Ferrari 250 SWB Competizione Chassis 2445 - 1961 – Coachwork by Drogo
Delivered new to Ecurie Francorchamps in May 1961 this is one of only 21 Competizione models made.
It was entered at Le Mans in 1962 for Georges Berger and Robert Darville to drive. Their race ended in the 4th hour when it hit the bank at Arnage.
The car was sent to Italy to be repaired by Piero Drogo who designed and built the unique and attractive coachwork.
The Ferrari 250 SWB Competizione Chassis 2445 – 1961, coachwork by Drogo was featured in the Italian press of 1964 as « Drogo’s latest racing GT car ».
Subsequently it was used as a road car and was owned by the actor James Coburn.
Recently restored to competition specification it proved to be the fastest of all 250 SWBs when it appeared at the 2010 Goodwood Revival. This was it’s first race for nearly 50 years.
Ferrari 250 SWB Competizione Chassis 2445 – 1961, Coachwork by Drogo was presented at Rétromobile 2011 Auto Show, Paris.
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