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Model

Drogo Ferrari 250 GT SWB #2053GT
Drogo Ferrari 250 GT SWB #2053GT
10.0/10 rating (2 votes)

Description

This Ferrari was skinned by Drogo on the bones of Bizzarrini's first prototype for the 250 GTO.
This 250 GT SWB based GTO-prototype was called 'Anastasia' (derogatory expression for ugly women in Modena jargon).

2053GT was raced in this shape by Count Volpi's Scuderia Serenissima Republica di Venezia.

- 1960, used as study for GTO.
- 1960, rebodied as regular SWB Berlinetta.
- 1962, raced by Garage Francorchamps.
- 27 may 1962, accident during 1000km Nuerburgring.
- 1962, rebuilt by Drogo.
- 17 may 1964, destroyed in a crash during the 500km of Spa.

The remains are with Garage Francorchamps.
According to Mr. Swaters the car was never rebuilt.

Specifications

23.02.18
3305

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