Cars We Sold

1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Serial Number 10371 GT


Lead photograph of 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Serial Number 10371 GT


Make   Ferrari Model   275 GTB/4
Year   1967 Serial #   10371 GT
Engine #   10371 VIN   
Engine Type   226 Chassis Type   596
Build Sequence #    Number Built   330
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Germany Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Midwest


European model 275 GTB/4. Excellent condition. Now Fly yellow with black leather.


S/n 10371. 275 GTB/4.

1967, 29 Nov., first delivery out of Konig, Munich, Germany. Originally dark blue/Tobacco brown leather.

1971–1975, FOCUSA rosters by R. Richard Miller, CA.

1975, 23 Nov., listed in FOCUSA roster by Ed Rontell, CA.

1975, offered by Ed Rontell, L.A. Times. Borranis. Less than 19,200 miles.

1976, owned by William Addis, Wichita, KS. (FAF customer).

1977, registered to William T. Addis, 2721 Pattie, Wichita, KS 67216. 21,932 miles on odometer.

1979, 10 Dec., offered in Autoweek by Addis, Denby, KS. 22,000 miles.

1989, 15 Aug., purchased by M. Sheehan for European Auto Sales, Inc. from Tim Addis for $800,000. Inspected at Ferrari of Dallas.

1989, 22 Sept., sold by European Auto Sales, Inc. to Yoshikuni Okamoto for $965,000. Stock #1565. 23,000 miles on odometer.

1994, sold by Okamoto at somewhat of a loss.

1995, 08 Apr., Concours D’Elegance, Japan, Tetsuo Tanaka.

1997, 31 May–8 June, Ferrari’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. Light yellow/black 58 62 Tetsuo Tanaka J 186.

2000, 17 Apr., as per long conversation with owner the car is now fly yellow with black. Very, very nice car. He values it at $325,000.

2000, 17 May, inspected and photographed by M. Sheehan. A very nice car. Drove very well. Started instantly. No smoke, no noises. Perfect syncros, up and down. Excellent brakes and suspension. An unusually nice 275 GTB/4.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.