The schematics of the Ferrari 250 GTO have been redesigned, now for sale

UK-based Ferrari expert GTO Engineering has redesigned the Ferrari 250 series schematics using state-of-the-art computer aided design (CAD) tools.

Built from 1959 to 1964, the 250 series contains numerous models, the most famous being the 250 GTO, which holds the record as the most valuable collector car in the world. A complete set of schematics for the entire model range did not exist, so the company created them from scratch.

According to GTO Engineering, the finished product is available in digital format or as a printed catalog, with a total of 33 drawings over 80 pages, with the number of parts listed. The print version is the equivalent of $ 131 retail.

Schematics of the Ferrari 250 series by GTO Engineering

Schematics of the Ferrari 250 series by GTO Engineering

GTO Engineering considers itself uniquely positioned to recreate the schematics of the Ferrari 250 series because it not only regularly serves 250 different model names from GTO to 250 GT SWB, mid-engine 250 LM – but also makes replica parts. So in addition to helping Ferrari owners identify the parts they need with their schematics, the company can then sell those parts.

The company has built the entire car as part of its Revival series. So far it has tackled 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, 250 Testa Rossa, and 250 GT SWB California Spider. Known as Ferrari from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, the original California Spiders regularly brought eight numbers to auction.

In 2021, GTO Engineering has released Squalo, a modernized version of the 250 series featuring a bespoke tubular steel chassis, aluminum subframe and carbon-fiber body panel. Developed in-house by GTO Engineering, Squalo’s 4.0-liter V-8 produces about 460 horsepower and revs at 10,000 rpm.

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