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I was messing around looking at some Ferrari facts and I came across the 275 GTB/C. I know there were around 450 of the 275 GTB produced between 1964-66. But in 1966 it seems there were 11 of the 275 GTB/C produced.

Does anyone know what makes the 275 GTB/C different than the 275 GTB?
 

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275 Gtb/c

Dry sump, tuned, lightweight aluminium body, race suspension.
Eleven 275 GTB/C's - chassis numbers #9007, #9015, #9027, #9035, #9041, #9051, #9057, #9063, #9067, #9073, #9079, and a 275 GTB/4C #9085
 

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275 GTB Competition

Like all things Ferrari, just to confuse , there are 275 GTB Competition models as well ! Look out for bonnet and rear wing openings.
1965 - #6701, #6885, #7185, #7271, #7307, #7407, #7421, #7437, #7477, #7517, #7545, #7577
1966 - #7623, #7641
Not to mention all the aluminium bodied road cars.
 

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Thanks Marlin!!
And good job getting photos of almost half of a very rare model made 41 years ago. I wonder if they all still exist?
 

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I was messing around looking at some Ferrari facts and I came across the 275 GTB/C. I know there were around 450 of the 275 GTB produced between 1964-66. But in 1966 it seems there were 11 of the 275 GTB/C produced.

Does anyone know what makes the 275 GTB/C different than the 275 GTB?
Well, starting with the price tag....

They start at a $1mm and go up to $7mm for a LeMans version.

Which will buy you 125 308 GTB's....which is a lot of cambelts to change.
 
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