Gaston Andrey Motorsports has been selling the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 since there debut
Ferrari introduced 275 GTB/4 at the 1966 Paris Auto Show. It was identical in appearance to the long-nose Ferrari 275 GTB. The revised hood form belied a 3.3-liter V-12 derived from Ferrari’s 1965 prototype racers. The new Ferrari engine had a dry-sump lubrication system and revised cylinder heads with four camshafts that gave the car its “4” suffix. Horsepower increased by 40, to 300 at a heady 8000 rpm.
The 275 GTB boasts the best design ever penned for a production Ferrari Berlinetta. As the car is perfectly proportioned, with a long hood line and a short yet spacious boot, just one look will the make enthusiasts add this to there collection portfolio. But, if the 275 GTB was the best-looking Ferrari Berlinetta, then the 275 GTB/4 is certainly a joy to drive.
V-12 berlinetta, and its collectability is increased by the fact that it was produced in a sparing quantity of approximately 330 examples.