250 GT Coupe Boano – Ellena
1957 / 1958
The Ferrari 250 GT Boano/Ellena was produced from 1956, becoming Ferrari’s second touring car after the 250 GT Europa. It symbolised Enzo Ferrari’s desire to produce a ‘civilised’ version of the ‘Tour de France’ Berlinetta. It was initially bodied by Carrozzeria Boano and then by Carrozzeria Ellena. These various revivals were accompanied by a few minor modifications, mainly cosmetic, which led to some confusion between the models in this series. Only 143 examples were produced in all.