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1966 Ferrari 275 GTB AlloyPrice Upon Request

Rare Alloy body

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Alloy body - fully restored

Reference Number 565529

as of 2/9/2019

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Talacrest 2000 AD Ltd  Contact  Location
 Phone  +44 (0)1344 308178  City  Ascot
ASCOT
BERKSHIRE
SL5 7DD
 Fax  +44 (0)1344 308178  State  Berkshire
United Kingdom  Mobile  +44(0)7860 589855  Country  United Kingdom United Kingdom
Overview
Car 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy
VIN 8199 
Exterior / Interior Color      Blue /      Beige 
Condition Pristine 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

Rare alloy bodied 275 GTB

Formerly owned by actor Alex Cord and Don Orosco

Fully restored in original colours

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Ferrari Classiche certified

 

Delivered new to Hollywood Sports Cars in California, the car's first owner was the actor Alex Cord - who probably referred to this actual car when he wrote his memoirs - "From Wheelbarrow to Ferrari: And Back Again"

 

The car was sold after a couple of years to George Belyea of Fresno. After a 14 year ownership spell, the car found a new home with fabled hot rod legend - Don Orosco. The car stayed in California with it's next owner - Robert Piccini - who had the the car mechanically and cosmetically restored by Tom Watling. Following the completion of the restoration in 1987 the car was shipped to Europe.

 

The car has recently benefited from a cosmetic restoration to it's original colours of Bleu (20-A-185) over a Beige (VM 3218) leather interior and was granted full Ferrari Classiche certification.

 

A rare and extremely desirable alloy bodied derivative of the 275 GTB model