On 30 November the British, Bonhams will put under the hammer a rare and beautiful 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB. The car is designed by Pininfarina and features an aluminum body. The perfectly preserved Berlinetta was once considered to be the best production Ferrari ever built, so it is no surprise that in the auction to be held in London, the expected price of the car may reach £1,500,000-2,000,000.
The lightweight aluminum “Longnose” GTB is one of the most famous cars of the famous collection Maranello Rosso of Fabrizio Violati. The car originally belonged to Franco Palma, who kept the car for 10 years, and sold it in 1976. It was then bought by the company Bellancauto, a large mineral water company, the owner Fabrizio Violati was an amateur racing driver and collector of classic cars. The Italian kept it among other rare cars at the Maranello Rosso Museum in San Marino.
It is equipped with a 3.3 liter V12 engine with three single Weber carburetors and according to Bonhams, it was the #283d, 275 GTB built and it has the original exterior color, the famous “Verde Scuro”. The car also features a full leather interior and power windows.
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