This 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB by Scaglietti no doubt spent a lot of time on the DC beltway being driven by former U.S. Senator from Illinois Adlai Ewing Stevenson III. The Ferrari was built with alloy bodywork, starting out as a 275 GTB with triple carburetors and a CV joint transmission. The original design called for a Ross Chiaro finish with a Nero interior with full leather seats—which is how it still is today.
After its time serving the senator, the Ferrari went to a California resident before moving to Vancouver, British Columbia. By 1986, the Ferrari had changed hands again, being sold first to Mike Sheehan and then traded to a Swiss broker, who took the car to the South of France. From France, the Ferrari made its way to Portugal, where the interior was re-trimmed in tan, fitted with a new hood that had a raised bulge, and then fitted with a black air intake and grille. The car toured Europe, trading hands as it went, before ending up in Switzerland in 2011. The car was then sent to Italy for a full restoration to original specifications. The body was reworked, and the interior re-trimmed. Mechanics overhauled the engine. Despite all the work, the car has been confirmed as having retained all of its original major mechanical components by Ferrari Classiche.
From the U.S. Senate to California, Canada, and throughout Europe, this Ferrari has quite the past. What will be its next chapter?