Selling A Ferrari 275 GTB
The Ferrari 275 GTB was revealed in 1964 and manufactured until 1968. The 2-seater GT car features a 3.3-Liter Colombo 60° V12 engine that generates 280 to 300 horsepower depending on the engine specifications. A successful evolution from the previous Ferrari 250 series, the graceful body style of the Ferrari 275 is very different from the Daytona, which replaced the Ferrari 275 after the end of its production run. Rear axle and transmission were integrated with a transaxle, which was an interesting evolution in Ferrari’s engineering. A 4-cam evolution of the Ferrari 275 was introduced in October 1966, commonly referred to as the 275 GTB/4. The new version dropped the wire wheels and boasted new bodywork. A significant rework was done on the Colombo V12, now offering four cams and six carburetors standard. A torque tube connecting the engine and the transmission was introduced with the new redesigned transaxle. Vibration and noise were reduced on the new design and handling was greatly improved, as well as shifting and reliability thanks to the addition of new advanced synchronizers. Thanks to all those improvements, the new 275 GTB/4 could reach an impressive top speed of 165 mph. Of course, these are things you’re likely aware of as the owner of a Ferrari 275 GTB.
Ferrari 275 GTB Seller’s Guide
For the 1965-racing season, Ferrari developed and built 4 examples of lightweight Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione Speciales, equipped with 250 LM engines. The next season, the manufacturer made 12 examples of lightweight 275 GTB/C cars, constructed between the production of the 2 and 4 cam engine versions. Although resembling the road car, the Competizione features different and distinctive body panels and construction. Two of twelve GTB/C built were adapted for street driving, and fitted with Pirelli tires and alloy wheels instead of the special Borrani wheels and Dunlop racing tires featured on the track cars. Between 1967 and 1968, a special 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spyder version was made in 10 examples at the request of Chinetti’s North American Racing Team. This very limited production Convertible model with no roof is one of the most valuable classic Ferraris on the market.
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