1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale




1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

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    Even vintage Ferraris can get lost in the shuffle during Monterey Car Week, and when a well-documented Ferrari GTB crossed the.

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    The chassis was slightly modified for a increased front and rear track. Ultimately, ordinary cars are engineered for comfort, fuel economy, passenger space, and cargo space. Monterey by RM Auctions. Amelia Island by RM Auctions. Latest Reviews Kawasaki H2:

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

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    In , Ferrari renamed the to reflect its new four cam engine. It benefited from a variety of upgrades introduced into the series that were tried and tested in the competition models. Upgrades included a long nose bodywork, a torque tube driveline and an engine capable of bhp with a dry sump lubrication system. Most cars were bodied in steel, but a few received aluminum bodies. The chassis was slightly modified for a increased front and rear track. In total, almost a thousand examples were made and only a handful of these were made with aluminum bodies and even less were delivered as NART Spyders.

    Rare and stunning color combination of Blue Sera over Pelle Bleu. Excellent restoration; ready for FCA and concours events. Never Restored and Incredibly Original Throughout.

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    Accompanied by Books, Tools, and Extensive Documentation. Offered Direct from Continuous Year Ownership. Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini. Documented correspondence from Maranello Concessionaires. History recorded by Ferrari historian Marcel Massini.

    Recent cosmetic restoration by a marque specialist. Submitted for Ferrari Classiche certification. Includes books and tools. Arizona by RM Auctions. Under 25, documented original miles. Fresh, exacting ground-up restoration. Ferrari Classiche certification application submitted. One of Approximately Examples Built. A California Car Since the Late s. Certified authentic without exception by Ferrari Classiche.

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    Classiche restoration completed July Transaxle rebuilt by Patrick Ottis. Only km accrued since restoration. Beautiful, rare, original colors; desirable factory power windows. Pending Ferrari Classiche certification. Monterey by RM Auctions.

    Well-documented ownership One of built. Recently, while in the current ownership, it has been freshened cosmetically with new Rosso Corsa paint and mechanically with an engine overhaul performed by Rick Bunkfeldt Vintage Restoration Services of Hartland, Wisconsin. Amelia Island by RM Auctions. Previous year ownership by passionate Ferrari collector.

    Presented in original colors of Bleu Ferrari over Bleu trim. Delivered new in to the proprietor of Tecnotele S. Retaining its matching numbers V engine and handsomely presented today in a classic colour combination, remains both immensely desirable and eminently drivable. Formerly owned by golf great Greg Norman. Matching-numbers engine, completely rebuilt by Miller Motorcars of Connecticut. Originally Delivered in Rosso Chiaro over Black.

    1965 ferrari 275 gtb for sale

    Displayed at the Quail Motorsports Gathering. Believed to be a Low-Mileage Example. Owned by Noted Ferrari Enthusiasts. It is equipped with Borrani wire wheels with correct Michelin XWX radial tires, an original factory option with the open-air design aiding brake cooling. Offered in both berlinetta and spyder form, the was the first roadgoing Ferrari to have independent rear suspension. The gearbox was incorporated into the differential and the engine was moved rearward for better weight distribution and cornering.

    It was delivered on 7 November After buying it he asked Franck to have it entirely resprayed, as the paintwork had faded and the bodywork was the worse for wear. A booklet recording all the work undertaken, complete with photographs, will be given to the new owner, who will be able to assess all the work done on the car down to the smallest detail.

    $1,485,000! 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB



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