This 250 GTO, chassis number 3387, is the second GTO produced. It is also referred to as the second production prototype. It was completed in March of 1962 and was nearly identical to chassis 3223. During early testing at Monza, the car received a small tail spoiler, a modified fuel filler and vents worked into the rear fenders.
Ownership passed from Ferrari to Luigi Chinetti Motors on March 16, 1962. Chinetti wanted the car to run under NART banner at Sebring on March 24th. It was air-freighted Miami on Alitalia and registered in New York State. At Sebring, it was piloted by Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien to a second overall and first in class. The car was returned to the factory and overhauled in preparation for Le Mans, where it finished sixth overall and third in class.
While total production of only 39 cars ensures exclusivity, this car has an additional layer added because it was raced as a factory team car.