Today’s featured 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB chassis #06931 has had a quiet life.
It was sold originally to an owner in the UK known only by the name of Garrett.
In 1982 this car passed into the ownership of Heinz Hueve in Germany who kept it until October 2013.
#06931 was then acquired by restoration experts DK Engineering on behalf of it’s now third owner.
It is sobering to think that should a 50 year old standard 3 carburetor short nose 275 GTB such as this one come up for auction it would probably cost not much more or less than a brand new Hy-Kers LaFerrari.
Thanks for joining me on this “3 Carb or Hy-Kers ?” edition of “Gettin’ a li’l psycho on tyres”, I hope you will join me again when I’ll be looking at a rare Drophead Coupé. Don’t forget to come back now !