REVIVING ITALIAN ARTISTRY: TIMELESS FERRARI RESTORATIONS, REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE.
We at Concours Sportscar Restoration epitomize the art of reviving Italian automotive history through our extensive expertise in the restoration and maintenance of iconic Ferraris.
Ferrari ownership is a dream for many but can quickly turn into a nightmare if the car hasn’t been restored or maintained correctly. Ferrari’s from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s are what is typically found on any given day in our workshop for total restorations, partial restorations, recommissioning or major mechanical overhauls.
Ferrari Dino Restorations
Named after Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari, the Ferrari Dino series holds a unique place in Ferrari’s history. The Ferrari Dino lineup represents an exquisite blend of performance and elegance. They represent a departure from the traditional front-engine V12 Ferraris, featuring mid-engine V6 configurations.
Having restored and worked on numerous 246 GT and 246 GTS Dinos, our team possesses an intimate understanding of the Dino’s unique design and engineering, allowing us to execute restorations that pay homage to the essence of these iconic models.
FERRARI 1950s & 60s RESTORATIONS
The 1950s and 1960s marked an era of unparalleled innovation and racing success for Ferrari, giving birth to legendary models such as the Ferrari 250 series, including the iconic 250 GTO, 250 “Lusso”, 250 California Spyder, then later the very collectable 330 GTC & 275GTB among others. These Ferraris epitomize the pinnacle of automotive design, racing pedigree, and collectability.
FERRARI 1970s & 80s RESTORATIONS
The 1970s and 1980s witnessed Ferrari’s continued evolution, introducing models that combined performance with evolving design trends and technological advancements. This era includes iconic models like the Ferrari Daytona (365 GTB/4), the Berlinetta Boxer series, Testarossa and the introduction of the 308 GTB.
From intricate engine rebuilds to revitalizing the distinct body shapes and era-specific interior elements, our craftsmen ensure these Ferraris from the 1970s and 1980s exude the same allure and performance that defined this transformative period.