1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta

The Ferrari 250 GT SWB was an evolution of the 250 GT that won the Tour de France back-to-back in 1957 and 1958. A shorter wheelbase, lighter chassis, and more aerodynamic bodywork was draped over the legendary three-liter Columbo V12, making 240 horsepower. For the first time in a Ferrari, disc brakes were fitted as standard equipment. In racing, the 250 GT SWB was immediately successful, taking the top for spots in its class at the 1960 Le Mans. The car left the factory in 1960 as the 34th of 165 250 GT SWBs built between 1959 and 1962. Sold new in Milan, the car was originally finished in Grigio over a Nero Connolly leather interior with a steel body. The second owner had the car rebodied by Carrozzeria Sports Cars in more modern, angular bodywork in 1969. It later moved to France and then England, where it was rebodied again in the '90s as a 250 GTO. The next English owner had the car rebodied for a third time in 250 GT SWB alloy bodywork, before it moved to Belgium where it was taken back to its original steel panels in 2009. This earned the car its Red Book Ferrari Classiche status in 2013. Retaining its original drivetrain and chassis, the car is now going to auction in the UK.

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