Behold: the 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/C by Scaglietti – the car built to replace the legendary 250 series.

Unlike the road-going version GTB, the GTB/C (the ‘C’ stands for ‘Competizione’) was a lightweight steel and aluminium racer of which only 12 were made.

A piece of Ferrari racing history with just 129,000 km on the clock.

Price on request (serious buyers won’t ask).


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