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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1964 - 1966
Numbers built:455 (206 long nose, 246 short nose, 3 prototypes, 10 competition cars)
Introduced at:1964 Paris Motor Show
Designed by:Pininfarina
Successor:Ferrari 275 GTB/4
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 28, 2016
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Chassis 06003 Shown at the 1964 Paris Motor Show, this was the only prototype for the all-new 275 GTB production model. Following its show duties, it was retained by Ferrari for testing and development purposes. During this period, it evolved and eventually, the original short front-nose >>>

Chassis 06785 Through Swiss distributor Monteverdi, this six-carburettor, short-nose 275 GTB was sold new to Siegfried Zwimpfer. He raced the car extensively in hill-climbs, road races and rallies. In April of 1966 Zwimpfer was joined by Hans Illert to take a class win in the Monza 1000 k>>>

Chassis 08061 Delivered new early in 1966, this 275 GTB was finished with the top-of-the-range long-nose, alloy body. It was first registered on the road by its Italian owner in on January 20th. Little over two years later, he sold 08061 on to an Irishman that also lived in the Reggio Emi>>>

Chassis 08193 Through Italauto in Lausanne, Switzerland, this alloy-bodied 275 GTB was delivered to its first owner. It was finished in Rosso Rubino and equipped with a black interior. The original owner held onto the car fro three years and then changed hands several times but rem>>>

Chassis 08311 Built early in 1966, this long-nose 275 GTB boasts almost every possible option; it is fitted with an all alloy body, the six-Weber carburettors and a torque tube. It is believed that this is the first of only seven 275 GTBs built to this specification. It was sold new to an>>>

Chassis 08641 Finished in metallic blue with a black leather interior, this 275 GTB was sold new to movie director Roger Vadim and his actress wife Jane Fonda. It was sold to the pair through Franco-Britannic Autos in Paris. They kept the 275 GTB for two-and-a-half years when it was trade>>>

Chassis 08863 One of the last two-cam 275 GTBs, this example boasts the desirable long-nose bodywork and a torque-tube driveshaft. It was finished in the unusual colour of Rosso Chiaro with a red leather. Through Western America distributor Modern Classic Motors, it was delivered n>>>

Chassis 08921 One of the very last two-cam 275 GTBs built, this long nose was fitted with all the desirable options. These included six-carburettor intake system and a torque tube driveshaft. It is estimated that just 40 examples were built with both these performance upgrades. Finished i>>>

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