Ferrari - Ferrari 275

The Ferrari 275 was produced from 1964, these cars being the first Ferrari road cars to have independent rear suspension and a transaxle. The Colombo V12 was now bored and stroked to its limit of 3.3 litres and the first 275 GTB coupe was designed at Pinifarina and built by Scaglietti, whose preference was steel bodywork with alloy doors and bonnet / boot lid, although an all alloy option was also offered. Wheels were the stronger cast type, but wire wheels were an option. Alongside the 275GTB was also the mechanically identical spider, the 275 GTS which was built until 1966, also designed by Pininfarina and built in house, which had much more of a Ferrari 250 look about it.

For 1966 the long nose version of the 275 GTB body was now standard, and these cars had the propshaft replaced with a torque tube. These cars also had larger rear windows and more luggage space with various detail changes and repositioning the spare wheel. By the end of the year the 275 GTB/4 was shown at the Paris salon, with the engine modified to have 4 camshafts on a more modern narrow angle. Production of the 275GTB / 4 carried on until 1968.

Ferrari 275GTB and GTS tyre size was 205VR14, which Blockley produces, in a tread pattern very similar to what was fitted originally. We can also supply tyres if the cars have been subsequently fitted with 15" wheels.

Blockley Products for Ferrari Ferrari 275


Blockley Radial

£50.00 (£60.00 inc. VAT)

13/14 inch Rim Band (45mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£3.30 (£3.96 inc. VAT)