Until the early 1960s, Ferrari produced road cars in very limited numbers, usually by request for well-heeled customers. That changed with the 250. The first 250 was the Europa from the mid-50s, and would go on to become the first "mass produced" Ferrari. This well-documented 1960 250 GT Series II was sold in Milan, Italy, and has a host of desirable options. First among them is the Tipo 128F V12, an upgraded version of the previous 3-liter V12. The car came with factory four-wheel disc brakes and an overdrive transmission, with a while exterior of red leather interior. Still in its original colors and in good mechanical condition, this 250 GT is is an excellent example of a turning point in Ferrari's history.