Ferrari 250 GTO is very special car and chassis number #4399 is among the most special of all 39 examples ever built. It has the rare Pininfarina body of the Second series GTO with just 4 examples built. This Ferrari 250 GTO #4399 art is dedicated to racing car driven by Graham Hill himself, as well as Innes Ireland, Mike Parkes and Jack Sears. Naturally, it won bunch of competitions, including `63 Tourist Trophy at Goodwood and Spa 500. Ordered initialy by colonel Ronnie Hoare, this 250 GTO is as British as possible.
This Ferrari 250 GTO #4399 art pays tribute to the most iconic car in automotive history
After its first successful racing season in 1963, the car was sent back to Maranello where Scaglietti fitted the Rosso Corsa and Cambridge Blue bodywork it still wears today. Anthony Bamford, the Chairman of JCB bought the car in 1969 and still drives it regularly on track. By the way, Lord Bamford is the only person on earth with couple of 250 GTOs in his garage.
Unfortunately, Andy Newall crashed #4399 in 2017 Goodwood Revival. It was unlucky maneuver by overtaking Ferrari 250 LM, which ended in the tires with significant but repairable body and suspension damage.
Now you can make yours this vivid Ferrari 250 GTO #4399 art beautifully created by Artem Halko and carefully issued by Simply Petrol.