Ferrari retained this prototype through spring 1965, using it as an experimental test bed for the new model. Furthermore, once the work was completed, Jones drove the car on the 1,000-mile West Virginia Mountain Mille, where the car performed without issue. It has since resided in his private collection, amongst a notable group of exceptional sports cars. In 1972, the Ferrari was acquired by Richard L. Also, print only the pages you need and never worry about damaging the physical copy of your manual with accidents like oil spills while working on your repair. In April 1967, ownership transferred to Loredana Pozzi, and two months later the Ferrari was sold to Marco Olmi of Marina di Massa. Sadly, driveline issues forced the Ferrari to retire near Nyons, though it had proven quite effective in rally competition until that point.
According to the research of marque historian Marcel Massini, chassis number 06681 was sent to Scaglietti in Modena for bodywork on 20 October 1964, while its V-12 engine completed assembly on 17 December. This manual is ideal as replacement for a missing copy and for you to learn more about your product. For this unique project, Mr. Stewart undertook some additional restorative measures before selling the car in the late-1990s to Stephen Bartkiw, of Ocean Ridge, Florida. Then this is the ideal manual for you. Avoid being cheated by unethical repair man by referring to this manual.
Bartkiw quickly returned the car to Shelton Ferrari for a comprehensive restoration that refreshed every mechanical and cosmetic aspect of the car. Today, this car appears very much as it did when it competed in the Monte Carlo Rally in January 1966 and, importantly, it retains its matching-numbers engine, stamped 06003 with corresponding internal no. Two types of Dunlop tires were also tested, along with Finnish Rengas Alas tires. The incredible sight of the yellow 12-cylinder Ferrari berlinetta on the snow-covered mountain roads must have come as a great surprise to most entrants and spectators, and the photographs captured are among the most memorable images of any competition Ferrari. Need details on your device?? The car then passed between several residents in the Tuscany region until 1971, when it was sold to Salvatore Ciavarisso of Trapani, Sicily. Although it features prominently in numerous books and publications, 06003 has been kept out of the public eye for decades. This manual will be made available instantly via download upon completion of payment.
Optimal weight balance was achieved by mounting the gearbox directly to the rear axle, a rear transaxle design that would become a standard practice in many ensuing Ferrari road cars. Technically, the 275 featured the final development of the classic single-overhead cam Colombo short-block design, which was now enlarged to displace 3,286 cubic centimeters. Constructed in 1964, 06003 was completed in the original short-nose body style and fitted with one of the earliest tipo 213 engines. You can easily read this on your Windows desktop, Macs, iPad and most ebook reader. Most notably, the coachwork was updated in the long-nose style, which became standardized after approximately 250 cars were built. Through the later years of Mr. Acquired by the previous owner in 2009, the car was submitted for Ferrari Classiche later that year, a distinction of provenance that the factory unwaveringly confirmed with the issuance of the desirable Red Book.
Get your hands on this manual. Please note that Internet bidding is not available for this lot. No more waiting for days for unreliable post. A year later, presented again at Cavallino, the car reprised its performance by earning the same awards again. By October 1994, the 275 had come into the care of Gary A. The braking was perfect, the tuning. The 275 is also notable as the first Ferrari for the street to feature an independent suspension on all four wheels, an innovation that eventually took hold across automobile manufacturing.
The 275 was subsequently acquired by the current consignor, a respected collector of sports cars based in Chicago. . The prototype also underwent numerous revisions that would eventually be introduced into production cars. Interested parties that are unable to attend the sale may register to bid by telephone or place a commission bid online at rmsothebys. In January 1966, 06003 was entered in the 35th annual Monte Carlo Rally, the most prestigious event of its kind in the world. From a technical perspective, the new berlinetta represented a major leap forward for Ferrari, employing many features developed from the Le Mans-winning 275 P competition cars. Haskell cared a great deal for the beautiful berlinetta, as he retained possession of the car for close to 20 years.
He continued to have the car maintained by Jones, including a complete engine rebuild in 2013, as well as other essential sorting to bring the car up to concours standards. Within a matter of months, the car was completed and outfitted as a U. Dragoni — was the official entrant for the Ferrari. During this process, which involved some 12,000 km of test driving, 06003 was equipped with special rally equipment including auxiliary driving lights, reinforced glass, a 75% locking differential, radiator blind, modified hood, and a third windscreen wiper. .
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