Styled by Pininfarina, this was the second generation cabriolet of the Ferrari 250GT and appeared for the first time at the Paris Salon in 1959. It bore a distinct resemblance to the 250 GT Coupe, styled by the same coach builder.
The new car succeeded admirably in its aim to match others on the road in terms of performance, elegance and finish. Every one of the 200 built was slightly different, having individual styling to meet the needs of each customer. Finished in the usual Ferrari colour of 'Rosso Corsa' with beige hide interior and V12 engine, this car really does offer superb touring performance matched by very few cars of its era.