Flawless and Numbers Matching 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 to be Auctioned Off
Each winter, automotive enthusiasts look forward to the automotive auctions in Scottsdale, Arizona, highlighted by the big Barrett-Jackson auction. One of the 2021 Scottsdale auction focal points is lot 1394, an absolutely pristine 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4. This is one of the most iconic and desirable of all Ferrari’s from the ’60s.
This particular car looks like it did the day it drove off the showroom floor the day it was purchased. It’s also numbers matching, meaning the body, engine, and transmission are the same components the car left the factory with. It has 60,015 actual miles and has been completely restored.
It also had a recent complete overhaul of the 3.3-liter V12 engine, paired with a five-speed manual transmission. The car also has complete historical documentation and includes its original tool bag filled with tools and the brochure. Having the original tool bag is a big deal as they’re extremely hard to find and expensive to purchase.
Online bids are being accepted now, with the car expected to hit the block during the March 20 to 27 auction. These cars are known to fetch at least a couple of million dollars at auction, depending on condition.