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
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
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Constructed at the Maranello Works in 1965 with alloy bodywork, left hand steering and high performance 6 carburettor setup. The car was shipped to Swedish Ferrari Concessionaire Tore Bjurstrom who in turn supplied it to the first owner, Sture Nottorp, a well-known and favoured client of Ferrari on May 5th 1966. Finished in beautiful Blu Notte coachwork and all Red leather hide with grey carpeting. According to noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini, Nottorp had planned to enter the 1966 Monte Carlo Rally with the car as the late Gerald Roush's notes indicate the GTB was ordered with upgraded V12 engine, 6 Carburettors, uprated cylinder heads, camshafts and valves and correspondingly adjusted ignition timing. GTO type exhaust manifolds were fitted and mated to an Abarth competition exhaust system and 15'' GTB/C competition outer laced Borrani's. In an unusual departure from normal Ferrari practice, Carrozzeria Scagliettii modified the GTB's nose and grille with four additional large driving lights fitted across the grille opening. A special custom grille was added and a pair of square fog lights were fitted in lieu of the front bumpers at
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 LHD This stunning Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is a very desirable quad cam car with Ferrari Classiche. The 275 GTB was a two-seater GT introduced in 1964 with production running through to 1968. It was powered by a 3.3 litre Colombo V-12 engine which produced 280 hp. The standard 275 GTB coupe came with 3 or 6 Weber twin-choke carburettors and a Series Two version with a longer nose appeared in 1965. A much updated GTB/4 version was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 1966, which had revised bodywork and came with a reworked 300 hp engine, still with two valves per cylinder but now with four camshafts and six carburettors as standard. The transaxle was also redesigned with a torque tube connecting the engine and transmission, which greatly improved the handling, noise, and vibration levels. The example offered here is one of the 350 GTB/4s produced and was delivered new to Italy in 1967. It was sold via the Perugia dealer Romeo Pedini to a Marino Mignimi on May 9th. Sr Mignimi kept the car for just over a year before selling it to its second owner Giuseppe Zappala on August 23rd 1968. Factory records show that it wa
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
This car represents an opportunity to acquire a wonderful example of what is a fast appreciating, undeniably pretty and very competent GTS Ferrari from the golden mid-sixties era of Ferrari history.
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This sale represents a very interesting opportunity to purchase what is now thought of as the gentleman's choice of the 275 range, it is arguably the most attractive variant of the 275, being eligible and ideal for tours and rallies such as the Tour Auto. The car is UK registered, Classiche certified and is located in our showrooms just outside London and is available to view immediately.
1986 Ferrari 328 GTB Rosso Corsa with Nero interior and red carpets. This early non ABS car was first registered 4th of February 1986 and supplied new by Maranello Egham. The current owner then bought the car just 9 months later in November 1986 and has had the car ever since. Bob Houghton ltd looked after the car from 1987 until the owner moved to Monaco and then registered the car in 2004 where Monaco Motors then looked after the car until its return to the UK this year. A very nice correct example that we have just fully serviced including a new clutch ready for sale. It has 33,557 miles on the clock and has been looked after with great care and attention for all of this time. A very nice example with great history, currently Monaco registered but can be UK registered at point of sale. Available for Viewing at our Northleach Showroom.
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
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