The Ferrari 275 GTB was first manufactured in 1964 and its production continued until 1968. The successor to the Ferrari 250, this 2-seater grand touring classic featured elegant lines and a very distinguishable body that stands out in the Ferrari line as one of the most delicate and refined. A 3.3-Liter Colombo 60 V12 engine powered the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB, producing 280hp for the base model and up to 300hp with a specific engine option. For the first time in Ferraris engineering history, a transaxle was introduced, integrating the transmission and rear axle for an improved driving experience. Although it was presented as a Grand Touring vehicle and was indeed comfortable and luxurious, the Ferrari 275 GTB was actually more of a sports car with great performance and driving. Built by Scaglietti, the car came with 3 or 6 Weber twin-choke carburetors and some examples were ordered with an aluminum body instead of the standard steel body. Many collectors and enthusiasts favor these aluminum body models, yet they can be quite difficult to find.
Several special edition versions of the Ferrari 275 GTB were made throughout the production years of the series. Very few Ferrari 275 examples were made, even for the standard model, which makes it difficult for buyers to find the perfect example if they are seeking special options and color combinations. The Beverly Hills Car Club has an extensive knowledge of the classic car market in terms of prices and availability, as well as valuable industry connections. If youre considering buying a 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB, you should give them a call to discuss your project. Their long-time experience will benefit you in many ways, from the research, to the buying process, to the ownership experience. They may even have the classic Ferrari youre looking for in their Los Angeles classic car showroom.
Visit The Beverly Hills Car Club website today to see the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB models currently available to you. If they arent any that you see of interest at their dealership, call the team to inquire about future arrivals. The Ferrari 275 being a very desirable classic, the team is always looking to bring in new examples and theyll be happy to keep you inform on the status of the different models. Connect with their experienced team today to get started. They look forward to hearing from you soon.
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