After several months wait I can finally release some of the pictures from a shoot that happened way back in March, at GTO Engineering Ltd. As classic Ferrari restoration and preparation specialists, it will come as no surprise that GTO’s barn-conversion hide-out in the Berkshire countryside is one hell of a place to walk into for anyone with a hint of petrolhead about them. Priceless works of automotive art fill the workshop in various states of repair, each one of them clean enough to make for nervous steps when walking amongst them. Wonderful sights are on tap in each part of the workshop, engine room, fabrication shop and more.
A personal highlight; the LM. I’d never seen a 250 LM in the flesh, or certainly not that close before and it was one hell of a sight, especially with its long rear cover raised in the air. I hope my photos do the cars and workshop justice. Many thanks again to GTO Engineering.