One of the most respected streetcars Ferrari ever produced, marries incredible performance with timeless Pininfarina styling. This particular car, the steel short nose version of which only 250 were produced, was originally sold by Luigi Chinetti Motors, Connecticut, USA in January 1965. It is in top restored condition. The 275 was the successor to the legendary 250 GTO series. It distinguished itself from its predecessor by having all-round independent suspension. Thanks to racing experience gained in the 250 LM, the differential with integrated 5-gear transmission creates a perfect weight distribution. The bodywork is outstanding with all panels and panel-gaps correctly placed. The original ‘Grigio’ paint finish and chrome details are sublime. The cabin trim has been completely re-fitted by renowned upholsterers Luppi Interiors of Modena, Italy, in ‘Pelle Nera’ leather. In 2015 a Belgian Ferrari dealer and specialist carried out a 36.000.- euro partial engine revision. The engine and gearbox/diff have their Matching Numbers. Other parts such as, the axles, brakes and shocks are in keeping with the original car. The 15” lightweight magnesium wheels with central locking nut and Tripmaster come as an added bonus. Overall this is a very sound car with perfect handling properties. This car not only has a Ferrari Classische certification, it also has been completely certified by FIA. It has a FIA http GT 12 class passport. In short what a wonderful and stunning 275 GTB!

Specification

Fuel: Petrol
Body style: Coupé
Transmission: Manual
Milage: 23651 Km
Power: -
Build: 1965
VAT/Margin: Marge
Price: € 2.250.000 ,-
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