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Official 250 GT SWB pictures thread

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  1. Marcel Massini

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    Depends on chassis number and what the build sheet says.
    Which # are we talking about?

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    It is a Hietbrink rebuild on a 250 GTE, thank you.
     
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    On a real 250 GT SWB Competizione the wheels came in both 15" and 16" diameter and with both painted and polished rims of different widths, mostly 5 1/2" and 6".

    Is it a 59/60 Comp. SWB replica or a 61?
    Is that #1993GT? Although many authentic cars use wider rims today, those rims look too wide to how the wheels were in period.
     
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