1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan
Limited Edition Print : 200 pieces
Sketch, Oil and Digital Artwork.
Produced on 270gsm Matt Art Stock.
The infamous 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan.
A car that has a history like no other Ferrari:
> Started out life in 1961 as a 250GT SWB, dubbed the ‘SEFAC Hot Rod’ due to it being the ultimate SWB spec at the time.
> Competed strongly at the Tour de France & Daytona.
> Converted to the unique Kamm tail body (designed by Bizzarrini) in 1962 by wealthy Italian; Count Volpi, using a team of engineers who had walked out of Ferrari. The Breadvan was developed against the wishes of Enzo Ferrari
> Labelled the Breadvan by the British press and ‘la Camionette’ (little truck) by the French. Disparaging terms at the time, now used more affectionately
> The vehicle competed in the ‘62 Le Mans, and was leading all the other Factory 250GTOs before a broken propshaft forced retirement
> Painted black as a joke by Gianni Agnelli as it reminded him of a hearse.
> Involved in a police chase on the French Riviera, driven by playboy Gunter Sachs (later husband of Bridget Bardot). Car then impounded for a period of time.
> Front end destroyed in ‘76 at Brands Hatch
> Restored and raced regularly, now owned by Martin Halusa.
Your Artwork will be digitally signed by the Artist and well as being numbered with its own limited edition number.
Available in a range of print sizes, unframed, framed or as canvas art.
Framed items will come with a white mount and have a choice of white, black or natural wood frame. Please state your preference when ordering.
£30.00 Regular Price