Selling A 1968 Ferrari 275
The 1968 model-year was the last year the great Ferrari 275 was produced, soon replaced by the 365 GTB/4 that was known as the Daytona. The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (or 4-cam) was built by Scaglietti and introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 1966. Wire wheels were no longer offered, for the first time in the history of Ferrari models, and the car was updated with revised bodywork. Although still featuring two valves per cylinder, the Colombo V12 engine was substantially reworked, with a four-cam engine instead of the previous two-cam unit, and six carburetors as standard. The valve angle was reduced by three degrees for a more compact head, which differed significantly from Ferrari’s previous designs. The 1968 Ferrari 275 also boasted a redesigned transaxle, with a new torque tube system connecting the transmission and the engine directly. The addition of advanced synchronizers also improved the shifting and reliability of the Ferrari 275 GTB/4. While the base models offered 260hp for the Convertible and 280hp for the Coupe, a 300hp tune was available upon order, allowing the car to reach a top speed of 165 mph.
1968 Ferrari 275 Seller’s Guide
If you’re the owner of a 1968 Ferrari 275 and are looking to sell it, you came to the right place. Alex Manos is well known for his long-time experience in buying and selling classic cars of all makes and models, whether they are Concours-winning examples or barn-finds in need of restoration. His knowledgeable staff will give you useful advice on how to best sell your classic Ferrari. All the members of the team have an extensive knowledge of the market and current availability for all 1968 Ferrari 275 models, and can give you the seller’s tips you need to be successful in the market. In fact, should your model fit into their inventory, they will be happy to make you a top dollar offer on the spot. All offers are payable in cash, and they can arrange for transportation from anywhere in the United States!
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