An extremely rare 1966 Ferrari 275 Gran Turismo Berlinetta Competizione Scaglietti will be sold from Bonhams, at an auction to be held on January 15 next year.
This Ferrari 275 Competizione Scaglietti took part in the celebrations of 60 years of presence in the Italian company in America, and is just one of 12 built. Originally belonged to Georges Filipinetti, a racing driver who ran with Ferarri and took part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1967, and in the endurance race of Spa-Francorchamps in 1969, winning both races in group GT.
After the “demobilization” of the games, the car entered the collection of an American collector, it was destroyed by fire in 1985, but was completely rebuilt from the Italian factory. It remains unknown what value it will catch, but pondering that the Ferrari 250 GTO has surpassed 30 million. Dollars, the 275 Gran Turismo Berlinetta Competizione Scaglietti is rarest and most important so it may be sold for more.