1964→1966 Ferrari 275 GTS
Above Images ©Anthony Hazelaar @ 2003 Christies' Motorcar Sale
Built as Ferraris Cabriolet, the 275 GTS replaced the 250 Series II Cabriolet in 1964 at the Paris Motor Show. New to the car was an updated body by Pininfarina and 3.3-liter engine which it shared with the 275 GTB 'Berlinetta.'
A new 3.3-liter version of the Colombo V12 engine called the Tipo 213 was developed. Producing a capable 260 bhp, it could power the luxurious cabriolet to around 150 mph.
The chassis was thoroughly revised to include four-wheel independent suspension. Double wishbones were implemented at all four corners as were disc brakes.
Only 200 examples of the GTS were built in a quick two year production. Many of these ended up in the California market.
Chassis & Sales
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS - sold for €385,500
At present, the dashing Spyder shows approximately 28,000 miles, and retains its U.S. and U.K. registration plates. It is presented in excellent overall cosmetic and mechanical condition, remaining highly presentable and particularly well suited for continued open-air driving enjoyment. Characterized by the wonderful sounds of the legendary Colombo V12 engine, superb balance, and great style, the driving pleasures afforded by this 275 GTS are ... more
Gallery: 2008 RM Automobiles of London
1966 Ferrari 275 GTS 07655 - sold for $445,500
According to factory paperwork, the example offered here, s/n 07655, was completed in July 1965 and imported new in autumn of that year to the United States by Luigi Chinetti Motors of Greenwich, Connecticut. By August 1966, it was owned by one Mr. Petrascoro of New Jersey before eventually coming under the ownership of Steve Saunders of Illinois in the 1980s, having since been repainted red and fitted with a tan leather interior. Advertised f... more
Gallery: 2009 Automobiles of Amelia Island RM Auction
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07227 - sold for $445,500
Complete recent restoration at Ferrari factory in Maranello. Complete with books and tools. The 52nd of only 200 examples built, this is an excellent opportunity for any Ferrari collector to acquire a 275 GTS restored by none other than the experts from Maranello.
Over the course of the restoration, Ferrari located its original records that confirm the engine was replaced in period and by the factory, following engine damage sustained by a... more
Gallery: RM Auctions' 2010 Sports & Classics of Monterey
1965 Ferrari 275GTS Spyder Coachwork by Pininfarina 06977 - sold for €500,000
Refinished in yellow and with its interior re-trimmed in black, the car is described by the vendor as in generally fine condition and will be presented for sale fresh from servicing and detailing by marque specialists (invoice available). Offered with Massini Report and current MoT, '06977' represents a rare opportunity to acquire a fine example of what many consider the most elegant of all spyder Ferraris.
Gallery: 2012 Goodwood Revival Sale by Bonhams
1966 Ferrari 275 GTS 08005 - sold for $1,127,500
One of Only 200 Examples Built over a Two-Year Period. Believed to be a Long-Term West Coast Car. Beautifully Restored, Matching-Numbers Example. First in Class at the Ferrari 60th Anniversary Concours at Fiorano. Two-Time FCA 99+ Point Platinum Award Winner. Certified by the Ferrari Classiche Department. Offered with Tool Roll, Manuals, Borrani Wire Wheels, and Red Book. Documented by Marque Historian Marcel Massini.
Gallery: The 2013 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07189 - sold for €795,200
The 275 GTS offered here is presented in Oro Chiaro with Nero Franzi interior and equipped with factory fog lamps, exactly as it was when delivered by German importers, Auto Becker, to its original owner in the Augsburg area. It was offered for sale locally in November 1967, and by the early 1970s, it was in the hands of British enthusiasts, first Adrian D. Hall, of London, and later H. Richard Chew, a British diplomat who took the car with hi... more
Gallery: 2013 Villa d'Erba Auction by RM
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07331 - sold for $990,000
Originally owned by legendary racing driver Bob Grossman. From the collection of a FCA charter member and past president. Matching-numbers example; frequently driven and enjoyed.
Gallery: 2013 Monterey Auction by RM Auctions
The Bruxelles Motor Show 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07799 - sold for $1,045,000
Delivered new as factory show car in Oro Chiaro over Rosso Scuro. Exceptionally well presented example with matching numbers engine. Prominent ownership history and kept by first owner for 34 years. One of Ferrari's best driving open top road cars. Documented history by Ferrari historian Marcel Massini.
Gallery: 2013 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams
1966 Ferrari 275 GTS 08353 - sold for $1,485,000
One of 200 produced; the fifth from last example built. Finished in incredibly rare Grigio Fumo. Originally delivered through Luigi Chinetti Motors. Showing less than 12,000 original miles. Recipient of a fresh restoration by marque specialists.
Gallery: 2014 Arizona by RM Auctions
1966 Ferrari 275 GTS 07805 - sold for $1,760,000
Two owners from new; current ownership for 37 years. Original paint and interior. Under 24,000 original miles. Decades of enjoyment by a true enthusiast. An incredibly original “once-in-a-lifetime” 275 GTS.
Gallery: 2014 Monterey by RM Auctions
1966 Ferrari 275 GTS 08313 - did not sell for $2,365,000
One of the all-time road going Ferraris; one of 200 built. Fresh restoration by Ferrari specialists Patrick Ottis and Brian Hoyt. Long-term German and American history. Wonderful colors and presentation.
Gallery: Arizona 2015 by RM Auctions
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07449 - sold for $1,595,000
One of Only 200 Examples Built. Upgraded in Period with 6-Carb Setup. Offered from Continuous 45-Year Ownership. Recent Mechanical Attention Performed by John Hajduk’s Motorkraft. Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini.
Gallery: Scottsdale 2015 by Gooding & Company