Buying or Selling a 1968 Ferrari GTS?
The 1968 Ferrari GTS (S for Spyder) is the convertible version of the classic Ferrari 365 GTC. First shown at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, it won many fans thanks to its stunning body design (by Pininfarina) and luxurious interior. If you have one parked in your garage, you probably do not need to be told that it is one of very few units ever built, which makes it an extremely rare Ferrari classic. The car’s powertrain consists in a 4.4L Colombo SOHC V-12 engine, 3 Weber twin-choke 40 DFI carburetors and a five-speed manual all-synchromesh transmission system. The engine can deliver up 300 hp at 7,000 rpm, and the car can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 7 seconds and hit the top speed of 150 mph. It has a curb weight of 3,198 lbs and a wheelbase of 94.5 inches. Those general features are only some ideas of the type of information you should offer to those interested in purchasing your 1968 Ferrari GTS. In addition, you should gather all important documentation regarding the car’s history, which can help add value to the car.
1968 Ferrari GTS Seller’s Guide
One of the rarest Ferrari classics, the 1968 Ferrari GTS is a beautiful and spacious convertible designed for high-speed open-air driving. Along with the GTC –the coupe model, it was called the best all around sports car by the media in its days and it makes sense when you start driving it. Much sought-after by classic car collectors, it should raise the interest of numerous buyers should you put it for sale. Selling a rare Ferrari classic isn’t necessarily easy though, and a few tips can improve your experience. For example, the Alex Manos team likes to advise their clients – in certain cases – to have the car inspected by a Ferrari specialist to fix small things before showing it to buyers. This also enables sellers to have a good understanding of the overall condition of the classic, which allows for more accurate pricing. These are just a few of the many seller’s tips that their team recommends.
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Don’t hesitate to call Alex Manos and his team for more tips. The team is happy to help and is also interested in buying classic cars of all makes, models and conditions. They would be happy to hear about your 1968 Ferrari GTS and, should it fit into their inventory, will be willing to make you a top dollar offer on the spot. Connect today to learn more.