Cars We Sold

1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Serial Number 3337 GT


Lead photograph of 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Serial Number 3337 GT


Make   Ferrari Model   250 GT
Year   1962 Serial #   3337 GT
Engine #   1086 E. VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 168 Chassis Type   Tipo 509
Build Sequence #    Number Built   133rd of app. 160
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Earle Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   


S/n 3337 GT. 250 GT SWB. Scaglietti Berlinetta Lusso. March 14, 1962. USA. Street. LHD. Ferrari Representative Hollywood.


New to Hollywood Sports Cars, Hollywood, California.

1962, 14 Mar., sold new to Steve Earle, Santa Barbara, California. Car was ordered new through Hollywood Sports Cars and picked up directly at the Factory.

1974, to Harley Cluxton.

1974, in Competition Press (now called Autoweek) at Grand Touring Cars (Cluxton) with photo: 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB chassis # 3337 GT. Ruby red with black hides. Newly refinished steel body, Borrani wire wheels. A near concours car.

1974–1975, sold to Paul Chandler, Walnut Creek, California.

1976, Bob Bodin, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1978, FCA National Meet, Watkins Glen, with Bob Bodin who drove the car to the event and back home afterwards.

To David Gronenberg, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

1987, with Jack Boxstrum, Ontario, Canada. Advertised that it was ex–Steve Earle. Offered for sale by Jack Boxstrum.

To the Fine Car Store, San Diego, California.

1987, for sale by the Fine Car Store, San Diego, CA.

1988–89 FOC Roster, listed by James Daugharthy, Las Vegas, NV. Restored and race prepared by Fossil Motorsports including new 250 GTO Cylinder heads, cams, pistons, GTO crank, carb tweeks, cold air box and taper tuned exhaust system. Fitted with a Roll bar, competition seat, fuel cell, fire system and fresh Simpson 5 point harness. Competition suspension with fresh “O” time brakes, sway bar bushings, wheel bearings, springs, shocks and competition alignment setup. Chrome Molly rear axles with limited–slip differential.

1989, 17–20 Aug., Pebble Beach with Aston Martin as the feature car, driven in Group 6A, on Saturday, race #84 with James Daugharthy driver and entrant.

1990, FOC roster listed by James Daugharthy, NV.

1991 FOC roster listed by James Daugharthy, Las Vegas, NV.

1992, 21–23 Aug., at Monterey historic races, Jaguar the featured marque, Group 2B, Sunday, race #25, driven by James Daugharthy.

1994, 26–28 Aug., at Monterey historic races, Ferrari the featured marque, Group 4B, Sunday, race #25, driven by James Daugharthy.

Road America, James Daugharthy. Left Front Corner damaged. Repaired by Fossil Motorsports, Chatsworth, California.

1996, with James Daugharthy, Las Vegas, Nevada.

1999, 24 June, inspected and photographed by M. Sheehan. A very serious race car with a fully sorted suspension, the right springs, shocks, brakes, sway bars, etc. needed to make it work.

2001, November, sold to a new owner in Ohio. Shipped to Wayne Obry, Motion Products, Neenah Wisconsin, for a cosmetic restoration.

See “Ferrari, The Early Berlinettas and Competition Coupes” by Dean Batchelor. This 250 SWB, s/n 3337 used to illustrate the opening of the 250 SWB section of the book. Plates: 030 LDU.

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