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Written by Ben Branch | December 25th 2014
The Ferrari 275 GTB was the replacement for the acclaimed 250 series, its design was clearly influenced by the iconic 250 GTO and although it was intended as a GT car it saw significant success in international motorsport. Ferrari made a number of significant engineering advances with the 275 GTB – a transaxle was used to improve weight distribution and a dry-sump Colombo V12 was used to lower the centre of gravity.
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