275 GTB 4 Spider NART
When the 275 GTB came out, Luigi Chinetti, Ferrari’s importer in the United States, asked Enzo Ferrari to produce a sportier Spider than the 275 GTS, the convertible version assembled by Pinin Farina of the berlinetta that had succeeded the 250 GT. But the Italian-American was turned down by the Commendatore. He turned to Sergio Scaglietti, the famous Maranello coachbuilder in charge of Ferrari racing cars, to build a batch of spiders reserved for him. Scaglietti transformed ten cars in 1967. An unofficial production, this series was never included in the marque’s catalogue. Although not officially recognised by Maranello, the Spider NART was nonetheless one of the most attractive Ferraris of the 1960s.