Ferrari 275GTB/4 the best captures vision of all a Ferrari road car should be🏎💨🔥
There is the beauty of a car without a single inelegant angle or wasted line, its incomparable shape the unmistakeable work of the Pininfarina design house in its finest phase. There is the Colombo-designed V12 engine which, in 3.3 litre, four camshaft configuration was the ultimate manifestation of perhaps the most famous road racing engine of them all, an engine with multiple Le Mans wins to its name and, here, with 300bhp at no fewer than 8000rpm. Unlike earlier Ferrari road cars, it has classic double wishbone suspension at each corner and disc brakes too, while its superb dogleg five speed gearbox is mounted as a transaxle between the rear wheels to balance the mass of the engine in its nose. Finally, there is its rarity: just 280 275GTB/4s were made between 1966 and 1968.
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