1966 Ferrari 275


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    98 996 km / 61 514 mi
  • Car type 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Interior colour 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 


Odometer reading 98996 kms
Max Speed 250 Kph
Power 280 Hp
Engine 12 Cylinder
Ferrari Classiche Certified
First Registered in France
Chassis, engine and gearbox are original
Interiors well mantained and original

The Ferrari 275 GTB was presented at the 1964 Paris Motor Show, where it immediately received great appreciation from the public, despite the really hard task of replacing the legendary Ferrari 250. A worthy heir to the iconic 250, the 275 GTB represents one of the most beautiful grand tourers of the history. Its elegance combined with state-of-the-art performance for the time, made the 275 one of the most iconic Ferraris in history, so much so that it became one of the favorite cars of the famous Steve McQueen.
For the first time, independent suspension on all 4 wheels was introduced on a Gran Turismo from Maranello. A very important innovation in terms of handling and precision in sportier driving.
The GTB had lines, designed by Pininfarina, taut and slender, whose stylistic features recalled the world of racing such as the faired headlights, the side “gills” and the truncated tail with relative spoiler.
The bodies, in steel or aluminum, were built at the Scaglietti body shop in Modena. The interiors, as usual, showed off great elegance with precious leather materials, all embellished with a rich and complete instrumentation.
The 3,300cc V12 engine was born from the refinement of the original idea of ​​the Gioacchino Colombo project, and benefited from the successes and experiences in competitions.
Several series of the 275 GTB were produced: about 240 cars of the first series, about 200 cars of the long nose, 12 of the second series.
The "Long nose" version produced from the end of 1965 were characterized by a larger rear window, a wider luggage hood with external hinges, and the long nose, designed to increase the downforce of the front part which tended to rise up high on the "short nose" model.
This version can be defined as the last Maranello car produced with a single-shaft distribution.

- Excellent condition of bodywork, and interior preserved in pristine condition.
- Ferrari Classiche certified
- Original chassis, engine and gearbox
- Dashboard and instrumentation well preserved and in perfect working order.
- Original three-spoke wooden steering wheel.
- Car subjected to periodic checks by its previous owner.
- Engine and mechanics completely efficient, thanks to constant maintenance and periodic and a regular use.
- The body has received a really light paint over 20 years ago

This Ferrari 275 GTB represents a real opportunity for the most demanding collector who wishes to grab one of the most important and appreciated Ferraris in history.

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