Ferrari 250 GTO with chassis number 3413GT was constructed in April of 1962. It is a left hand drive vehicle and used by Hill and Forghieri as a training car at the Targa Florio. Its first owner was Edoardo Lualdi Gabardi who entered the car in competition during the 1962 and 1963 years. The car was entered into many hillclimb events and provided podium finishes in most of its attempts. The car was sold in 1963 to Gianni Bulgari who continued the cars racing pedigree. It was entered into the 1963 Targa Florio and driven by Bulgari and Maurizio Grana to a Fourth Overall and First in Class. A First Overall was achieved at the Coppa FISA in Monza.
It was sold to Corrado Ferlaino at the close of 1963 who had the car re-bodied by the factory and given a Type 64 body style that was void of a rear spoiler. It was entered into the 1964 Targa Florio where it was driven by Ferlaino and Luigi Taramazzo to a Fifth Overall and First in Class. After that outing, Ferlaino competed in Hillclimb events before selling it in 1965 to Dan Margulies.
The car has passed through ownership since that time and has continued to be entered into competition. It was brought to the 30th Anniversary GTO tour in 1992 and the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 1993 under the care of Tony Merrick. It was sold to Lindsay Owen in 1994 for a mind-staggering seven million dollars. The owner brought the car to the Coys Historic Festival at Silverstone in 1994 and 1995. In 2000 the car was purchased by Gregory Whitten. It has been raced at the 2004 Monterey Historic Races at Laguna Seca in 2004 and the 2007 Cavallino Classic.Also photographed at :