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post #1 of 10 Old 09-30-2010, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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I'm looking for a great 275GTB or GTB/4 to buy.

I sold my 275GTB/4 last year and I'm looking for another 275GTB long nose or 4/cam. I'm looking for originality over configuration. I would love to find an original paint car with original interior. I don't like totally restored cars but a respray would be fine.

If you have a 275GTB you would like to sell or if you have any leads on one I would really appreciate the info.

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I sold my 275GTB/4 last year and I'm looking for another 275GTB long nose or 4/cam. I'm looking for originality over configuration. I would love to find an original paint car with original interior. I don't like totally restored cars but a respray would be fine.

If you have a 275GTB you would like to sell or if you have any leads on one I would really appreciate the info.

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Suggest you take a look at:

http://www.dkeng.com/sales/blue-chip...for-sale-.aspx

This example, chassis 10285, was completed in July 29, 1967. Delivered new to its firs owner, Pietro Notarianni (a famous Italian actors, Renato Salvatori, personal assistant), the car was presented in Argento with full Nero leather seats. In 1971 the car was exported to the USA for a period of some 10 years until being brought back to Switzerland in 1981 when the car was subjected to a restoration. Following this the car passed through a couple of hands and remained in the possession of a German gentleman for some 20 years. During this period the car was repainted red and used very occasionally, the speedometer shows just 500 kms which is believed to be the amount covered in the past 25 years since restoration. Following a brief recent trip back across the pond to the USA the car is now back in Europe and available for sale. The car has recently been subjected to a bare metal respray back to its original colour and is UK road registered and in fine order ready to be used and enjoyed by its next owner.
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Boxer - great ref site. If I had the means, this would be my choice. I presume you may have seen this car in the UK? http://www.dkeng.com/sales/blue-chip...o-105066).aspx
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Boxer - great ref site. If I had the means, this would be my choice. I presume you may have seen this car in the UK? http://www.dkeng.com/sales/blue-chip...o-105066).aspx
I have seen it. It is on excellent condition but color does not do much for me. IMHO, 288 GTOs, F40s, F50s, Enzos should be rosso corsa.
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There is a Grigio Silverstone example for sale in the UK
http://www.pistonheads.com/sales/1933888.htm

My 430 is Grigio and I think this is the best colour for that model. Yet, for me, the Grigio does not sit well on the F50.
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pm me if you'd like

not particularly wanting to sell or trade, but feel free to PM me. '67 275 GTB/4, about to complete Classiche cert. All original, save for that-which-should-not-be (think maintenance) - original to this exact car, not the model.

Black (a respray, obviously - it was originally midnight blue) with dark red interior (i believe it was dyed from the original tan). extremely low mileage (17k rings a bell), just completing a tune up and thorough going over at Ft Lauderdale Ferrari/Maserati.

currently fitted with ram tubes, though we do have the air filter, which will have to go on for the Classiche cert.

Son of the owner, not a dealer. Car has been in the family since the mid 70's. Never been in an accident, all original body, drivetrain, interior, etc. no goofy mods at any point during it's lifetime, save for the aforementioned color change.

Should see some track time in Florida, soon - a recent retiree from storage in Chicago. This is not a trailer queen, though it most certainly could be after a teardown. IMHO it'd be a real shame were that to happen - this one is a driver. just like she was off the assembly line, idling in traffic on a hot day is an adventure! Got it in trade off of Joe Marchetti - some of you may remember the name
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Did you find a 275 GTB?
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