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  • RefCode: TA1112491
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTB/4
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,967
  • Mileage (Miles): 49,000
  • Mileage (KM): 78,857
  • Colour: Silver
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Cam A very well known car that has been gently campaigned on a number of historic tours such as the Tour Auto and Modena Cento Ore. This car has been kept in perfect condition and is testament to the benefit of continual maintenance and drives superbly. 49,000 MilesLeft Hand DriveArgento Silver MetallicFull Black Leather InteriorDetailed Restoration History Exceptional Condition Throughout Brief History: - Original Silver, with Black leather interior- Original build sheets & sales invoice present- Engine rebuilt by Ferrari garage in Johannesburg 26000 kms ago- Original handbooks with the 'Leather Wallet'- Complete & Original 'Tool-Kit'- Comprehensive photos showing the repaint and work done by Ferrari- It is very difficult to find a 39year old car, with original books, 'Leather Wallet', and 'Tool-Kit' and provenance with such excellent history As stated we have a complete record of its restoration with detailed invoices and photos, from its restoration by Ferrari in SouthAfrica.It has won numerous awards in South Africa, because of its excellent order and condition, when entered in various concours events. Since then, whilst in our ownership it has been serviced every year and checked thoroughly throughout, and yet it remains in as new condition. We do not believe there is a better 275 on sale anywhere in Europe.

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  • RefCode: TA1144598
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTB/6C ALLOY BERLINETTA
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: EUR
  • Auction: 6th Feb 2019 - RM Sotheby's - Paris Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Paris event, 6 February 2019. Estimate:3.000.000 - 3.300.000 The first of eight long-nose, six-carburettor, alloy body, torque-tube 275 GTBsRecently restored in its original Nero over Beige colour schemePrevious single-family ownership for 36 yearsMatching numbers throughout, Ferrari Classiche certified There is no doubt that the Ferrari 275 GTB was an incredible automobile from the moment it was initially unveiled in 1964. However, for those looking for something with a bit more panache, the model could be had with a number of optional extras to increase its potency. In addition to several updates that were implemented as rolling changes on the production line, this kept the 275 GTB ahead of the competition throughout its production run. When considering the greater 275 GTB hierarchy, it is clear that chassis no. 08311 is truly one of the most desirable produced and one of the most noteworthy examples offered in quite some time. Boasting not only aluminiumcoachwork, six Weber carburettors and built to the later torque-tube specification, this is the very first 275 GTB to bear these particular features and just the second 275 GTB to be fitted with a torque tube. Finished in rare Nero (20-B-50) over a Beige (VM 3390) leather interior, it was sold new through Renato Nocentini in Prato-Florence to Carlo Bini.Registered in Florence with registration no. FI 315850, the car passed through a couple of subsequent owners in Naples and finally Pero, Italy, before being imported to Los Angeles, California, and sold to Barry Le Fave in 1973. Upon its arrival in California, the car was noted as still being finished in its original colour combination and as of two years later, had only been driven 31,000 km. Later that year, it was refinished in red over black. In 1980, the car was returned to Italy and re-registered in Padua on registration no. PD 622433. Shortly thereafter, it was purchased by Luigi Compiano of Treviso, Italy, and remained in his vast carcollection for nearly four decades.Following its purchase by the current owner, the car was shipped to the UK where it was Ferrari Classiche certified. Subsequently, the old red paintwork was stripped back to the beautiful bare aluminium, which was found to be in superb, original and damage-free condition, and from there it was returned to its original and rare shade of Nero. The interior was fully stripped in order to return the car to its original Beige. Additionally, the correct, 10-hole knock-off wheels were refurbished and fitted with correct Michelin XWX tyres, a new period-correct exhaust was fitted, the suspension has been fully rebuilt, and the cars chrome trim was fully refinished and polished. A complete top to bottom engine rebuild was completed by Aldo Ritti at the Ferrari specialists Riverside Performance in Esher, Surrey, and paintwork was completed by Steve Moody of SMDG Ferrari specialists in Horsham, West Sussex, in his new paint facility. Additionally, it is important to notethat the car is accompanied by a correct 275 GTB tool kit, jack, handbooks and history file, including photos from the cars previous restoration in the U.S., as well its most recent detailed restoration work in the UK. One other item of note accompanying the car is its original, old-style Italian Libretto, a document all too often lost over the years.Now back in its original, striking colour scheme and fully certified by Ferrari Classiche, chassis no. 08311 is a 275 GTB that wants for nothing and is truly worthy of inclusion in any of the worlds most exclusive Ferrari collections. Needless to say, it would be a brilliant car to drive and enjoy or one that would surely attract plenty of attention at the worlds most exclusive concours events. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/pa19.

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  • RefCode: TA1086728
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTB
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

1966Ferrari 275 GTB NART Spyder (LHD) for sale in London An exceptionally rare and beautiful example Original Ferrari 275 GTB Supplied with a comprehensive history file. Photographic record of Spyder conversion by Moto Technique. It looks almost too good to drive. Could anything so perfect in line and proportion possibly be more than an ornament? Truth is this Ferrari 275 GTS/4, known as the NART Spyder, is so beautiful, you can have a more intoxicating experience just looking at it than driving most sports cars. And we owe it all to one man and, no, its not Enzo Ferrari. Like so many great sports car importers, Luigi Chinetti recognised the viability of sporty open cars in the American market.As such, the N.A.R.T. Spider was born of a direct request from Chinetti to offer his buyers precisely what they wanted. Adding the recognisable North American Racing Team badge to the back of the car certainly helped its cache. N.A.R.T., after all, was one of endurance racings most successful teams, with abanner campaigned by the likes of the Rodriguez Brothers, Bob Grossman, Masten Gregory, Phil Hill, Jean Guichet, and many others. As Luigi Chinetti Jr. recently recounted, As an open version of the 275 GTB, its a very romantic car. To this day, many people think its the prettiest car ever made, and certainly the romance with the little prancing horse in the centre of the steering wheel is a very powerful thing. It signifies history and design. Our incredible275 GTB was exquisitely converted to Nart Spyder specification by highly regarded marquespecialists'Moto-Technique' in 1988. The superb history file still contains invoices and photographs detailing the works carried out. In 1990, the car apparently won second prize in class D of the UK Ferrari Owners' Club Concours, the winner must have been a bit special because this is still simply stunning 18 years on! You'd be hard pressed to tell this example from an original NART, of which just 10 were made. It even has the bonnet bulge which identifiedthe four-cam model. Finished beautifully in Blu Sera, complemented by wonderful Coffee Tan hide with a Black top-roll, a stunning interior representing the pinnacle of 1960's exoticar. The leather remains in superb condition and the dashboard is particularly neat and stylish, with the full complement of Veglia dials beautifully laid out. Accompanying the car is a comprehensive history file with numerous invoices of works carried out, previous MOTs, a German valuation report and an album featuring a photograph of Michael Schumacher with the car. Now available for viewing at theDD Classics Dealership in London, pleasecall 0208 878 33 55to book an appointment. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.

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  • RefCode: TA1129244
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTS
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 45,938
  • Mileage (KM): 73,930
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP

Unveiled at the 1964 Paris Salon, the Ferrari 275 GTS was launched alongside its Berlinetta sibling, carrying the same 3.3-litre V12 Colombo mounted in the front of a beautifully scultped drop-top Pininfarina body. Replacing the 250 GT Series II Cabriolet, the 275 GTS was produced in limited numbers, mainly destined for the USA, with only 200 units being made in a short production run. Even more exclusive than this, are the extremely rare Right Hand Drive examples of the 275 GTS, of which only 14 were produced and we are incredibly proud to be offering one of the finest examples today. The car offered here was produced in 1966 and is a matching numbers example which still maintains its original blue leather interior. It is a very low ownership car and has recently been awarded Classiche Certification. It presents extremely well and is a sound drive; yet a restoration would not be frivolous enterprise. The Ferrari 275 GTS has been one of the fastest appreciating cars of the last 24 months and looksset to continue in this trend, not only due to its fantastic looks, but also due to exclusivity and driving pleasure. It is extremely rare that a RHD example comes on to the market, with the majority being part of some of the finest collections, meaning that the car presented here today is a unique opportunity to not only invest in car of great provenance, but also one of the rarest and finest 60s Ferraris ever made.

CALL 0208 226 3032
  • RefCode: TA1142607
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTB
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP

The Ferrari 275 was unveiled at the 1964 Paris Salon in two different body styles; a convertible by Pininfarina, the GTS, which was comparatively squarer and more traditional to the Scaglietti-built GTB, whose design had the hallmarks of a road-going version of the 250 GTO. Together they both had the 3286cc two cam Colombo engine (a bored-out form of the 250 GTO's) and three Weber carburettors as standard. The GTS could muster 260bhp and the GTB could achieve 280bhp at 7600rpm. This model also was the first to enjoy all-round independent suspension, a 5-speed transaxle plus, also, optional alloy wheels inspired by those on Surtees' Type 156 F1 car that he won the '63 Championship with. In the region of 450 'single-cam' (a cam per bank, so two, really) GTBs were produced during 1964-66, but in in two halves. The first series of cars, 250 in all, had the 'short-nose', with the later cars having the 'long-nose' design. It is from the first series of short nose cars that the example we offer wasproduced. #7371 was delivered o Texas in 1965, in Rosso Chiaro paint and Nero leather. It had a colour change in its early life to Giallo, and for a large period of its life it was in the possession of the Parker Pen Co. family, in the USA. After it was brought back to the UK some three years ago, in a dismantled condition, it was sent straight for restoration at Wildae Restorations, one of the UK's leading restoration specialists. After some 4,000 hours of work, the car was completed in 2017, finished in Nero paint over Rosso leather. The car is fully matching numbers and it recently has been awarded full Ferrari Classiche certification. A leather bound album of the car and its restoration will also be sold with the car. One of the most beautiful cars ever made and designed to resemble the famous GTO, the 275 GTB represents everything a Ferrari GT should; a long nose, low cabin, short tail and a fast, race derived, engine to supplement the 5-speed transaxle and Kamm tail. Therefore, consideringthe quality of our example, it really is not to be missed. Call us today.

CALL 0208 226 3032
  • RefCode: TA1129239
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTS
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 38,500
  • Mileage (KM): 61,959
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP

The Ferrari 275 GTS was revealed at the 1964 Paris Auto Show, alongside its hard top name-sake, the 275 GTB. Although in terms of appearance the two cars are clearly distinguishable, mechanically they both carry a similar 3.3-litre Colombo V12 as well as similar chassis and suspension set-ups. The 275 GTS was the replacement for the outgoing 250 GT Series II Cabriolet and mainly intended for the US market, where the success of high-performance Grand Touring cabriolets had long been established. Further, the 275 GTS is in fact a much rarer vehicle than its Berlinetta sibling, with only 200 examples being made in a short production period. The car we are delighted to offer, fresh from restoration, was built in Maranello in 1965 with Rosso paint over a Nero interior as the 32nd car of 200 made; delivered to its first owner soon after in Germany. Joe Macari Performance Cars sourced the car in 2016 and swiftly sent for it to be restored in Maranello. No expense or time was spared on this ground up, nutand bolt, restoration at the factory and the re-paint from Rosso to Rubino is the perfect compromise, and probably the finest colour to have a classic Ferrari wearing. The car has been subjected to the stringent, lengthy and costly tests at the factory for Ferrari Classiche Certification; which it was awarded in early 2018. In accompaniment to the sale, the car comes with a period tool roll, jack, spare wheel and tonneau which matches the Nero interior. There is also a period spare part's catalogue, Classiche Folder, and, of course, a professionally collated photograph album of the restoration. This perfect condition, original matching engine example is one of the finest available on the market and would make a great addition to any collection.

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  • RefCode: TA1143398
  • Make: FERRARI
  • Model: 275
  • Derivative: GTB/4
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,967
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 17th/18th Jan 2019 - RM Sotheby's - Arizona Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$2,800,000 - $3,200,000 Ferrari Classiche certified; matching numbers throughoutRare and stunning color combination of Blue Sera over Pelle BleuRecent full service completed by Rare Drive One of only 330 examples THE FOUR CAMSome would argue that the 275 GTB boasts the best design ever penned for a production Ferrari berlinetta. The car is perfectly proportioned, with a long hood line and a short yet spacious boot, just one look at it is enough to make enthusiasts go weak at the knees. But, if the 275 GTB was the best-looking berlinetta, then the 275 GTB/4 was definitely the best iteration to drive and enjoy.The GTB/4, introduced in 1966, added little to the already brilliant design of Ferraris 275 simply exterior-mounted and chromed rear trunk hinges and a slight bulge in the hood. However, it was that bulge that hinted at the updates underneath. Namely it was the addition of a second overhead camshaft to eachcylinder bank, making the 275 GTB/4 the first Ferrari road car to boast dual overhead camshafts. This provided the already potent V-12 engine with an additional 20 hp.With only 330 examples produced before Ferrari transitioned to the 365 GTB/4 Daytona, the Four-Cams rarity, looks, and spectacular driving characteristics make it one of the most celebrated grand touring Ferraris of all time, and a must-have for any collection.CHASSIS NUMBER 10051This 275 GTB/4 was delivered new in July 1967 to the proprietor of Tecnotele S.p.A, a Milan-based company. The car was finished new in the unique but striking color combination of Blue Ferrari (20-A-185) over Pelle Bleu (VM 3015), colors seldom seen on Ferraris both then and today. This Four Cam remained in Italy for the following six years, before it was imported to the U.S. by Bart J. McMullen, a Ferrari enthusiast and resident of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Chassis 10051 would then move to Greenfield, Indiana, with its second American owner, Jerry D.Leonard, with whom it shared garage space with another 275 GTB/4, chassis 10675. It was noted that during this time the car was driven regularly by Leonard during the warmer months of the year. The car subsequently changed ownership, and by August 1976, it was described as being blue with blue leather, wire wheels, and super low mileage.The car was purchased later that year by Jim Hunter, a Ferrari enthusiast and the co-owner of FAF Motorcars, which was, at that time, the official Ferrari dealership in Atlanta, Georgia. Hunter sold the car in 1982, but it would remain in the Atlanta area, as it was purchased by another local collector, Bruce Vineyard, who owned several Ferraris, including a Daytona Spider and a 512 BB LM. Vineyard drove and enjoyed the car, always ensuring that it was properly maintained and serviced.After many happy years of driving and enjoying this GTB/4, Mr. Vineyard decided in the late 1990s that the car deserved a complete and no-expense-spared restoration. He commissionedMike Gourleys Continental Coachworks to manage the project, and they contracted the mechanical work to FAF (now known as Ferrari of Atlanta) and the cosmetic details to Charlie Kemps Ferrari South. The restoration took five years, and when it came time to select colors, Mr. Vineyard opted to go with Giallo Fly over a Nero interior. Chassis no. 10051 remained in Mr. Vineyards stable for several more years, until he finally decided to part with the car after nearly 25 years of ownership.In the spring of 2008, chassis no. 10051 was purchased by Larry Alderson, who subsequently showed the car at both the Concorso Italiano and the 2009 Dana Point Concours dElegance, where the car won Best in Class. In 2011, the car was refinished to its current and original Pelle Bleu interior, with a Blue Sera exterior, which is a stunning period-correct Ferrari hue that is very similar to 10051s original Blue Ferrari finish. Following the completion of this cosmetic restoration, the car was shown once again at theDana Point Concours dElegance in June 2011, where it won 1st in Class yet again and was also voted Best Closed Design.The car was purchased in August 2011, joining the well-known Pinnacle Portfolio collection. During its time in the collection, the car was regularly exercised and attained the desirable Classiche certification from Ferrari; its accompanying red binder confirms that it is matching numbers throughout. In 2015 the car was purchased by its current owner. Its restoration still presents extraordinarily well, and it would surely attract lots of attention at FCA and concours events, as it has in the past. Under current ownership the car has been thoroughly enjoyed and well maintained, benefitting from new carpets and a recent full service completed by Rare Drive. The car retains its manuals and tools, as well as a proper jack.As captivating to drive as it is to behold, the 275 GTB/4 is truly one of the greatest grand touring berlinettas ever built. It stirs the soul not only with itsstunning design but also with its fabulous V-12 engine. Chassis no. 10051 is a remarkable example, as it retains all of its original mechanical components, as certified by Ferrari Classiche, boasts known ownership from new, and is finished in a unique color scheme seldom seen in todays market. The 275 GTB/4 is among the most desirable of the road-going Ferraris and arguably the most attractive. Today, it is safe to say this car, chassis 10051, remains one of the finest examples of the 330 that Ferrari produced.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.

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