Cars We Sold

1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C Serial Number 8403 GT


Lead photograph of 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C Serial Number 8403 GT


Make   Ferrari Model   275 GTB/6C
Year   1966 Serial #   8403 GT
Engine #   8403 VIN   
Engine Type   213 Chassis Type   563
Build Sequence #    Number Built   
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Feldman Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   


Steel bodied long nose interim driveshaft with factory fitted 6 carbs.


As per Luigi Chinetti Motors Records, Sold new to Dr. Feldman, New York, 1967 (Rick Anderson, Chinetti Archives, June 1999).

1976, 11 Apr., offered for sale in NY Times @ 516 627 1614. Six carburetor long nose with torque tube. In primer after bare metal strip. 49,000 miles.

1977, June, purchased by current owner. It was in primer when he bought the car. Current owner had the car painted. He paid $12,900 for the car.

1979, car then at FCA Regional meet, Summit Point, WV. Red with tan interior.

1999, 9 June, current owner called. The car is now red with cream or light tan interior. Steel body. Factory 6 carbs. Transaxle rebuilt by FAF in late 70s or early 1980s. Has tool bags but no tools, no books, has the Maranello workshop reprint. Has mag wheels and a spare. Wood on the dash is so–so, etc… He values it at about $150/160,000 “net” to him.

1999, 24 June, inspected and test driven by M. Sheehan. Paint and interior worn with age. Ran and drove surprisingly well. Transaxle was rebuilt by FAF many years ago with few miles since. No visible rust or crash damage. Under hood data plate does indeed confirm it was built as a 275 GTB/6C. Has the original steering wheel, needs to be restored, it is delaminated. Has the wheel center, horn button, spring, etc. He has the original carb tops and the correct air cleaner. Has brand new VR14 Michelins bought from Koker mounted and balanced on the car. Has a so–so spare wheel and tire. The tool kit has a hub puller.

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