Unveiled at the 1964 Paris Salon, the Ferrari 275 GTS was launched alongside its Berlinetta sibling, carrying the same 3.3-litre V12 Colombo mounted in the front of a beautifully scultped drop-top Pininfarina body.
Replacing the 250 GT Series II Cabriolet, the 275 GTS was produced in limited numbers, mainly destined for the USA, with only 200 units being made in a short production run.
Even more exclusive than this, are the extremely rare Right Hand Drive examples of the 275 GTS, of which only 19 were produced and we are incredibly proud to be offering one of the finest examples today.
The car offered here was produced in 1966 and was ordered in RHD through Maranello Concessionaires in Egham, U.K. It was specified from new in Grigio Argento over a Pelle Nuvola interior, the same colours it wears today.
It has recently been awarded red book Classiche Certification from the Ferrari factory, confirming its matching numbers engine and gearbox. It presents extremely well and is a sound drive; yet a restoration would not be frivolous enterprise.
It is extremely rare that a RHD example comes on to the market, with the majority being part of some of the finest collections, meaning that the car presented here today is a unique opportunity to not only invest in car of great provenance, but also one of the rarest and finest 60s Ferraris ever made.