1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4

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Some Ferrari enthusiasts prefer the engine mounted in the rear, others prefer it in front. Either way, if it has 12 cylinders, it shares Enzo’s original vision for Ferrari’s legacy. Such is the case with the 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4, a true connoisseur’s car. 

With a front-mounted V12 engine, the 275 GTB/4 offers a vintage Ferrari driving experience. To decode the model name a bit, the 4 at the end of the GTB means the vehicle has an engine featuring a 4 overhead camshaft design. These engines are special and they sound incredible, producing 300 horsepower from the hand-assembled factory. 

This particular 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is available through Gooding & Company. It features matching engine and chassis numbers along with plenty of documentation. One of the reasons these cars are so desirable is because they feature coachwork by the legendary Scaglietti. 

However, this specific ‘67 275 GTB/4 includes an impressive resume, to say the least. Some of its career highlights include runway time at the 1967 Brussels Motor Show. It is also a Ferrari Classiche Red Book Certified vehicle.

If you want the complete history of this Prancing Horse legend, the vehicle includes complete documentation by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini. The gorgeous black exterior still shines, begging you to fire it up for a quick spin on a beautiful day. 

Classic Ferrari styling with exciting performance for its era defines the 60’s 275 GTB/4 experience. In fact, it has a top speed of 166 miles per hour and Ferrari only produced 330 of them from ‘66 to ‘68. Don’t miss your chance to get your hands on one before it is too late.

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