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The Ferrari 275 was first unveiled at the Paris motor show of 1964 and was hailed as the successor to the legendary Ferrari 250 GT. The car had excellent balance, poise and weight distribution thanks to independent rear suspension and a rear-mounted 5-speed transaxle. In addition, the engine was shifted backwards in order to bring as much weight as possible towards the centre of the car. Ferrari eventually released a redesigned nose for the model, which was longer and aimed to enhance the aerodynamic abilities of the car at high speed, arguably at the expense of design. Therefore, only 239 Short Nose examples were produced and their rarity and undoubted stunning looks have made these cars highly collectable and they are now considered the prized assets of many collections. The original design of the short nose is often regarded as the pure and as designed form.
Chassis no. 07437, Engine no. 07437, Engine internal no. 468/64, Transaxle no. 554 – Originally no. 278
Original exterior colour Rosso Chiaro - Original interior colour Nero
One of only 10 ‘7000’ series Ferrari 275 GTB/C Competizione Clienti
One of only 4 ‘7000’ series cars with period competition history
Extensively raced in period by Renzo Sinibaldi and Franco Failli
Lightweight aluminium bodywork by Scaglietti
Competition car built by Ferrari, with six Weber carburettors, external fuel filler, additional GTO-style cooling vents and long-range fuel tank
Accompanied by extensive period competition images, copies of its original Ferrari build sheets and copies of its Italian registration documentation.
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