The models 275, 330 and 365 have replaced the 250. The latest Speciale are using these chassis. Alongside prototypes and concept cars, they have a target to try new ideas that can then be used in volume production.
In 1964, the 275 GTB/C Speciale is a berlinetta designed for the race testing of the new 3.3 liters engine. It is hand built by Scaglietti. Three units follow the prototype. One of them was sold for $ 26,4M including premium by RM on August 16, 2014.
In 1967, ten spiders are ordered by Chinetti for the American market. They are built by Scaglietti on the chassis 275 GTB/4. One of them was sold for $ 27,5M including premium by RM on 17 August 2013. Ferrari does not so much like the spiders and gives no further action after the delivery of that custom order which may be considered as a Speciale.
In the opposite, the 330 GTC Speciale coupe designed by Pininfarina is exhibited by Ferrari at the Brussels Motor Show in 1967. Only four cars are ordered by customers and hand built by Pininfarina. This highly rare car is a transitional model with a sloping nose that elongates the silhouette and an increased comfort including curved windows and air conditioning.
The third 330 GTC Speciale is estimated $ 3.4M for sale by Gooding at Scottsdale on January 30, lot 145. It is illustrated on page 2 of the article shared by Forbes.
SOLD for $ 3.4M including premium