It's not every day that you see a Ferrari 250 GTO, much less five of them in the same place. But that's how many have returned home for some restoration work at the Ferrari Classiche garage.
If you're going to have your vintage Ferrari restored, you'd better do it right. And doing it right these days comes down to the Ferrari Classiche department. Since opening its doors in 2006, Maranello's in-house restoration garage has certified 3,800 classic Ferraris and completed 60 ground-up restorations, including a number of concours prize-winners. The department has unsurpassed access to the factory's technical archives and can even recast original parts. And in typical Ferrari style, it's showing no sign of slowing down.
Currently Ferrari Classiche has 24 cars it's working on for clients around the world. And among them are some very special examples indeed. Five of the thirty-six 250 GTOs are currently in the workshop for restoration - making this one of the biggest gatherings of GTOs ever to have taken place. Alongside the GTOs are a pair of 250 Testa Rossa (including Phil Hill's '58 Le Mans winner), three 250 LMs (of just 32 ever made), three 250 GT SWB Berlinettas and a handful more.