The line of Ferrari 250 vehicles gives us some of the most recognizable and cherished Italian cars on the planet paying homage to the famous 250 GTO. Each vehicle with is own hand-made character within the family line, Ferrari garage artists tended to make unique one-offs and the Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan is one that adds to the exclusive characterization of the most expensive vehicles around today.
Today we stumble on an in-cabin Ferrari 250 GT SWB ‘Breadvan’ video of it making rounds the Nurburgring to pole at the 2013 Oldtimer Grand Prix. The sound is music any automotive enthusiast’s ears from the 3.0-liter V12 engine. Today’s successors of the 250 GT include that of the new Ferrari FF, something that will be a surprise to many enthusiasts – the ‘hatchback’ idea was long explored on the Italian mainland long before any of us were born.
Thanks for the tip Mike Hilal