Selling A Ferrari 275 GTB/4


Ferrari 275 GTB/4
Ferrari 275 GTB/4

The Ferrari 275 model was introduced in 1964, taking over for the legendary Ferrari 250 series, and the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 became the new flagship model of the brand. The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is considered to be one of the best-looking Berlinettas in Ferrari’s history. Although different from the standard Ferrari 275 designed by Pininfarina, both models shared design cues such as the long hood, sharp nose and short rear. Built by Scaglietti, the slightly longer wheelbase and lower profile are the main noticeable differences between the two models. The wire wheels and large-rounded headlamps covered by bulged plastic caps of the Ferrari 275 were also reminiscent of the Ferrari 250 body style. Other similarities such as the front fender fins, chrome bumpers and body trim could be identified, keeping the Ferrari 275 in the line of the classic Ferrari design of the era. Of course, as the owner of a Ferrari 275 GTB/4, you likely can distinguish these characteristics.


Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Seller’s Guide

Inside, the design of the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is both simple and elegant, with a wraparound dashboard connected to the door panels featuring aluminum inserts at the bottom. The three-spoke wooden steering wheel is an iconic Ferrari work of art. From sober colors and trims to brighter shades and lively hues such as yellow or red, a high degree of customization was possible on Ferrari vehicles. The 3.3-Liter Colombo V12 engine powered the GTB/4, just like all the Ferrari 275 models, featuring six Weber carburetors. Additionally, 300 horsepower were transmitted to the wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox, which enabled a top speed of 165 mph and impressive 0 to 60 mph acceleration in six seconds.



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Depending on condition, specs, and options, the price of a Ferrari 275 GTB/4 can fluctuate significantly. The market value on Ferrari classics has been steadily high though, especially for models with original books and tools, and matching chassis and engine numbers. If you’ve been thinking about selling an example of a Ferrari 275 GTB/4, you should contact the Alex Manos team to talk about your vehicle. The team is always looking to purchase classic Ferrari models of all conditions, and would be delighted to make you a top dollar offer on the spot. Connect today to get started!


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