1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 S/N 10621

No 10621 was a special order for Steve McQueen in 1967, while he was filming The Thomas Crown Affair. McQueen, known for lightly customizing his cars, sent the car to be repainted Chianti Red prior to taking possession. He also requested that No. 10621 be fitted with the Borrani wire wheels from his 275 GTB N.A.R.T. Spider, which was a victim of an unfortunate earlier crash, as well as a few minor additions.

Once complete, McQueen took delivery of the car while on the set of his legendary 1968 crime-drama Bullitt. It remained the only Ferrari in his stable of sports cars for almost five years, before passing onto fellow actor Guy Williams, of Zorro and Lost in Space fame, in 1971








Complete restoration and reconstruction on the roof bringing it back from its original Berlinetta specification.


1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 S/N 10621

1967Owner: Steve McQueen, Hollywood, Ca, USA
1967Repainted dark “Chianti” red by Lee Brown, Borranis fitted
1971Owner: Armando Joseph Catalano alias Guy Williams, Hollywood, CA, USA – “Zorro”
1972Repainted bright red
1975Offered for $17,000 by Beverly Porsche Audi, CA, USA
1980Modified to NART Spyder conversion by Richard Straham, CA, USA repainted yellow
19842nd. International Ferrari Concours, Class G
2010Sent for Ferrari Classiche for undergoing restoration back to Berlinetta configuration
2013Restoration at Ferrari Classiche back to Berlinetta configuration finished
2014Displayed at Museo Ferrari, Maranello
2014RM’s Monterey auction – sold for $10,175,000 including buyer’s premium
2016Villa d’Este Concorso d’Eleganza
2017Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Maranello