275 GTB4 (1964)
A high performance berlinetta built for the road, the 275 GTB is one of the most iconic Ferraris of all time and a huge favourite with enthusiasts and collectors alike. Its design, which was quite conservative for the day, really has become a timeless classic because of its perfect proportions and brilliantly fluid surfaces. Its engine capacity, referred to in the 275 of its name, was 3,300 cc. The model on show here is the 1966 GTB4 version.
DINO 206 GT (1967)
Ferrari opened its arms to the rear-mounted engine under the Dino name which used engines of under 12-cylinders. This meant that Pininfarina could finally pour all of the research he had done with the 1965 prototype into a production car, adapting the front end to road use whilst remaining true to his original ideas: pronounced wings, dihedral flanks with a long air-intake scoop, concave back screen and perfect Kamm tail.
330 GTC COUPE’ SPECIALE (1967)
The 330 GTC exudes a sophisticated, minimalist elegance and, as a result, was one of Sergio Pininfarina’s personal favourites. The version exhibited here is a unique example with a completely separate stylistic language which offers a twist on several themes broached by the Dino on front-engined running gear: the ovoid radiator grille on the nose, unapologetic dihedral along the flank and, most of all, the concave curved rear screen.
365 GTS4 DAYTONA SPIDER(1969)
The Daytona brought a new formal language to classic front-engined architecture, a language that was the direct result of experimentation done with the show prototypes. It featured tighter and more integrated surfaces that were less concave, while the headlamps are more characterful and the front grille subtler and more slender. The spider version is particularly rare and sought-after.