Exceptionally Desirable 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Long Nose Alloy: 1 of 80 Aluminum-Bodied Long Nose 275 GTBs
Ferrari Classiche-certified 275 GTB with coachwork by Scaglietti, presented in its elegant original color scheme and restored by a team of the best Italian marque specialists. 1 of 80 Aluminum-Bodied Long Nose 275 GTBs. Offered with Tools, Massini Report, and ACI Registration Records.
Chassis no. 08117
Engine no. 08117 (internal number 992/64)
Grigio Argento Metallizzato with Black Leather
As one might expect, the overall condition of this car is breathtaking. The restoration was completed to a very high standard and the condition of the car today exemplifies the high quality and craftsmanship contributed to the car. Despite the passage of time, the presentation remains that of a freshly completed example. Period correct, ultra-fine flake argento metallic paintwork has been applied over straight panels with excellent panel match at all seams. The exterior finish is free of any marks, aging, or flaws of significance. The brightwork is also free of any deterioration of any kind, and Brandoli stampings can be found on the bottoms of the bumpers on all four corners. The emblems are in beautiful condition, as is the glass. Securit stampings can be found on the quarter, side, and rear windows, whereas the windshield was likely replaced as part of the restoration and displays a Sircurvetro etching in the bottom right corner. The glass is unmarked, as are the correct Carello headlamps. This alloy long nose sits on beautifully restored one-piece alloy wheels as originally delivered, with correct “straight ear” knock offs, and shod with Michelin 205 VR 14 series XWX tires. The interior is essentially unmarked, and has been beautifully refinished with high quality materials in the original patterns. The dash and console wood has been refinished, as has the factory correct instrumentation and switchgear. The only changes from original in the interior have been made with functionality and safety in mind: A discreetly mounted low oil pressure light below the dash yet still visible to the driver, and mounting posts for three-point safety harnesses. Much like the exterior, the interior has a very fresh presentation. The engine bay is quite correct in terms of equipment and finishes, and aside from the slightest signs of mellowing, would be difficult to improve upon. The six carburetor upgrade is a marvelous sight and has been professionally installed. Even the window washer bag is present, as are the body rivets within the engine bay drain canal, only present on the rare alloy bodied examples. Both the cosmetic and mechanical aspects of the underside have clearly been included within the restoration process, and remain in excellent condition overall.
Having been maintained by knowledgeable collectors since its restoration, this 275 GTB presents in outstanding mechanical condition with the high quality cosmetic restoration having mellowed nicely during mild use and showing over the past years. Today, the brilliant performance and road manners one would expect of an alloy-bodied, six-carburetor 275 GTB remain very much in keeping with the legend associated with these amazing cars.
Our latest addition is this outstanding UK supplied Ferrari 275 GTB, finished in its original specified colour combination of Celeste Chiaro Metallizzatto (Metallic Sky Blue) exterior and Nero (Black) interior.
First unveiled at the 1964 Paris Motor Show alongside its drop top sibling, the 275 GTS, .....
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, .....
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.
Delivered new to official dealer M. Gastone Crepaldi S.a.s of Via San Marco, Milan, Italy on 31st May 1967
Original specification was Verde Pino coachwork with Beige VM 3218 interior, instruments in Kilometres, full leather seats, special upholstery and power windows
Registered on Italian plates .....
We have the most fantastic 1967 ‘Long Nose’ Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta Scaglietti in optima forma! This, the most loved version of the famous 275 series, has 4 camshafts and 6 carburettors. It had a 2 year production run between 1966 and 1968 and with a total of only 330 cars, a real rarity. The .....
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS LHD
Price: € 1,900,000.00
Registration Number: KYY460C
Chassis number: 06817
Ordered new in April of 1965 & supplied by Franco Britannic Motors of Paris. this left hand drive example is one off some 200 cars produced. The car is finished in Rosso over Nero. This .....
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. In fact the car has just competed on the 2018 Tour Auto and we can confirm the car is performing very strongly indeed!
This car has been kept in perfect condition and is .....
For sale in our forthcoming auction in Paris, on 17 June 2019:
Chassis n° 7555
Engine n° 7555
- Certified by Ferrari Classiche
- Delivered new to Paris by Franco Britannic
- Fully restored by Autofficina Carlo Bonini, exceptional condition
- From the Jean-Pierre Slavic collection
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Monterey event, 15 - 17 August 2019. One of approximately 58 long-nose, torque-tube, triple-carburetor, steel-bodied examplesRetains its matching-numbers original engine and gearboxFinished in its original colors of Rosso Rubino over NeroIncludes tool roll and .....
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Monterey event, 15 - 17 August 2019. Ferrari Classiche–certifiedRetains its original chassis, engine, and gearboxOne of four triple-carburetor, long-nose, torque-tube, aluminum-bodied examples builtDocumented by marque historian Marcel MassiniIncludes both .....