Updated: Jul 23
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta By Scaglietti - The ‘SWB’ (short-wheelbase) designation arose from a chassis that, at 2,400mm in that respect, was 200mm shorter than that of the standard 250GT. Dressed with a bodywork that is widely considered Pinin Farina’s greatest masterpiece (constructed by Scaglietti), the 250GT SWB’s engine was Ferrari’s light and compact Colombo-designed 3.0-litre V12. Breathing through three twin-choke. For sales at Auxietre & Schmidt.
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