New condition with the original package.
|Packaging:||In original box|
The American actor (and driver) Steve McQueen owned 2 Ferrari 275 GTBs, a Spider Nart and a GTB/4 of 1967.
The first car was destroyed a few days after its collection because of a bumper-to-bumper crash during the production of the movie The Thomas Crown Affair. McQueen decided to replace it with a new 275 GTB/4, more precisely the no. 269 manufactured, chassis number 10621, engine number 226 with Scaglietti bodywork no. A0278. The car was delivered to the dealer Hollywood Sports Car. It had a nut-coloured body with black interior. There it was purchased at the end of 1967.
Unsatisfied with the colour of the body and the interior, he took it to Lee Brown workshop to get it customised. In no time the car was repainted with a Chianti red colour. An aerodynamic rear view mirror and an electric antenna were added along with Borrani wire wheels retrieved from the Spider NART. After these modifications, it was owned by the actor for 5 years.
The model will be sent to the buyer by DHL courier, with insured parcel of the same value of the auction and the extra costs will be communicated at the end of the auction.
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|United Kingdom||$ 33.50|
|United States||$ 55.83|
|Rest of Europe||$ 33.50|
|Rest of the World||$ 55.83|
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