When you mention the name of Ferrari, everyone knows what it is. And when you add the name of Sir Stirling Moss image of race car immediately appear in front of you. He is a man who drove the Ferrari 250 GT SWB in 1960 to win three races out of three.
With this car and driver, fans will recall the golden age of Italian sports car manufacturer. When it was sold Ferrari 250 GT SWB reached $11 million. The car was previously owned by businessman Nigel Corner since 2003. Then it was privately sold in the past six weeks to the unknown buyer. It is now officially one of the most expensive cars ever to be sold in Britain.
Chassis number 2119 now belongs to a new wealthy owner. But it is said that the car remains in UK. The Ferrari 250 GT SWB was built in 1960 and was the 39th model built. It boasts of a 3-litre V12 engine produces around 300bhp. This gave it a 0-60mph time of 6.2 seconds and a top speed of 152mph.
The car was the first Ferrari to win the Tourist Trophy and also it remains completely original , both , the engine and gearbox are original. DK Mechanism was given the charge of managing the entire brokerage package of this car. If you were interested in this car, now you’ve dropped. You can only wait for collectors to put their favorites to the auctions.