriolet is the ultimate gentleman’s ride
Sometimes you’re in a demanding mood. You want speed as well as style. Can we recommend this 1960 Ferrari Cabriolet Series II by Pininfarina?
A fine cruising machine, the smoky gem was built for Italian businessman Angelo Moratti. It’s the 33rd of just 201 ever made. A luxurious masterpiece, the make is powered by the original Colombo V12 and has otherwise been entirely restored. She’s got a mere 39,324 miles on the odometer and comes complete with a coveted factory hardtop.
Having made its debut at the 1959 Paris Motor Show, the ride is ready to change hands coming up this September 7th out of London. She’s supremely comfortable, but still intimidating enough to bear the Ferrari seal. A perfect ride for long jaunts down the Pacific Coast Highway. Maybe hit a vinyard or two on the way?
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