This Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta Competition Coupe is a Left Hand Drive example with chassis number 2095GT. It is the 37th example created and was completed in August of 1960. The first owner was Dr. Alberico Cacciari or Bologna, Italy who used it in compettiiton. It was driven the Coppa dei due mare, the Coppa Inter Europa in Monza, the 1000km Paris, Montlhéry, and the Coppa Sant'Ambroeus, Monza where it finished 2nd overall. The next race, a six hour event, it failed to finish. It placed third at the Mille Miglia Rally and 3rd in Class at the Grand Prix of Pescara. At the Targa Florio, it failed to finish.
It was sold in 1962 to Hans-Georg Plaut who raced it in 1962 and 1963. It scored 4th overall at the German Grand Prix and 18th at the Spa 500km.
Peter Lindner purchased the car in 1963 who sold it a year later to Erich Bitter. Bitter raced in two events in 1964 with a 3rd in Class being the best finish. Also that year the engine was replaced with engine number 5213GT from a 250 GT Lusso. Karl Stuver purchased the car in the mid-1960s; Lloyd rex of Boulder Colorado purchased the car near the close of 1967. In 1974, it was purchased by its present owner. It has been raced in vintage events since then, mostly the Monterey Historic Races.Also photographed at :