Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, later nicknamed the SEFAC Hot Rod and internally known as the Comp/61, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Since Ferrari was known as SEFAC in 1961, these cars naturally took on the team’s name and was produced in a modest batch of 165 cars over three years. The Short-Wheelbase, or SWB, as it is affectionately known, occupies a unique and important link in the Ferrari racing lineage as a short-wheelbase evolution of the uber-successful 250 GT ‘Tour de France’ berlinetta that dominated the late 1950s, and a direct precursor to that apogee of front-engine road-racing development, the 250 GTO. Produced in a modest batch of 165 cars over three years, the SWB claims rarity yet was produced in sufficient numbers to allow for discreet competition and road-going versions, the latter of which were nearly as powerful as the racing car but were luxuriously trimmed and bodied in steel.
Limited edition print of 1/25, hand signed, numbered and embossed with a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA).
Art prints are produced via fine art digital printing using specialist archival pigment inks and 308gsm acid-free paper with excellent depth of colour, longevity and stability.
The print comes with white borders on all sides to allow ease of handling and framing.
Signed CoA includes image, name and details of the work and is printed on 308gsm paper.
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