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Model

Drogo Ferrari 250 GTE #3405GT
Drogo Ferrari 250 GTE #3405GT
9.7/10 rating (3 votes)

Description

It is not exactly known when this 250 GTE received the Berlinetta body, and by who. The car was born as a 2+2 coupe and had its chassis shortened and rebodied allegedly by Drogo. Coachbuild.com learned that the car may however have been rebodied by Giordanengo in Boves, Cuneo Italy: "The Drogo body was copied on an original Drogo; first owner was Libero Liberati (ex Motogp rider with MV Agusta)".

The car was once owned by Swiss scapyard owner, car dealer and former racing driver Pierre De Siebenthal and is therefore known as the 'De Siebenthal car'. Giordanengo rebodied several cars for De Siebenthal.

Specifications

31.01.18
2578

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