A barn-find Ferrari is about as good as it gets. In this episode, Barn Find Hunter host Tom Cotter pulls the cover off a gorgeous unrestored 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Ellena that has been sitting for over 40 years. With only 50 of these coupes ever built, it could be worth almost $700,000 in the right condition. This amazingly complete V-12 Ferrari was brought over from Switzerland in the 1970s by the current owner’s father, who was in the business of buying and selling cars, motorcycles, and airplanes he imported from Europe. Follow along as Tom goes through the details of this beautiful grand tourer, which is complete with an original factory tool kit and the oft-overlooked genuine European cigarette butts in the hand-etched ash tray.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/01/03/bfh-ferrari-250-gt-ellena