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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1961
Numbers built:20 (Comp '61)
Designed by:Pininfarina / Scaglietti
Predecessor:Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:March 14, 2005
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Chassis 2439GT Completed in May of 1961, this is the fifth 250 GT SWB built to Comp/61 or 'SEFAC Hot Rod' specification. It was sold new to Swedish racer Gunnar Andersson, who debuted it in the Spa 500km where he placed second. Sharing with Carl Lomander, he then went on to win the Mille M>>>

Chassis 2445GT Built to Comp/61 specification, this 250 GT SWB was sold new to Garage Francorchamps. The Belgian team fielded the car for Jacques van den Haute and later for Robert Crevits, who won several hill climb races during the 1961 and 1962 seasons. It was then fielded at the 1962 L>>>

Chassis 2701GT Chassis 2701GT was one of the Works cars until it crashed heavily during the trials for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Fully rebuilt by the factory it was sold to Count Carlo & Masalmo Leto di Priolo who raced Comp/61 in Italy throughout 1962. After its retirement from contemporar>>>

Chassis 2735GT Through Maranello Concessionaires, this 'SEFAC Hot Rod' was delivered new to noted British privateer Rob Walker. He fielded the car for Stirling Moss and Graham Hill at Le Mans but a water leak ended their charge early. Back in England, it was raced with great success by Mos>>>

Chassis 2845GT Sold new to Count Volpi's Scuderia Serenissima, this SEFAC Hot Rod debuted at the 1961 Tour de France where Maurice Trintignant and Paul Cavrois finished third overall. The following month, chassis 2845GT was entrusted to F1 racers Graham Hill and Joakim Bonnier, who finishe>>>

Chassis 2973GT Completed in September of 1961, this all alloy SWB was sold new to French privateer racer André Simon. He immediately fielded the car in the Tour de France but failed to finish due to engine issues. He then placed seventh overall in the Paris 1000km race at Montlhé>>>

Chassis 3005GT The very last Comp/61 or 'SEFAC Hot Rod' built, chassis 3005GT was sold new to Luigi Chinetti. It was finished in metallic grey and fitted by the factory with six Weber carburettors. Chinetti's North American Racing Team (NART) entered the very quick in the Paris 1000 km at >>>

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