"We were gobsmacked by the beauty of this rare and precious Ferrari 250 GT 'Tour De France'. The first of the 250 Berlinettas rolled out of the factory in March 1956, and were the first real iteration of the genius combination of race-worthy "
250 SWB Ferrari
We think the 250 SWB Ferrari has by far the most appealing rear end in the panoply of car design.
The SWB is a byword for the sort of purposeful attitude that epitomised the first two decades of the Maranello dream – and it was functional too.
The way that rear end must have whipped around the twisted of, say, the Targa Florio is a matter of pure geometry.
But we don’t want to get hung up on the maths of it all.
Just LOOK at it!
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