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Used 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4
1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4
1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4
Chassis Number 10815
- Originally Delivered in the Unites States by Luigi Chinetti Motors in Greenwich, CT in January of 1968
- Featured in Giallo Modena over Nero
- Well documented by noted Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini
- Ferrari Classiche Certified
- Retaining Its Original Body and Drivetrain
- Former ownership by several well-known Ferrari collectors
- Immaculate example of the acclaimed Four-Cam
- Set of tools and documentation spare set of borrani wheels will accompany the vehicle.
- Current owner has maintained this pristine concourse restored 275 GTB/4 without any hesitation since restoration by authorized dealer Miller Motorcars by certified renowned master technician Lee Stayton
- Accompanied in the sale is copy of the certificate of origin
3,285 CC Tipo 226 DOHC V-12 Engine
Six Weber 40 DCN Carburetors
300 BHP at 8,000 RPM
5-Speed Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Vacuum-Assisted Disc Brakes
4-Wheel Independent Suspension with Wishbones and Coil-Over Shock Absorbers
Chassis type 596
Engine type 213
Gearbox type 596
Assembly sequence #307 (Source: Factory)
Scaglietti Body #A0318 (Source: Factory)
Original exterior color: Rosso Rubino 106-R-12 (Source: Factory) Original interior color: Beige Scuro VM 846 Connolly (Source: Factory)
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