Selling A Ferrari 275
The Ferrari 275 is a 2-seater designed by Pininfarina that featured graceful and refined bodywork in the style of earlier Ferrari models, yet offered a glimpse into future designs. The Ferrari 275 was the successor to the Ferrari 250 and was produced from 1964 to 1968 until the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” took over. A front-engine model, the Ferrari 275 boasts a 3.3-Liter Colombo 60° V12 engine capable of 280 to 300 horsepower. One major engineering improvement was the introduction of a transaxle component, combining transmission and rear axle for the first time on a road Ferrari. The Ferrari 275 series started with a GTB Coupe model and a GTS Convertible model, which wore a very different body than the Coupe. A six-carburetor 300hp tune was also available for both vehicles, while the standard engines developed an average 280hp for the Coupe and 260hp for the Convertible.
Ferrari 275 Seller’s Guide
The front grille of the Ferrari GTB was redesigned in 1966 and the body style was slightly revamped in 1966. A few models with a long nose were made before Ferrari started building the car with four cams instead of two. The new version was called the Ferrari 274 GTB/4 and with the revised spec V12, the car delivered 300hp in base trim. A few special versions featured Borrani wire wheels and lighter aluminum bodywork. Two special versions of the Ferrari 275 were also built: the GTB/C and the GTS/4 NART Spyder. The Ferrari 275 GTB/C was a Coupe, featuring dry sumps, a strengthened chassis, a higher state of tune, and aluminum bodywork. Only 11 examples of this “Competizione” version were produced. Luigi Chinetti, Jr. commissioned the Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder, asking for a special Convertible 275 with the coachwork of the GTB/4 Coupe and a four-cam engine. Only 9 were made and they often get the most attention at auctions.
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