1963 Ferrari 250 GTO s/n 4675

One of only thirty-six 250 GTOs originally produced and one of a limited few with Series II GTO bodywork, chassis no 4675 GT was fully restored by Bacchelli & Villa in 2012.

Raced by rivers as Guido Fossati, Jean Guichet, Oddone Sigala, Vincenzo Nember and Luigi Taramazzo, this Ferrari 250 GTO chassis # 4675 GT proved itself a tremendously capable racing car, rarely finishing outside the top three in its class and achieving numerous race wins.

In April 1963, 4675 GT left the factory finished in Rosso Cina.
In 2010, it was acquired by a British television and radio personality and avid car collector. It underwent and obtained Ferrari Classiche Certification in 2011-2012. Chassis No. 4675 GT participated at the 2014 Villa D’este Concourse D’Elegance.

In addition to being considered the most beautiful and most collectible car ever built by Ferrari, the GTO, with 302 bhp @7500rpm and a top speed of 174 mph, was tremendously successful in competition, securing multiple World Championships for Ferrari.




Rosso Cina




omplete Restoration and rectification to its original body configuration


1963 Ferrari 250 GTO s/n 4675

1963Lure Hillclimb: Guido Fossati. 2nd OA. The car was registered under “Roma 63474” and owned by Pasquale Annunziata, who entered it in several hill climbs. He later sold the car to dealer Velcar.
1964Tour de France: Guido Fossati and Ariberto Francolini. Accident. Fossati and Francoli are now joint owners of the car. The car was lightly damaged in an accident and returned to Maranello to receive the ’64 body update.
1964Targa Florio: Jean Guichet. DNF. The 250 GTO had a new owner, the Scuderie Elmo d’Argento of Milan who put it in the experienced hands of Jean Guichet.
1964500km de Spa: Jean Guichet and Carlo Facetti. 2nd OA. A great result for the duo, which finished right behind Mike Parkes’ GTO.
1964Mugello: Oddone Sigala. 3rd OA. One of the best results achieved with the car under Oddone Sigala’s ownership and driving, during the 1964 season.
1965Sacalata del Colle Sant’Eusebio: Vincenzo Nember. 1st OA. Nember acquired the car from Sigala and successfully entered it in various Italian hill climbs during the 1965 campaign (9 class and OA podiums).
1965Coppa FISA Monza: Luigi Taramazzo. 2nd OA. As the last Italian privateer owner, Taramazzo entered #4675 in three races during the season before selling it to the United States. It stayed there with a quick stint in the UK.
1996Sold to Yoshiho Matsuda of Tokyo who personally drove it at several historic races around the world.