Ferrari 250 Gt Swb: The Remarkable History Of 2689gt

February 18, 2020|
Ferrari 250 Gt Swb: The Remarkable History Of 2689gt by Richard Heseltine
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The 250-series was an early Ferrari success story and in 1959 spawned one of the most recognisable sports cars ever built. It is now also one of the most coveted. The 250 GT Berlinetta (aka SWB, ‘Short Wheelbase’) had a dual role as supreme grand tourer and outstanding racing car. Chassis 2689GT, the subject of Ferrari 250 GT SWB, was purchased by amateur racer Pierre Dumay on behalf of his friend Pierre Noblet – who had written off his previous 250 GT SWB in an accident at Clermont-Ferrand. Shortly after taking delivery, Noblet and co-driver Jean Guichet took the new car to a class-winning third place overall in the Le Mans 24 Hours – the dawn of a relatively brief, but very bright, competition history.
Author and journalist Richard Heseltine writes with a focus on classic and contemporary performance cars and motor sport history. A former staff member of Classic & Sports Car and Motor Sport magazines, he is the author of books on subjects as diverse as small-series British sports cars, Italian coachbuilding, Ferrari design history, a...
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Title:Ferrari 250 Gt Swb: The Remarkable History Of 2689gtFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:128 pages, 11.38 X 9.75 X 0.75 inShipping dimensions:128 pages, 11.38 X 9.75 X 0.75 inPublished:February 18, 2020Publisher:Porter PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1907085874

ISBN - 13:9781907085871

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