Selling A 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB
The Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta replaced the 250 GT Lusso in 1964, which was the last example of the Ferrari 250 model series. The Ferrari 275 GTB featured powerful curves and a short Kamm tail, as well as a wider radiator opening over its predecessor. Designed by Pininfarina and constructed by Scaglietti, the steel chassis features aluminum doors, boot lid and bonnet. Very few special examples were made with a full aluminum body. The model underwent a design revision one year after the launch, introducing a longer and thinner nose with a flat bonnet. The 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB was built on a 94.4-inch wheelbase chassis and was fitted with a 3.3-Liter V12 Colombo engine, producing 280 horsepower. An independent rear suspension and a combined gearbox and differential unit assembled in a transaxle were mounted on the Ferrari 275, for the first time on road Ferraris. Capable of doing 0 to 60 launch in six seconds and a 156 mph top speed, the 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB was not only a Grand Touring car but also a sports car in many respects.
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Ferrari unveiled a new version of the Ferrari 275, called GTB/4 at the 1966 Paris Auto Show. The new car featured revised cylinder heads with four camshafts, which gave the car its “GTB/4” designation. The power of the car was increased up to 300hp thanks to this upgrade and the addition of a dry-sump lubrication system. A special edition of Ferrari GTB/C was built with aluminum, racing suspension systems and six Weber carburetors, destined for racing – “C” stands for Competizione. Should you be looking into selling an example of 1966 Ferrari GTB anywhere in the US, the Alex Manos team has a lot of experience in dealing with classic cars of all kinds. They will provide you with great advice and, should your model fit into their collection, will make a top dollar offer on your model.
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