Introduced In 1966 The 275 GTB/4 (4 Cam) Was A Much Updated Version Of the Original With New Body Work And The First Ever Ferrari To Be Offered With Wire Wheels. The Car Came With A 300 HP Colombo V12 With 4 Cams And Six Carburettors Giving It A Top Speed Of 166 MPH, A Massive Improvment On the Previous Non 4 Cam Model. A Total Of 280 275 GTB/4's Were Built Between 1966-1968 Making This One Of the Rarest Ferrari's Ever Made. This Particular Example Was Originally Delivered In 1967 To Officiane Romanazzi S.p.A Of Rome And Stayed In Italy Until The Mid 1970s Where It Was Owned By Two Seperate Canadian's Until The Mid 1990s When Renowned Hollywood Actor, Nicholas Cage, Owned The Car Until He Sold The Car To A Collector In South Carolina. The Car Was Purchased In 2014 By Its Previous Owner And Has Been In The UK Ever Since. Having Just Had a Recent Bare Metal Restoration This 275 GTB/4 Is By Far The Best Example Currently Avaliable Today Finished In It's Original Colour Argento With Tan Vaumoul Hide The Car Is In Perfect Condition And Has Great Useablity For Its New Owner With A Fantastic History And Classiche Certified By Ferrari.