1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder SpyderSOLD

• Last SWB California Spyder Built. Fully Restored. Superb Condition. Larger 168/61 motor (Mechanicals by Patrick Ottis). Pictures Taken Aug. 22, 2007.

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• Last SWB California Spyder Built.
• Fully Restored.
• Superb Condition.
• Larger 168/61 motor (Mechanicals by Patrick Ottis).
• Covered Headlight.
>>Pictures Taken Aug. 22, 2007.

Reference Number 5024

as of 11/18/2006

Overview
Car 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder Spyder
VIN 4137 GT 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Beige 
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Known History

Pictures Taken Aug. 22, 2007

Last SWB California Spyder Built

Fully Restored

Superb Condition

Larger 168/61 motor (Mechanicals by Patrick Ottis)

 

• 1963 Ferrari California Spyder SWB.

• Contiguous Known History.

• The last SWB California Spyder built.

• Chassis #4137 GT.

• Engine #4137 GT.

• Numero interno: #924/62

• Gearbox type: #539/61.

• Completion date: 6 February 1963.

• Motor delivered: 4 February 1963.

• Gearbox delivered: 5 February 1963.

• Covered headlights.

• Color exterior: Red.

• Color interior: Tan (originally black with a black soft top).

• Color soft top: Black.

• Car comes with two brand new windshields that were custom made for the car.

• Car comes with two headlight cover molds.

• Ownership History:

~The car was sold new to Chinetti Motors (NY) in 1963

~Then sold to Charles Rezzaghi Motors (San Francisco)

~The first private owner was Andre Aldeghi (Minn.)

~Then sold to Colin Bach (San Francisco, CA) in 1972 for $4500. The car had about 56,000 miles on it when he bought the car.

~Then sold to Jerry Fiorito (Seattle, WA) for $6500 around 1972

~Then sold to Mark Ketcham on 4/25/99

~Then sold to sold to Bill Foss later in 1999. Full restoration commenced.

~Then sold to William R. Grimsley (CA) on 5/10/02.

~Then sold to Mark Ketcham

~Then sold to current owner on 3/15/05.

~For sale by Mark Ketcham 8/07