Chassis number 3647GT is a right-hand drive, aluminum-bodied 250 GTO that was delivered to Col. Ronnie Hoare on June 6th of 1962. It was driven initially by John Surtees for Maranello Concessionaires / Bowmaker Racing. In 1962, the car sold to Prince Zourab Tchkotoua of Russia, and then in 1965 to Sergio Marchesi who drove it at the Targa Florio. The car boasts an extensive competition history, having competed at Brands Hatch, at the Nurburgring and in the Targa Florio.
Ferrari GTOs featured a tubular steel space frame, a 94.5 inch wheelbase, and carry a potent 2953cc, 60-degree V-12 engine producing 300 horsepower to a five-speed gearbox. They weigh approximately 2,500 pounds and carry 35 gallons of fuel. GTO's raced in hill climbs, endurance races, rallies and sprint races, all with great success.
The current owner has enjoyed this car since 1967. It has never been restored.