The GTB/4 was the four-cam version of the 275 GTB, sold between 1966 and 1968 after a reveal at the Paris Motor Show. Its bodywork was designed by Scaglietti and was similar to the Series II long-nose 275 GTB, with the hood being a key differentiating factor.
Under said hood, the 275 GTB/4 used the Tipo 226 Colombo V12, displacing 3,285cc and producing a claimed 300 horsepower. Additional enhancements, over and above the quad cams, included cooling, exhaust, and suspension upgrades.
While the damage is sad, at least there was no loss of life, and the car can always be repaired.