Evaluation: Competition restoration | Class winner at the 1966 Monza 1000km, originally delivered with six-carb intake. Good clearcoat repaint and upholstery. Clear gauges. Marelli ignition modules mounted over the passenger’s feet. Orderly but aged engine compartment and chassis. Fake yellow wrapped fuel lines. Rust blisters above the left rear wheel and a small crack in the front of the passenger’s door. Prepared and set up for high-speed events and carefully preserved, down to some of its period bumps and dings from racing outings.
Bottom Line: With a history of over 40 competition events, this is a well-raced 275 GTB but not an important one. Its careful preservation weighs in its favor, but this is a generous result.