Ferrari 250 GTO Targa Florio art print


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Ferrari 250 GTO Targa Florio fine car art by Luis Ferrera.

Carefully produced with our giclée process to maximize color accuracy and resolution. At Simply Petrol, we use the highest-quality Hahnemühle fine art paper (315 gsm) with delicate texture and acid-free surface.

Giclée (French for “to spray”) is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed to saturate the fibers of the watercolor paper, resulting in pure, rich color and remarkable detail.



This Ferrari 250 GTO art is capturing one of the most iconic Ferrari cars ever created during its run at 1964 Targa Florio. The story of blue-yellow 250 GTO is more than interesting and we are more than happy to let you know this car is existing in a fully restored condition with its stunning livery.

This car was born as chassis #3445 GT. Its first owner was the Bologna-based Italian publisher Luciano Conti. He got his delivery in 1962 and sold the car later that year, after its maiden competition, the Bologna – Passo della Raticosa. The new owner of #3445 GT chassis became Count Giovanni Volpi di Misurata, a noble man with a racing passion. His team competed under the insignia of Venice Republic. During this stint of the car, the Ferrari 250 GTO won the Trophee d`Auvergne with Carlo Maria Abate behind the steering wheel.

Ferrari 250 GTO-Targa Florio-1964

Ulf Norinder from Sweden bought the car in April 1963. Due to the regulations of the day, he changed its color from red to blue-yellow livery, matching the colors of the Sweden flag. Norinder managed to win a track event in Vastkustloppet, Sweden. It finished second in the class twice in the Targa Florio of 1963 and 1964. It entered the latter competition with starting number 112 which the car bears today.

The chassis #3445 GT Ferrari 250 GTO changed its owners several times before its current owner, the American billionaire Chris Cox restored it with the help of Ferrari Classic division. Unfortunately he crashed his car into a Hyundai during Le Mans Classic competition and it was immediately sent back to Ferrari Classic for repairing.

Now you can own this piece of beautiful Targa Florio history in the form of excellent Ferrari 250 GTO art, created by Luis Ferrera and carefully issued by Simply Petrol.

luis-ferrera-portraitNative from Buenos Aires, Luis Ferrera has degrees in mechanics and graphic design. He was inspired to dedicate his artistic skills to cars by Hector Luis Bergandi and his work for CORSA magazine.

Luis started with pencils, following by Rotrings, tempera, then acrylics and paper and canvas. Now his art is combination of analog and digital work. In recent years Luis Ferrera is devoted to style less detailed and more plastic for just one reason – representing the essence of race cars: SPEED.


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Additional information


Large – 39.4 x 31 | 100 x 78,6 cm, Medium – 27.6 x 21.7 inches | 70 x 55 cm, Mini – 11.8 x 9.3 inches | 30 x 23,6 cm, Small – 19.7 x 15.7 inches | 50 x 40 cm, X-Large – 51.2 x 40.2 | 130 x 102 cm

Your art print

1. Framing

A frame is not included. Your #finecarart print deserves frame of its own that fits best to the environment you`d like to place it.

2. Shipping

You can choose between STANDARD and EXPRESS delivery. Visit our Shipping page to check out the delivery options in order to pick what fits your needs. You`ll find shortcut at the footer section of Simply Petrol.

3. Packaging

Your #finecarart print will be laid between two sheets of archival paper. They are pH neutral (i.e. between 7 and 8.5) and will therefore have no chemical interaction with any objects it contacts. The #finecarart print will be rolled with the help of a smaller tube and will be packed in a reasonably heavy mailing tube with secure end caps. The tube will be taped around the end caps to ensure a tight seal.

4. Care

In order to preserve this piece of #finecarart at its best, keep the print away from fluorescent lighting and direct sunlight and from areas with high humidity, and at normal room temperature between 18 – 23 °C // 64 – 73 °F.

 : Luis Ferrera
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