60th anniversary of the Ferrari 250 GT
The Ferrari Museum, Maranello, marking the 60th anniversary of the Ferrari 250 GT, has organised a series of exhibitions of the most famous cars to bear the 250 moniker.
The 1961 250 GT Berlinetta SWB (competition version) in which the great Stirling Moss won four races, together with the recently restored ‘Breadvan’ in the classic blue and white livery of Scot, Rob Walker feature, both feature the 3000 cc V12 engine designed by Gioachino Colombo.
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello is open every day between 9.30 and 19.00 and plays host to many other high profile historic cars in addition to our most successful Formula 1s and our newest and contemporary road-going GTs.
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