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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1965
Numbers built:10
Predecessor:Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione Speciale
Successor:Ferrari 275 GTB/C
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 23, 2015
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Chassis 07271 Originally finished red with a white circle around the grille, this was the first 275 GTB Competizione Clienti built for the 1965 season. It was acquired new by a Portuguese gentleman racer. He extensively campaigned the car in local events with some success well into the 19>>>

Chassis 07407 The second Competizione Clienti 275 GTB built, this example was painted in the classic red with a blue interior. It was acquired new by a gentleman racer from Ireland. He only campaigned the car in local events but retained chassis 07407 until well into the 1970s. In 1979, i>>>

Chassis 07437 This Competizione Clienti was delivered new to to its first, Italian owner through V.E.C.A.R. in Rome. Barely used, the car was traded back shortly after. The second owner was slightly more active and campaigned the car in select events during the 1967 season. During the ear>>>

Chassis 07477 Delivered new to American Alfred Ducato in Maranello, this is Competizione Clienti was most definitely never raced in period or since. Upon taking delivery, Ducato drove the car across Europe before having it shipped to the United States. He would go on to own the car until >>>

Chassis 07517 Chassis 07517 was the sixth Competizione Clienti built and it was sold to a gentleman racer in the United Kingdom. He raced the car in local events and hill-climbs before selling the 275 GTB on in 1970. In the subsequent years, it passed through several hands before it was a>>>

Chassis 07641 Completed in August of 1965, this is the tenth and final Competizione Clienti built by Ferrari. Through Bev Spencer, it was sold to Californian William A. Lester. Although he never raced the car, Lester retained the car until his death in 1993. From his estate, chassis 07641>>>

  Article Image gallery (69) Chassis (6) Specifications