From 1964 to 1966, if one wanted the best convertible in the Ferrari stable, the 275 GTS was it. The 275 GTS represented a number of changes in Ferrari's approach to building cars; most notable are standardized bodywork crafted by Pininfarina and the first production independent rear suspension system on a Ferrari. The rear suspension especially took inspiration from the 250LM, the last Ferrari to win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The number 114 of 200 made, 275 GTS pictured here was sold new by American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti, finished in Argento with a Pelle Bleu interior. The car was imported into the UK in the '80s, being painted red over a black interior, before receiving a comprehensive restoration in 2013 in its current color scheme along with Ferrari Classiche Certification by Roelofs Engineering. Any serious collector looking to fill the convertible hole in their Ferrari collection would do well to consider this car.