Ferrari's high-performance 250 line got a dose of practicality with the 250 GTE, introduced in 1960. The GTE line added a backseat, broadening the marque's appeal and helping keep the company's racing efforts going with nearly 1,000 sold over its production run. The 1963 250 GTE Series III shown here has an interesting history. 1963 was the final year of the 250 GTE's production run, and after passing through several owners, the car was converted to a race car in 1986 by the Northern Italian Racing Team. Painted red and fitted with a roll bar, the car competed in the Targa Florio Classica and the Coppa del Appennino. The car was restored in 2017 to its factory specs in the original Blu Sera over a tan interior, and after covering around 100,000 kilometers, still retains its numbers-matching engine.