1966 Ferrari 275 GTB
The maximum speed - 280 km / h
Engine capacity - 3300 cc
Manufacturer Body - Scaglietti
This 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB is the fifth from last built and, with its torque tube and long nose, is the most developed version of this famous model. This particular car was originally delivered to the US, and one of just four of the model to have left the factory in the Verde Scuro colour. It has been subject to a correct and immaculate cosmetic and mechanical restoration by renowned marque specialists.
This is one of desirable, lightweight, aluminium-bodied 'Longnose' GTBs and is absolutely one of the outstanding stars of the Maranello Rosso Collection in San Marino, having been acquired by Fabrizio Violati as long ago as 1976.
The car's chassis design is Ferrari's Tipo 563, its engine type 213 equipped with three twin-choke Weber carburettors. It was No. 283 in the assembly sequence and it has survived in its original exterior colour of 'Verde Scuro 20-G-186' with interior trim colour in 'Nero VM 8500'. As original, it was supplied with the desirable new 'Longnose' body style, full leather seats, power windows and with its dashboard instruments reading in kilometers.