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Ferrari 275P 1964 Le Mans no.20 or 22
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2008 | Changed parts
Ferrari 275 GTB 1967 Le Mans no.28, 1968 Le Mans no.17, 1969 Le Mans no.59 +
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2004 | Changed decals
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13. September 2012 at 21:55:01 Share
Quite similar Nissan 240z. Probably Ferrari was first with that appearance
19. September 2012 at 12:02:07
HI Roger, Didn't know that. But it's beautiful car. I'm going to make a Lemans version from it.
19. September 2012 at 17:50:56
I prefer the Datsun 240Z, parts are a lot cheaper. And available too.
19. September 2012 at 21:08:12
20. September 2012 at 11:19:16
Alexander Aristides Cronvall
Scaglietti built the 275 in 1964. And the Datsun 240Z came in 1969 and is entirely styled by japanese Nissan people, which i don't really believe in to be honest.
20. September 2012 at 18:10:09
I am happy when someone copy that design. It should happens again.
20. September 2012 at 19:47:35
What, that's all they do today with every buggerin' car lookin' just like the other car from a different brand. It's lucky that the turnsignal lights flashes when we unlock our cars 'cos otherwise we'd never find our own cara again at the parkin' lot.
20. September 2012 at 20:04:16
Yes every car maker follow trends and copy each others, but the don't copy 275 GTB
20. September 2012 at 20:16:35
The styling of the 240z is influenced by a german designer, A. Goertz. He was also responsible for the BMW 507. The project 240 started as a cooperation between Nissan, Toyota and Yamaha. Nissan withdraw from the project because they had their doubts about the project. Toyota and Yamah finished the project and it became the beautiful Toyota 2000GT. Nissan then made his own version, the Datsun 240Z. History in a nutshell...
20. September 2012 at 23:04:27
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