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  Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta      

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1960 - 1962
Numbers built:91
Introduced at:1959 Paris Motor Show
Designed by:Pininfarina
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 01, 2016
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Chassis 2221GT One of a handful of right hand drive SWBs built in 1960, this steel-bodied example was dispatched in October of 1960 to British importer Maranello Concessionaires. It was subsequently displayed at the Earls Court Motor Show and subsequently used by Ronnie Hoare on the road f>>>

Chassis 2243GT Through American distributor Luigi Chinetti, this 250 GT SWB was sold to American pilot Horace A. Gray III. Although it was fitted with a steel body, it featured several competition features like the open air-intake and external fuel filler. It was finished in grey with a da>>>

Chassis 2347GT Through Hollywood Sports Cars in Los Angeles and Modern Classic Motors in Reno, this steel bodied 250 GT SWB was sold new to prominent American enthusiast Jack Nethercutt. It had been finished in February of 1961 with a red exterior and a black interior. Nethercutt would own>>>

Chassis 2917GT Finished in a metallic blue and equipped with Solex carburettors, this road-going 250 GT SWB was delivered new to French distributor Franco-Brittanic Autos. They immediately displayed the car at the Paris Auto Salon, where it was bought by the first owner from the stand. Bef>>>

Chassis 3337GT Finished in grigio conchiglia with a red interior, this steel bodied 250 GT SWB was delivered new through the Hollywood Ferrari distributor. Among its first owners were noted American enthusiasts Bob Earl, Harley Cluxton and Robert L. Bodin. Following a spell in Canad>>>

Chassis 3359GT This 250 GT SWB was finished in left-hand drive and fitted with a steel body. The 132nd example completed, it was sold to an Italian customers. It remained in Italy until the early 1970s when it was sold to the United Kingdom through Tom Meade. Following a spell in the Unite>>>

Chassis 3401GT Finished in green with a black interior, this steel bodied car was the 135th of 165 250 GT SWB Berlinettas built. It was sold new to a Milan-based enthusiast and it changed hands several times before it joined a German collection in 1972. It remained there until 1985 when it>>>

Chassis 3507GT Finished in metallic grey with a beige leather interior, this steel bodied 250 GT SWB was sold new to Italian industrialist Giovanni Renato Scalabrin. Registered for the road in Vicenza as VI 63600, the 250 GT SWB was used extensively by Scalabrin, who had clocked up over 5,>>>

Chassis 4037GT Painted Rosso Chine over Pelle Nera, this 250 GT SWB was sold new to American enthusiast Walter Sheppard through Luigi Chinetti. Although it changed hands several times, the car remained in the New York area through to 1975 when it was sold to England. The new >>>

Chassis 4065GT The very last 250 GT SWB built, this steel bodied example was completed early in 1963. Finished in dark blue, it was sold to North America through US distributor Luigi Chinetti, who immediately shipped the car to the Otto Zipper dealership on the west coast. Here it was sold>>>


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