Discovered in the eBay Garage this week is this gorgeous Ferrari 275 GTS. Ferrari showed this successor to the 250 series at the Paris Salon in 1964, and while its Colombo two-cam, 3.3-liter V-12 was familiar, its layout was new. Incidentally, the 275 GTS convertible has entirely different body work from the 275 GTB coupe.
Historically, the Ferrari 275 GTB was the first road-going Ferrari to have an independent rear suspension as well as a rear-mounted transaxle, and the car was available starting in 1965 as the the 275 GTB coupe and 275 GTS convertible. The GTBs typically had 280-hp motors while the convertibles delivered 260 hp.
Tell us if you favor the smooth curvature of Ferrari designs from its early years or the sharp, angular lines of the recent models.
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