Bruce Meyer -- Ferrari 625TRC & Ferrari 250GT SWB SEFAC
Well-known collector Bruce Meyer brought this beautiful pair of silver competition Ferraris to this year's event.  The roadster is #0672, a 625TRC with an in-period V12 conversion.  This car won the main event at Santa Barbara on May 27, 1962 with Ken Miles driving for then-owner Otto Zipper.
A step in the right direction -- white number circles on the car?  Will we see this beauty return to competition?   A sister car, #0680, the other 625TRC imported to California by John von Neumann in 1957, has raced in historic events with V12 power for twenty-five years with owner Dr. Michael Callaham driving.  (I like the swoopier air scoop design on Meyer's car!  TM)
A standout anywhere except parked next to its illustrious sports/racing stablemate, Meyer's 1961 Ferrari 250GT SWB "SEFAC" was a class winner at LeMans in 1961.
Nexrt:   Mid-1950s Ferrari 250GT

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