51. Ferrari 250 swb

51. Ferrari 250 swb


The company’s most successful early line, the 250 series included several variants. Most 250 road cars share the same two wheelbases, 2,400 mm (94.5 inch) for short wheelbase (swb) and 2,600 mm (102,4 inch) for long wheelbase (lwb). Most convertibles used the swb type. Nearly all 250 s share the same engine : The Colombo Tipo 125V12. At 2.953 cc, it is not a larger engine even for the time, but its light weight and impressive output (up to 300 ps in the Testa Rossa and GTO) made a big difference. The Ferrari V12 weighed hundreds of pounds less than its chief competitors – for example, it was nearly half the weight of the Jaguar XK straight 6. As for naming convention Ferrari used capacity of 1 cylinder as a name The light V12 propelled the small Ferrari 250 racing cars to numerous victories.

Original watercolour of Ferrari 250 swb


  • Signed by the Dutch artist Giovanni Casander himself
  • Watercolour on art paper
  • Not framed
  • Free International Shipping
  • Size : 30 x 21 cm = 11.81” x 8.27”
  • Price : € 495,–


Prints of this watercolour

  • Limited Edition art print (100 pcs) € 49,– each, numbered
  • Shipping Europe € 15,– , worldwide on request



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