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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1966
Numbers built:12
Designed by:Pininfarina
Predecessor:Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione Clienti
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 26, 2015
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Chassis 09007 The very first 275 GTB/C built, this example was acquired directly from the factory by Rome based racer Tullio Sergio Marchesi. He debuted chassis 09007 with a class victory in the 1966 Targa Florio and would continue to campaign the car with great success into 1968. It then>>>

Chassis 09015 Ready in time for the 1966 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, this was the second 275 GTB/C built. It was entered by Luigi Chinetti's North American Racing Team (NART) for gentleman racers Giampiero Biscaldi and Prince Michel de Bourbon-Parma. Having completed 218 laps, the>>>

Chassis 09027 Finished in Belgian's national racing colour yellow, this 275 GTB/C was sold new to Ecurie Francorchamps. Piloted by Claude Bubois and Pierre Noblet, it was driven to 10th overall and second in class in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans. Later in the month, Lucien Bianchi won the>>>

Chassis 09035 Completed in June of 1966, this 275 GTB/C was just ready in time for its Le Mans entry by the British Ferrari agent Maranello Concessionaires. Finished in the easily recognisable colours, the car was driven by Roy Pike and Piers Courage to eighth overall and first in class. >>>

Chassis 09041 Sold new to the United States through Chinetti Motors, this 275 GTB/C was not raced in period. In its first decade, chassis 09041 changed hands many times before it was acquired by collectors Dyke & Sue Ridgley, who occasionally showed it events. In 1992, it was acquired by >>>

Chassis 09051 Completed in June of 1966, chassis 09051 was sold new to Italian privateer racer Renzo Sinibaldi. He campaigned the car for three seasons with considerable success in local events like hill-climbs, scoring numerous outright and GT-class victories. After passing through the h>>>

Chassis 09057 Ordered through Luigi Chinetti, this 275 GTB/C was first owned by Bob Hutchins. He briefly raced the car before selling it on to Harley Cluxton, once again through Chinetti's Ferrari dealership. Chassis 09057 remained in the United States and was raced extensively throughout>>>

Chassis 09063 One of several 275 GTB/Cs sold through Luigi Chinetti, this example was acquired new by young Mexican racer Pedro Rodriguez. He used the car to finished seventh overall and first in class in the December 1966 Governor's and Tourist Trophy race during the Nassau speed week. S>>>

Chassis 09067 The 9th of 12 Ferrari 275 GTB/Cs built, this example was not sold to a racing team or a gentleman racer. Instead it was acquired by a private company from Milan and registered for the road using Bologna plates. Remaining in Milan, it was then sold in 1967 and again in 1969. >>>

Chassis 09073 Sold new through Luigi Chinetti's Greenwich, CT dealership, chassis 09073 was never raced in period. It did pass through the hands of noted collectors like Paul Pappalardo and Albert Obrist later in its life. In the late 1980s the car returned to the United States and was sh>>>

Chassis 09079 The penultimate Ferrari 275 GTB/C built, chassis 09079 was delivered new to Filipinetti Racing in Switzerland. They entered the car for Dieter Spoerry and Rico Steinemann in the 1967 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It placed 11th and a fabulous first in class at its comp>>>

Chassis 09085 The very last 275 GTB/C was sold new to the United States. The first owner did not race the car and it was not seen until the early 1990s. Following a complete restoration, the subsequent custodian had it completely restored and then showed it at the 1996 Pebble Beach Concou>>>

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