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The GTB/4 was a hybrid made for two short years from 1966 to 1968. With just 350 built, a mere 27 in righthand drive, it was not one of Ferrari's cash cows. So named for its four camshafts, the GTB still ranks as the finest road car Ferrari produced before Fiat took control of the company. With fully independent suspension, a five-speed gearbox, and a wonderfully fetching Pininfarina-designed and Scaglietti-built body, it was the last of the real Berlinettas. The forerunner of the Daytona, the GTB was built more for hard running than posing. The was Ferrari's first production four-cam V12 engine, and it allowed the car to hit 257 km/h. It was also the first roadworthy prancing horse with an independent rear end. Nimble and compact, this is probably one of the most desirable Ferraris ever made.

Ferrari 275 GTB/4
Production: 350
Body Style: Two-seater front engined coupe.
Construction: Steel chassis, aluminum body.
Engine: 3.3 Litre twin overhead-cam dry sump V12.
Power: 300 bhp at 8000 rpm.
Transmission: Five-speed all-synchromesh.
Suspension- All-around independent.
Brakes: Four-wheel servo discs.
Maximum Speed: 257 km/h (160 mph)
0-60 mph: 5.5 sec
0-100 mph: 13 sec
i really think the Spec sheet is unneccesary for this car ... just the 2 pics are more than enough to confirm its undoubtable beauty biggrin.gif
The spec sheet is amazing for a car from the '60s. Holy shit... 0-60 in 5.5 sec? 0-100 in 13 sec?! In 1966?!
One of the most beautiful cars ever made. Frozen!!
Best decade for Ferrari

Frozen for this car
extremely beautiful thumbs_up.gif wub.gif
could have been the worst in the universe and i would still love it
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