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post #1 of 15 Old 01-21-2013, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ferrari 250 SWB body for sell in Italy

Hi,

I found this on the net. Did anyone know something more abot that body?

1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta for sale: Anamera

I had been already sold?

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It probably has a body number on it somewhere. There were many SWB projects that rebodied the chassis, including the Breadvan and others, so no surprise there would be a body or two floating around out there.

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Sorry, I don't understend very well, that means the body is not original or was made to be like an extra body for the already existed chassis?

Have someone from the forum contacted the owner?

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Leot- No, it means a lot of 250 GT SWBs were rebodied with new coachwork in the past, so there should be some original bodies out there. This is probably one of them. The body number could tell someone like Marcel Massini which SWB originally had this body.

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I understand now.

I don't think that there are a lot of SWB bodys around,165 cars were build with steel bodywork and 75 units of which got aluminum body produced by Scaglietti. Maybe mr. Marcel Massini has same idea if the number of body still exist in Italy.

What will be the price of the body of such a car?

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Leot- No clue on that. If aluminum, a lot, if steel, less. The chassis without the body would be worth quite a bit more because that has all the Ferrari data plates.

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I would be very careful assuming it is a real body. It could quite easily be a replacement body that was discarded by someone restoring their SWB. After a couple of years in the sun and rain it would quickly look 50 years old.


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I understand now.

I don't think that there are a lot of SWB bodys around,165 cars were build with steel bodywork and 75 units of which got aluminum body produced by Scaglietti. Maybe mr. Marcel Massini has same idea if the number of body still exist in Italy.

What will be the price of the body of such a car?

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Around 165 250 GT SWB Berlinettas were built in total, steel and aluminium.
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Steven- That is what he said. 165, out of which 75 were aluminum bodied.

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Steven- That is what he said. 165, out of which 75 were aluminum bodied.
No, that's what he may have meant but he said "....165 cars were build with steel bodywork..."

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"I don't think that there are a lot of SWB bodys around,165 cars were build with steel bodywork and 75 units of which got aluminum body produced by Scaglietti."
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Steven- Grammar may be off, but I knew what he meant. I am sure either of us would have done far worse in his language than he did in ours.

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Steven- Grammar may be off, but I knew what he meant. I am sure either of us would have done far worse in his language than he did in ours.
I didn't look where Leot was from. Yes, I agree with you. Respect to him as I speak zero Slovenian.
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Sorry guys, my grammar is not very good, because I don't write a lot of in English..I will try to correct using Microsoft world and staff like that..I know is not the right topic, but I wouldlike to use this opportunity to ask another question...

This is the first Ferrari with the "grill horse" on the bonnet
Ferrari 410 Superamerica Scaglietti (Series II) 1957 pictures

But in the nowadays photos is disappeared..it was just a sticker or what?
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Your English is remarkably good!
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But in the nowadays photos is disappeared..it was just a sticker or what?
It is extremely unlikely to have been a sticker. Handcut badges were quite common in the 1950's on many cars, particularly exclusive ones. I know several '50ies Ferraris that have the country designation in a metal letter ("F" or "I" for instance).

This car is featured in the amazing book "Making a difference" by Angelo Anselmi and Marcel Massini, and in there there 3 other photographs besides the one you posted. On the second I think I can see that the badge is raised. But it is hard to give a conclusive verdict.

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