We are pleased to offer 1963 Ferrari 250 Lusso s/n 05073 GT/L. This user–friendly 250
Lusso has a fully documented ownership history going back over 25 years up to the current owner. This Lusso has good
compression; no smoke; runs at the right water temperature; has good oil pressure; the chassis feels tight; the
clutch and gearbox are excellent and it has no axle noise. The owner of the last five years has maintained his steed
well, rebuilding the carbs, master cylinder and booster, restored the steering wheel, replaced the tie rod ends and
tires. The engine compartment is clean and original. Lusso s/n 05073 GT/L is a pleasure to drive, with a nice tight
feel to the chassis, steering, clutch, and shifter, and good response from the engine. 250 Lusso s/n 05073 GT/L is
ready for the 2003 season, has an excellent patina and is priced well below other Lussos on the market today at
250 Lusso. Well documented ownership history. A user–friendly driver. Well sorted and event
ready. A pleasure to drive, with a nice tight feel to the chassis, steering, clutch, and shifter, and good response
from the engine. Excellent patina.
S/n 05073 GT.
1970s, with Ed Niles, Los Angeles, CA.
1976, owned by Andreas David Bothe, Fountain Valley, CA.
1979-80 Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Charles (Chuck) Reid, Houston,
1995, 18-21 Jan., Barrett-Jackson, Scottsdale, AZ. Burgundy metallic/black.
Same owner 20 years. We’re used to seeing trailer queen Ferraris so that when a true used car comes along, it
has its own appeal. You could buy it and &just drive it. Well bought.
1996, 30 Mar.-27 Apr., for sale in FML by Motorcar Gallery of Fort Lauderdale. Rosso
rubino with black leather. Nice unrestored example, complete and very original, one owner last 20 years. Very well
maintained, mechanically excellent, 85,881 km. Very good interior and fair paint.
1997, sold to the current owner, Virginia.