1967 Ferrari 250 SWB Competition Berlinetta Rebody TR 365 330 458 550 F12 246
Price: US $595,000.00 Item location: Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ferrari
- Model: Other
- Trim: 250 SWB Competition Berlinetta ReBody
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 6,129
- VIN: 8127
- Color: Grigio
- Engine size: V12
- Number of cylinders: 12
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Nero
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Ferrari Other1967 Ferrari 250 SWB Competizione Berlinetta Rebody
Built in Italy by Allegretti in Alloy Competition Body Specification
Qualifies for Various Rally & Race Events
Genuine 330 GT Series 2 Chassis # 8127
Fresh Thorough Service!
9,863 KM - 6,129 Miles
Ferrari sports racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s are among the most desirable, eautiful, nd valuable cars in
existence. Dominant in racing, pleasure to drive, nd highly collectible, hey are the holy grail in the
collector car sphere and are now so valuable that they are rarely used, epriving the public and their owners of
the joy of experiencing them. Consequently, igh-quality reconfigurations using Ferrari mechanical
components and faithfully recreate the construction of the original cars have garnered the interest of Ferrari
enthusiasts and collectors seeking the experience of some of the most significant automobiles ever constructed
without the multi million dollar price tags.
This car captures the essence of the SWB, iving a raw aesthetic and visceral experience driving experience. Chassis number 8127 was delivered new in 1967 to its first owner in Germany and was exported to the US sometime in the mid 1970’s. It was rebuilt as a 250 SWB Competition Berlinetta in Italy in the early 2000's . This 250 SWB uses Engine #062 from 330GT #5641. The evocative bodywork, eaturing correct front and rear brake cooling ducts, s handsomely finished in metallic gray with Nero Black interior. Attached you will see the aluminum quick release Monza fuel filler cap and the rare find grille-mounted Marchal driving lamps. Completing the exterior are freshly polished Authentic Borrani Wire Wheels, ncluding 9" Rears wrapped in Michelin XWX rubber.
From the shape & style of the vehicle you can see that it is a sorted and cared for car. Having been painted near 15 years ago, he paint still gives excellent gloss and shine. The body is straight and bright trim is presentable and nice. The engine is very clean, nd impressive to view due to the tri-Weber carburetor setup. The body, oors, oof, runk are aluminum, hile the hood appears to be aluminum-wrapped around a composite material (fiberglass). The interior features supportive and comfortable high sided period-style competition bucket seats handsomely upholstered in black leather and competition type lightweight sliding perspex side windows accompanied by a period correct Ferrari wood rimmed steering wheel. The dash in finished in the correct black crackle texture & black faced Veglia Instruments, ll functioning as they should. The car is a pleasure to drive, ightweightdoors give the competition feel minute you enter thesparse interior. The wonderful gearbox, nd excellent power through the gear range with the added bonus of a gorgeous exhaust note from each one, s the thing of legends.A rare opportunity to own an exclusive vehicle that can be enjoyed on the street, rack, n road rally andinvitationonly events throughout the world. A genuine Alloy Comp SWB just recently failed to meet reserve at over $15mm in a Monterey auction. This vehicle delivers similar thrill, un, njoyment, erformance, nd of course beauty for far less investment. The market in these rebodys continue to grow due to the increasing value of their counterparts, he desire to drive these investments grows more and more while the value allows these vehicles to be enjoyed less and less in public, his SWB begs to be enjoyed as they should be enjoyed.