1965 Ferrari 275 GTBSOLD
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Engine Type: 3.3 Liter 12-Cylinder
Engine Number:6645
Color:Yellow / Black

Reference Number 129555

as of 6/14/2011

Overview
Car 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB
VIN 6645 
Mileage 79,501 miles 
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Known History

 

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB

s/n 6645 engine no. 6645

Yellow with Black Interior

 

This is a cosmetically and mechanically excellent 275 GTB that has been known to Fantasy Junction since the early 1990's.  It was picked up new at the Ferrari Factory by an American, who had the car serviced under warrantee at the factory before shipping it to the United States in March of 1965.  It passed through the hands of a few owners in Texas before being sold to an owner in California in 1978.  The car stayed in California before being sold by Fantasy Junction in 1994.  As long as we have known the car, it has had a burled dashboard.  Fantasy Junction sold the car again in 2002, at which point the car had just received a bare metal repaint.  Fantasy Junction sold the car once more in 2004 to the car's current owner.  Since 2004, the car has had over $132,000 in work, including completely rebuilt suspension, rebuilt transaxle, rebuilt steering box, and a full engine rebuilt by Wayne Obry's Motion Products.  Much other maintenance work has been performed, including rebuilding the fuel pump, adding an electric fan, replacing various hoses, regular fluid changes, services, and tune-ups, new tires, and much other work by its detail-oriented owner.  The engine rebuild was just finished and the car is complete with tools and books, and a thick file of invoices.  The car also has copies three invoices from 1965-1968 from Chinetti Motors.

 

More to come.