1967 Ferrari 275

Zusammenfassung

  • Baujahr 
    1967
  • Automobiltyp 
    Sonstige
  • Lenkung 
    Links
  • Zustand 
    Gebraucht
  • Standort
  • Außenfarbe 
    Sonstige

Beschreibung

This stunning car is a Concours-ready, Ferrari Classiche certified example of a beautifully restored Ferrari 275 4 cam. We have a long and detailed history of this car which highlights its excellent provenance. 

Originally this 275 was purchased by Giuseppe Pagni of Milan through the official Ferrari dealer M.G. Crepaldi Automobili. It then had a 10-year stint in the US and returned to Europe to reside in Switzerland in the 1980s with esteemed dealer Albrecht Guggisberg of Oldtimer-Garage Ltd. who drove it at the Grand Prix of Gollion in 1988. Oldtimer had the car advertised and at auctions from 1988-2002 at which point it was bought by Gaspare Baresi. Baresi commissioned a full restoration by SD Autoconstruzioni in Torino, Italy whereby it was finished in the quintessential Ferrari combination of red over tan and retrofitted with cleverly hidden air conditioning. The car was campaigned by Baresi during the Montreux Grand Prix race #32 and was subsequently offered up for sale by RM Sotheby’s at the inaugural 2011 Villa d’Este auction where it was purchased by British dealer Tom Hartley. The car was then bought by Matthew Munson who registered it on English plates, had it repainted to Grigio Ferro, and showed it at Goodwood Revival still with its beige interior. In October of 2011, it was re-trimmed with the present iteration Bordeaux leather by the legendary Luppi of Modena and underwent a further refurbishment at Bob Houghton in December of the same year.

This 275 is a desirable model in pristine condition with completely untouched bodywork. The vehicle hasn’t been in any accidents so the curves are all original, sitting just as they were formed on bucks in 1967. Having been reconditioned by JD Classics, the car was recently purchased by its current owner and is presented with its original tool roll, full set of books and Ferrari Classiche. Whilst Classiche documentation confirms that the engine isn’t original, the replacement is a period block that has been re-stamped with the original chassis-matching number. This is an excellent opportunity to own a beautifully restored, strikingly optioned 275 4Cam with an outstanding provenance.