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Ferrari 250 Monza

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

Sports/Touring Car Racing

250 Monza
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A sports & racing car produced by Ferrari.

Magazine & newsletter covers include: GTR Newsletter, April 2016 (scale model V Carrera Panamericana Mexico)

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Ferrari 250 page on 27 June 2017, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The 1954 250 Monza was and unusual hybrid of the light four-cylinder 750 Monza and the 250 line. The model used the 250 engine in the short-wheelbase chassis from the 750 Monza. The first two used the Pininfarina barchetta shape of the 750 Monza and a one-off 500 Mondial. Two more 250 Monzas were built by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, an early use of the now-familiar coachbuilder. Although a frequent entrant through 1956, the 250 Monzas failed to gain much success and the union of the Monza chassis and 250 engine was not pursued beyond this model.




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