How European is this? A vintage Ferrari, a small seaside French city, a classy little restaurant with tables in the sidewalk! They always talk about the American dream, but this “European Dream” seems a lot cooler to us. Well, it’s more sophisticated anyway.
The car spotted in front of Le Surcouf restaurant in La Trinité-sur-Mer, Brittany, is no other than the gorgeous Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase Berlinetta. This magnificent coupe, which is forefather of the 599 and the F12, has a 280 PS engine in its most powerful version, and one of the most iconic designs in the history of cars.
Our most favorite features of the Ferrari 250 GT include the short front overhang, the fast back body, the wire wheels, and the quad tailpipes. So yes, pretty much all of it. We also admire the character of the owner of this priceless car who instead of locking it up drives it to lunch!