Selling A 1967 Ferrari 275
The Ferrari 275 was produced from 1964 to 1968, in a Coupe trim called GTB, as well as in a Convertible trim named GTS. Several limited-edition models were released and many updates were made throughout the production run. The standard models were equipped with a 3.3-Liter V12 engine featuring 4 cams (whereas models prior 1966 only had 2). The base model allowed 280hp, while the Convertible produced 260hp, and both cars were eligible for a 300hp upgrade. Interestingly, Ferrari decided to manufacture 12 special lightweight 275 GTB/C cars (“C” for Competizione) for the 1966 season. Those special examples were built during the transition between the end of the two-cam production run and the beginning of the four-cam cars. Although the design looks similar to the road 275 GTB, the assembly of body panels and parts underneath was completely different. Should you be the owner of a special example of a 1967 Ferrari 275, please feel free to contact the Alex Manos team anytime. They have unmatched expertise on Ferrari classics and will gladly advise you on how to best sell your example.
1967 Ferrari 275 Seller’s Guide
Between 1967 and 1968, 10 rare examples of 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spyder cars were made at the request of Chinetti’s North American Racing Team, an American dealer. Those very special examples were Convertible versions of the 275 GTB/4 with no roof. Some models have famously been sold for multi-million dollar amounts. Alex Manos and his team are always looking to acquire rare classics and would be delighted to hear all about your special automobile, whether it’s a base 1967 Ferrari 275 or a special edition with particular options and color combinations. From unfinished restoration projects to pristine examples, they are always interested in learning about classic Ferrari examples that are coming on the market.
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Don’t hesitate to contact Alex Manos and his team today. Their long-time experience in the classic car market gives them unmatched expertise when it comes to value and availability of classic Ferraris. They would be delighted to learn more about your 1967 Ferrari 275 and look forward to making you a top dollar offer for purchase. Connect today to get started!