Books - Ferrari 250 GTO, The Autobiography of 4153 GT (Great Cars #7) (Author: Bluemel)
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ferrari 250 GTO, The Autobiography of 4153GT Weight 2.5kg by Keith Bluemel Chassis 4153GT was one of the more famous 250 GTOs, the car making its competition debut at Le Mans in 1963, two weeks after delivery to Pierre Dumay, finishing fourth overall. The car continued to be campaigned by Ecurie Francorchamps through 1963 and ‘64, winning the Tour de France along the way and then passed to another new owner in Spain who continued to compete in a wide variety of events. The specific build and race history of the car is fully documented here and is combined with the stories of other GTOs racing alongside, to give a lavishly illustrated history of the type in general.
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