1965 Ferrari 275 GTB

One of Ferrari's most desirable models will be going to auction — with an interesting twist. This 1965 275 GTB began life as a "short nose" car sold new in the US. In 1981, the car was converted to the "long nose" bodywork using factory parts made by Scaglietti, the original coachbuilder. In that respect, it isn't all original — but the parts for the conversion cost $19,000 in 1981, a price that's gone up exponentially since. The original 3286cc SOHC V12 remains, rated at 280 horsepower from the factory. Ferrari and Alfa Romeo parts expert Gordon Raymond of Illinois has owned the car for 54 years, completing a nut-and-bolt restoration over that time. The car wears Rosso Corsa paint over a Nero leather interior and includes the original tool kit, spare parts with inventory, and a complete set of factory books and manuals. This 275 GTB goes to auction at Mecum's Indianapolis event this May.

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