Ferrari’s Berlinetta Boxer (more officially known as the 365/GT4 “BB”) is a landmark car in the history of the company. Its exotic configuration of a flat-12 engine mounted longitudinally behind the driver and aggressive two-seater styling set the tone for every flagship Ferrari supercar up to the current LaFerrari. The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer was revealed at the 1971 Turin motor show as a design concept, but it wasn’t until the Paris show of 1973 that Ferrari finally unveiled the production version. Just 387 examples were built over the next three years. Period road tests lauded the Berlinetta Boxer’s awesome performance and true supercar character. While the Ferrari 512 BB that followed it was heralded as objectively the better car, the 365/GTB “BB” is arguably the connoisseur’s choice, as the rarest and purest flat-12 Ferrari. This Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer, chassis number 18193, is one of just 58 right-hand-drive cars imported to the UK. The original specification of this Boxer was the extremely rare colour of Verde Scuro with Beige leather. The Ferrari was ordered in 1973 by Mr George Burton CBE, who was Chief Executive of the substantial Fisons group of agricultural businesse
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