1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Alloy N.A.R.T. - Price Upon Request

This 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4, commonly known as 4-cam, is a very special unique example. It is one of only 19 cars out of a total production of 331 cars built as a light weight in Aluminum.
What makes this car even more special though than all other alloy bodied 275GTB/4 is that the car was entered by Luigi Chinetti's legendary North American Racing Team N.A.R.T. at Watkins Glen and also at the 24 hours of Daytona.
Afterwards the car was sent by N.A.R.T. Racing Team to France to attend in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, once again with Bob Grossmann driving. However, the car was disqualified prior to the start due to incorrect wheels never having a chance to prove it's performance and liability, but not before being featured in a local French newspaper.
Bob Grossman and Ronnie Bucknam were the pilots at the Six Hours of Watkins Glen in 1968 and placed 9th OA. Sam Posey and Ricardo Rodriguez drove the car in the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1969. Despite gearbox problems and almost three hours of repair time in the pits they still finished a very respectful 2nd in Class and 23rd OA.
The car has been in the hands of various collectors and was acquired by us out together with 20 other classic Ferrari out of the Frits Kroyman collection in the Netherlands.
The car underwent significant mechanical work at the Ferrari Classiche department, it was returned to it's original color as delivered new and raced in the 60s, the original matching number engine has just been installed and has been fully rebuilt to better than new condition by the Ferrari Classiche Department. The Car just received the Attestation for a car of significant historic importance from Ferrari verifying the originality of all components.
This 275GTB/4 qualifies for a variety of exciting Vintage Motor Sport events including the Le Mans Classic, but it will always be a welcomed entry at any Concours d'Elegance or Ferrari Club Meet. It is an important piece of Ferrari Motorsport History in the United States and a pleasure to drive.


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