1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 s/n 10563, engine no. 10563 Pino Verde with Arancia Leather Originally launched as the 275 GTB, it did not take long before Ferrari would unleash the most powerful and refined version to the eager motorsports public - the quad cam GTB or GTB/4. Unveiled at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1966, the 275 GTB/4 was a monumental Ferrari. The first Ferrari four-cam road car, the GTB/4 owed a great deal to sports racing prototypes of the era, heralding the future of Ferrari performance engines. Building from the finely proportioned long-nose two-cam 275 GTB, Scaglietti added a slight bulge on the bonnet, hinting at the 3.3-liter tipo 226 engine beautifully cloaked beneath. The final design was inspired by Ferrari’s successful line of prototype cars, featuring double-overhead-cam cylinder heads, and dry sump lubrication. All of this snapped to life from an impressive lineup of six Weber 40DCN carburetors, a desirable option on earlier 275 GTBs. The result was a free-revving 300 bhp engine with improved low-end torque and greater overall usability. Beyond its exquisite four-cam engine, the 275 GTB/4 benefited from other impressive refinements, from the improved torque
Coachwork by Pininfarina/Scaglietti Registration no. KPJ 233C Chassis no. 06901 - One of only 48 right-hand drive 275 GTBs built - Short-nose steel body; three carburettors - Delivered new to the UK - First owned by Sir Max Aitken - Restored in the 1990s - Previous ownership for the last 16 years "The 275 GTB is... a superlatively vigorous, very agile and quick automobile. Its comfort, the quality of its finish, the original lines of its bodywork all justify its exceptionally high price, for it is an exceptional automobile. It is a thoroughbred, with luxury devoid of excess, and a fiery temperament... " Jose Roskinski, Sport Auto, July 1965. When Ferrari"s highly successful "250" series was superseded in 1964 by the "275", Pininfarina was once again called upon to work his magic for the Maranello concern, creating a true classic of sports car design for the 275 GTB. Penetrative nose, long bonnet, purposeful side vents, high waistline and short be-spoilered tail: these were all ingredients of the recipe, yet the result was so much more than merely the sum of its parts. The tail spoiler and cast-alloy wheels echoed developments first seen on Ferrari competition cars, while beneath th
Exceptionally Desirable 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy: 1 of 80 Aluminum-Bodied Long Nose 275 GTBs Ferrari Classiche-certified 275 GTB with coachwork by Scaglietti, presented in its elegant original color scheme and restored by a team of the best Italian marque specialists. 1 of 80 Aluminum-Bodied Long Nose 275 GTBs. Offered with Tools, Massini Report, and ACI Registration Records. Chassis no. 08117 Engine no. 08117 (internal number 992/64) Grigio Argento Metallizzato with Black Leather As one might expect, the overall condition of this car is breathtaking. The restoration was completed to a very high standard and the condition of the car today exemplifies the high quality and craftsmanship contributed to the car. Despite the passage of time, the presentation remains that of a freshly completed example. Period correct, ultra-fine flake argento metallic paintwork has been applied over straight panels with excellent panel match at all seams. The exterior finish is free of any marks, aging, or flaws of significance. The brightwork is also free of any deterioration of any kind, and Brandoli stampings can be found on the bottoms of the bumpers on all four corners. The emblems are
1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy s/n 08117, Engine no. 08117 (internal number 992/64) Grigio Argento Metallizzato with Black Leather Unquestionably the Ferrari 275 GTB remains among the finest and most desirable sports cars in the world. Over a period of two years, Ferrari built just 453 examples of the original 275 GTB before introducing the revised GTB/4 at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1966. But it is the aluminum long nose that has continually captured the imagination of enthusiasts and collectors for decades since its original release. Known for their phenomenal performance, the 275 GTB featured the 3,285 cc type 213 SOHC V-12 engine capable of 300bhp at 7,600rpms. The GTB was not only a performance icon of racing, it became one of the most sought after road cars during their short production run. Ferrari historian Dyke Ridgley, whose authoritative 275 GTB production list was recently published by Cavallino magazine, states that Carrozzeria Scaglietti built only 205 examples with the desirable long-nose body style, introduced approximately halfway through 275 GTB production. The updated design was characterized by a revised front-end treatment (increasing the length and
--Giallo (Fly Yellow) with Nero (Black) leather interior and Black carpeting, Restored, Long Nose, Torque Tube, Original Factory 6-carb car, 300 bhp, 3,286 cc overhead camshaft V-12 engine, six Weber 40 DCN/3 carburetors, five-speed manual, Documented by Massini. Introduced in 1964, the 275 GTB was considered by many to be the finest production Ferrari ever built, combining the thoroughbred mechanical pedigree of its road racing forebears with sufficient creature comforts and a brand new fully independent rear suspension to produce a superlative grand touring automobile. The engine was based on Ferrari’s race-proven Colombo overhead camshaft V-12, now displacing of 3,285.7 cc to produce 280 bhp with the standard triple Weber carburetor setup. Fitment of six Weber 40 DNC/3 carburetors was offered as an option, increasing output to about 300 bhp! This is one such example. Collectors today divide the 275 GTBs into early (short nose) and late (long nose) cars. The changeover to a longer nose design was introduced at the 1965 Paris Salon. This 275 GTB with its long-nose, torque-tube, factory-fitted optional six Weber carburetors configuration is considered the most desirable 275 GTB roa
Information FERRARI 275 GTB/4 MANUAL (ARGENTO SILVER) (1967) 49,000 Miles. Argento Silver Metallic Full Black Leather Interior Detailed Restoration History Exceptional Condition Throughout Brief History: - Original Silver, with Black leather interior - Original build sheets & sales invoice present - Engine rebuilt by Ferrari garage in Johannesburg 26000 kms ago - Original handbooks with the 'Leather Wallet' Complete & Original 'Tool-Kit' - Comprehensive photos showing the repaint and work done by Ferrari - It is very difficult to find a 39year old car, with original books, 'Leather Wallet', and 'Tool-Kit' and provenance with such excellent history As stated we have a complete record of its restoration with detailed invoices and photos, from its restoration by Ferrari in South Africa. It has won numerous awards in South Africa, because of its excellent order and condition, when entered in various concours events. Since then, whilst in our ownership it has been serviced every year and checked thoroughly throughout, and yet it remains in as new condition. We do not believe there is a better 275 on sale anywhere in Europe. Interested In Vehicle Print Vehicle Details Back To Index
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS s/n 6909 engine stamped no. 7409 Silver Green Metallic with Black Leather Interior Introduced alongside the 275 GTB at the Paris motor show in October 1964, the 275 GTS is a stylish and elegant open air car. Featuring disc brakes and independent suspension all round, and a new rear-mounted transaxle for improved weight distribution, the cars were technologically advanced and performed well. Together with their understated but beautiful Pininfarina styling, the cars were and remain desirable and usable open cars to actually drive and enjoy This particular car is the 17th example built of just 200 total 275 GTS's, and left Maranello on the 18th of March 1965 destined for an Italian toothpaste magnate by the name of Dr. Giovanni Boda. In Milan, it originally wore the plate 26393 MI, and was subsequently sold on to a 33 year old woman in 1968, also in Milan. In the early 1970`s, respected Ferrari Club of America leader and enthusiast Tom Williamson, Jr. of North Carolina bought the car. He kept it in a climate-controlled garage and owned and cared for the car for 35 years. The car appears never to have had any rust or accident damage. With its current owner, it has
Today the car is available following only a handful of miles since the restoration was completed meaning that it remains in stunning concours condition. Coming from a forty year ownership, with just 26,000 kms from new and presented in such breath-taking condition this is surely an opportunity that cannot be matched and should not be missed.
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Features : Ferrari 275 #8015 . All files history know. Car in France since 1988 . Engine matching. Car has been restored by Toni autos in Maranello. Comment : This stunning 275 GTS is the 189 Th car produced on 200 ex. Car has been delivered new to the Prince Mulay brother of King Of Morocco Hassan II . Car was delivered in Pino verde with beige leather and not red as it is actually. Then Car went very early in USA in 1970 . #8015 came back in Europe through an Orion auction sale in Monaco in 1988 where car has been bought by Athanée Garage. Car was red in this period and sold to M Daubas who decided to repaint it in green. #8015 has been bought by last owner in 1991 and repaint in this green around 2005/2006 . We have a huge file of invoices and some rare pictures of the car in Morocco.
This Ferrari 275 GTB Long nose Torque tube - Chassis no. 08729 is one of the only 88 Ferrari 275 GTB long nose steel with 3 carburettors built This LHD 275 GTB Torque tube is matching numbers and was sold new in Milan - Italy in 1966 She was perfectly restored by Bob Smith Coachworks and is in superb condition This Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Torque Tube is for sale complete and comes with handbooks, tool roll and Borrani wire wheels US title - European taxes paid
The 275 GTB/4 on offer has been delivered in 1967 through the German main importer AutoBecker to its first owner Viktor Rolff who was in the sixties the main sponsor of Graf Berghe von Trips. It remained in Germany with just two owners until 1987 when it found a new home in the Netherlands. It changed hands in the Netherlands three times before it was sold to Robert Lamson, Minneapolis,USA in 2002. Thanks to the next owner this 275 GTB/4 ended up in Germany where it originally has been supplied to. The history from this 275 GTB/4 is known from its very first day until now. It is still carrying from its very first delivery day its wonderful livery of Grigio Argento which is a dark silver grey with its black leather interior/ Pelle Nera. This seems to be one of the most beautiful colour combination to choose for the 275 GTB/4. The car benfits of a major restoration carried out in 2000 while it was with world famous restorer Piet Roelofs in the Netherlands and some more recent detailing and service work in Germany. The car received in February 2010 the "Certificazione di Autenticita" by Ferrari in which it is confirmed that the car still carries its original matching engine and origin
Rare desirable Alloy body option Full Ferrari Classiche Certification 1 of 6 UK RHD Alloy 2 Cam models made This Ferrari 275 GTB/2 Alloy bodied car is well known to us - as we have sold it to collectors several times. A very genuine and original car and the interior has fabulous patina. It is RHD and was supplied new on the 9th February 1966 as a long nose - together with the very desirable aluminium body option - for the princely sum of £5311. If you have not driven a 275 GTB with an alloy body - you will be surprised just what a terrific difference this makes to the car's performance. In fact a well set up alloy 2 cam feels at least as lively as a steel bodied 4 cam as a comparison. About 60 Long nose aluminium body cars were built and we believe only 6 were made in RHD. This matching number car once belonged to Paddy McNally and has full Classiche certification - it is ready to tour, compete or enjoy on the road.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB 6C RHD Short Nose This rare Ferrari was originally owned by well-known businessman and philanthropist Gerald Ronson and is one of only five 275 GTB Short Noses built in right hand drive with six carburettors. Ordered in April of 1965 this car was delivered to Mr Ronson via Maranello Concessionaires and HR Owen Ltd in May of that year. Original correspondence on file from this time shows that it was ordered in Rosso Cina paint with Black leather and checked Grey cloth seats, although Mr Ronson changed this prior to delivery and the car was actually finished with Black all-leather seats highlighted with Red piping. Other features specified by Mr Ronson included light alloy wheels, Radiomobile radio with roof-mounted aerial, Mintex M33 soft-pad brakes, seat belts and the optional ‘Silent Travel’ package, which comprised extra sound deadening material in the interior and the engine bay. Interestingly Mr Ronson also initially specified that the car be fitted with three twin-choke carburettors but reserved the right to upgrade to a six carburettor configuration, without additional cost to him, should this prove unsatisfacto
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 275/4 GTB Berlinetta. Grigio Ferro Metallizzato/Burgundy hide. Ferrari Classiche certified. The car was supplied new Italy. Total professional restoration completed in 2011 in the UK with interior trim by Luppi. Complete with original tools and jack. Documented by renowned Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini. A rare opportunity to acquire a Ferrari Berlinetta 275 in a stunning colour combination and in superb condition. Please contact us for further details of this and our other Ferrari 275 stock.
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1966 Ferrari 275 GTB s/n 08869 , Engine no. 08869 Rosso Corsa with Black Leather Achingly beautiful, rare, and mechanically sophisticated, the Ferrari 275 GTB embodies everything that makes classic Ferraris sought-after and unique. The first 275’s appeared in 1964, employing an enlarged 3.3 litre version of Ferrari’s venerable Colombo-designed V12. The car featured many innovative features not found in the earlier 250, including a rear mounted transaxle for improved weight distribution, independent rear suspension, and 5-speed transmission. Over a period of two years, Ferrari built just 453 examples of the original 275 GTB, before introducing the revised GTB/4 at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1966. According to the research of Ferrari historian Dyke Ridgely, whose authoritative 275 GTB production list was recently published by Cavallino magazine, Carrozzeria Scaglietti built just 205 examples in the desirable long-nose body style, introduced approximately halfway through the model’s production and characterized by a revised front end treatment, larger rear window, and exterior trunk hinges. The cars were continuously developed mechanically, as was Ferrari’s convention, including
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