The 250 LM was designed to replace the 250 GTO, as the change to mid-engine design was sweeping through the racing world in the mid-1960s, with the engine directly behind the driver. Never built in enough numbers for GT racing, the LM competed as a prototype and won Le Mans in 1965. This car is the 31st of 32 LMs built and was raced widely in Australia, driven by future Formula One World Champion Jackie Stewart.
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