International Classic Ferrari Specialist GTO Engineering At The London Classic Car Show


February 18, 2016 By Mike Lee
Last updated on February 18, 2016

International Classic Ferrari Specialist GTO Engineering

  • World’s leading specialist in classic Ferrari participates in the show on Quaife stand
  • GTO Engineering brings a 250 SWB Competition Berlinetta along with a selection of luxury items from the GTO London collection

GTO Engineering has chosen to bring the iconic 250 SWB Competition Berlinetta to showcase its skills as one of the most internationally renowned classic Ferrari specialists, at the London Classic Car Show, Excel, 18-21 February.

Partnering with Quaife, a global leader in high performance automotive drivetrain solutions, GTO Engineering’s 250 SWB will take pride of place on Quaife’s stand at the show, sporting a Quaife 4-speed gearbox.

“GTO Engineering and Quaife have enjoyed a mutually beneficial business relationship for years,” says GTO Engineering MD Mark Lyon. “It makes perfect sense to bring the Competition Berlinetta to the show as one of the best examples of our highly-specialised work at the top-end of the classic car industry.”

An impressive record shows the firm’s competence when it comes to 250 SWBs: only 165 SWBs were originally built, and GTO Engineering has worked on more than a third of them.

Elsewhere on the stand, a selection of GTO London’s luxury accessories engineered from original Ferrari parts or inspired by the celebrated Italian marque will be on display: from key fobs, cufflinks, pins and money clips to leather hip flasks, cigar cases and leather wallets, each hand-made item is created by GTO London, the designer arm of GTO Engineering.

GTO Engineering and GTO London can be found on the Quaife stand (G40), on the North side of the Grand Avenue, at the London Classic Car Show; now in its second year, the Capital’s only event of its kind gathers the best names in the classic car world, for the delight of car collectors, owners and enthusiasts. More than 25,000 visitors attended the 2015 show and this year’s event, with more hall space, exhibitors, clubs and marques participating, promises to be an appointment not to miss.