1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 | Mecum Auctions Glendale | MotorTrend



This 1967 Ferrari has a correct 3,286cc four-cam V-12 engine, believed to be 1 of only 2 spare engines produced by the factory! Watch Mecum Auctions Glendale on MotorTrend+, start your free trial now ➡️

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22 comments

  1. I would much rather have a new Ferrari Lusso. I am just not a fan of the old when new is so much better.

  2. People that have that kind of money don't work.
    If hard work paid off I would be a trillionaire.

  3. Ohhh my word please drive this sweet automobile. Please. You owe it to the rest of us to not keep this beautiful work of art locked in a garage as an "investment" or whatever. If I had any cool cars I wouldn't be able to help driving all of em, I dunno how people can keep it under wraps just to brag about it yet never rip around in it

  4. Sure it's not the original engine.butttt. a thing to make it even more unique and rare is that it was 1 of 2 spare engines EVER for that car/year from Ferrari. Pretty interesting I think.

  5. This is more proof that people will pay without history. The Ferraris that lost to Ford and Shelby are valued higher than the cars that beat them.

  6. The 1968 C3 Corvette side profile. The nose was copied too and showed up on the Datsun 240/260Z. Taillights copied for the late 60"s / early 70's Opel GT

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