This 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS is a perfect example on the great works that has been done over the years at the legendary Italian car design firm Pininfarina.
By Henrik Malmberg | Automotive | 2016-01-20
When Ferrari introduced the 275 series it was a significant milestone in the Italian car manufacturers history. The 275 series introduced two of the companys most seminal models, the 275 GTB and GTS. While the GTB was a competition-inspired berlinetta, the GTS was an elegant, luxurious spider in the tradition of the 250 GT Pininfarina Cabriolets of the early 1960s, an heir to the vaunted California Spider.
This 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS by Pininfarina, which rolls up on auction via RM Sothebys Arizona-series on the 28-29th of January, is just one of 200 examples ever built and have been restored to its original, gorgeous condition. As a European-delivery car, it was specified with instruments in kilometers while being unusually equipped with extended frame rails for the driver’s seat. This factory modification allows for even more legroom and driver comfort than a standard 275 GTS and is particularly suited for a fine gentlemen that measures over six feet tall. This incredible Ferrari is a highly desirable example of one of Pininfarina’s most successful open designs, and it would handsomely complement the collection of any Ferrari enthusiast or sports car aficionado.
Photos: Robin Adams RM Sotheby's
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