A Beautiful Yellow Ferrari
If you want one to see a beautiful restoration of a Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione, then look no further than this masterfully restored one from the Ferrari Classic division. The owner brought his 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione to the division for a full restoration, and it was featured in Ferrari’s official magazine.
The car was originally painted ‘Giallo Fly’ yellow livery. Just four days after it left the Ferrari factory it competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. During that race, it placed second in its class and 10th overall. This car is a piece of automotive history and it deserved the practiced hands at the Ferrari Classic division.
The car competed in several events. These included the Mont Ventoux hill climb and the Marathon de la Route race at the Nürburgring in the 1960s. It changed hands and was worked on by several different people over the years. when it arrived at the Ferrari Classic division, it was painted red and not in great shape. There were odd parts and vents all over the car from years of racing. The owner wanted to return the car to its former glory.
The experts at Ferrari were able to bring the Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione back to its original state. It’s now as it was once it left Maranello in 1966.