The 330 GT America offered has been delivered to Chinetti Motors, Greenwich, CT in 1964 as the 44th built 330 GT America. It stayed in the US having a complete ownership history until it was bought by a German collector from Berlin in 1993. He commissioned a nut and bolt restoration in one of the known and famous restoration companies of Switzerland. The complete restoration is well documenetd by hundreds of detailed photos and the bills showing an amount near to 300 k CHF in total. Needless to say that the restoration carried out has gone through the whole car including engine, gearbox, differential, suspension and complete cosmetics. There will not be lots of 330 America in the world which could be compared with this car. The 330 GT America was the last development of the 250 GTE carrying the same body of the last tipo Series III but having been ordered especially for the American market through Luigi Chinetti who asked for a bigger displacement engine. Before Ferrari launched the new model as the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 there were just 50 cars produced with the old style 250 GTE body but having already installed the 300 BHP engine of the successor. According to our research there are
The Ferrrari 330 GTC has been originally delivered in the US in April 1968 through the US West Coast Distributor MCM Modern Classic Motors (owned by Bill Harrah) in Reno, NV/USA. It was ordered by its first Arizona based owner John Doe in one of the most beautiful color combination of Grigo Argento with contrasting red interior. The complete chain of ownership is confirmed by a Marcel Massini report which is accompanying the cars file. The car was bought in the US by a Spanish collector in 1991 who had it registered in England until 2012 when it was bought by another Spanish Ferrari afficionado. While in Spain the car received a bigger renovation with a new bare metal paint job into its original color of Grigio Argento. The car was completely dismanteled and the suspension and brakes overhauled as well. The work carried out is documented by a large file of photos. In October 2014 the 330 GTC received the Certificato di Autenticita by Ferrari Spa Modena confirming delivery, colour combination as Grigio Argento 1.443.030 A. It. and Pelle rossa VM 3171and most important the originality of the matching number engine and gearbox which are still in our 330 GTC after nearly 50 years. We c
Information Ferrari 330 GTC COUPE – GRIGIO SILVER Ferrari Classiche Rosso Red Leather Interior Right Hand Drive 86,000 Miles Chassis No: 10157-GT Engine No: 10157-GT Extensive Interior retrim-(photos available) All MOTs, Fully documented service history with many invoices over the years, Original handbooks and Tool kit. Original sales brochures Interested In Vehicle Print Vehicle Details Back To Index
1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631, Engine no. 10631 Fly Yellow with Black Leather Interior The Ferrari 330 GTC was revealed to an enthusiastic public in 1966 at the Geneva Auto Show. It was immediately heralded as a refined road machine with driving characteristics well beyond previous sports cars of the period. The engine was part of the ongoing development of the venerable Colombo V12, now displacing 4.0 liters, and generating 300hp. A torque tube connected the engine to the rear-mounted transaxle, optimizing weight distribution much like current high performance cars do today. The 330 GTC utilized disc brakes all round, independent front and rear suspension, and a 5-speed gearbox, resulting in exceptionally good road holding, performance, and reliable road use, even in daily traffic. The elegant but understated body design was taught and refined, while comfort amenities included air conditioning and electric windows, bolstering their sophistication as road cars. Becker or Blaupunkt radios were optional, as were wire wheels. Only 598 330 GTCs were constructed between 1966 and 1968. Like the svelte 250 GT Lusso, the 330 GTC was designed with very thin A and B pillars, giving the cabi
Variant: 330 GTC Dick Lovett are delighted to offer this wonderfully presented 330GTC. Intended to fill a gap in Ferrari's line-up between the four-seat 330 GT 2+2 and the 275 GTB, the two-seat 330 GTC debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1966. Pininfarina's understated coachwork combined elements of the latter at the rear with touches of the 500 Superfast at the front. Beneath the 330 GTC's bonnet resides a 4.0-litre, 300bhp version of Ferrari's familiar, two-cam, 60-degree V12, as used in the 330 GT 2+2. Broadly similar to that of the concurrently produced 275 GTB, the short (2,400mm wheelbase) chassis followed Ferrari's established practice of tying together sturdy oval-section main tubes in a steel spaceframe, while the suspension was independent all round by wishbones and coil springs. First introduced on a road-going Ferrari (the 275 GTB) in 1964, the rear suspension incorporated the five-speed gearbox in a transaxle, an arrangement that created a much better-balanced car. With a top speed in excess of 150mph, excellent ride comfort and sure-footed handling, Ferrari could justifiably claim the 330 GTC to be the finest of high-speed conveyances for two people and their luggage. Total production of the 330 GTC amounted to 600 cars between 1965 and 1968.
--Argento (Silver) with Nero Franzi (Black) leather interior, Red carpeting and Black custom over mats with Ferrari prancing horse logo, 43,000 miles from new, 4.0 liter V12, 5-speed, Pininfarina coachwork, USA model, Documented by Massini. This 330 GT 2+2 was originally delivered through Ferrari East Coast distributor Luigi Chinetti Motors, Greenwich Connecticut. It was sold to its first owner, New York based Mr. Tuttleman in October of 1966 and retains its original color scheme and matching numbers engine/gearbox as original delivered to this day. It is a USA specification example equipped with factory power windows, power steering, and air-conditioning. Mr. Tuttleman took delivery of his 330 GT at the Modena factory and temporarily registered with Italian tourist plates. Mr. Tuttleman soon imported the car to America and according to the Massini documentation, it was in the possession of Mr. D. Greer, Cheyenne, Wyoming in the early 1970’s. Massini history suggests his keeping the 330 through 1979 when title transfer shows its being purchased by a principal at the Shepherd of the Hills Historical Society of Branson, Missouri, a local theatrical company. In July 1990, this 330 GT
Ferrari 330 Mark 2 (UK RHD), restored, Borani wheels, black leather interior, 55,000 miles. POA
During this considerable ownership period, the car has been maintained annually and comes accompanied by a supporting history file with invoices dating as far back as 1972. Today this rare GTC has covered just 60,500 Miles from new and is accompanied by a superb history file including its exceptionally rare owner's manual, parts catalogue, original spare key and spare wheel. This highly original GTC is UK registered and is located in our showrooms just outside London and is available to view immediately.
The Ferrari 330 series consisted of a range of successful models, all powered by the famous V12 Colombo power plant, this time in a 4.0 L configuration. The engine was an evolution of the one in the 400 Superamerica, it was substantially changed, with wider bore spacing and an alternator replacing a generator. The first car in the series was the 2+2 330 America, which was a 250 GTE with a larger 4.0 litre engine. The name 330 refers to the approximate displacement of each cylinder, 12 times that resulting in around 4.0 L. The engine could produce around 300 HP at 6.600 RPM. About 50 cars were built before being replaced by the larger 330 GT 2+2. This replacement, the 330 GT 2+2, was first shown to the world at the Brussels Auto Show, early in 1964. It brought a lot the table and turned out to be much more than a re-engined 250, however, with a sharper nose and tail, quad headlights, and a wide grille. The wheelbase was 50 mm longer, but Koni adjustable shock absorbers improved its handling. A dual-circuit Dunlop braking system was used with discs all around, though it separated brakes front to back rather than diagonally as on most modern systems. In 1965 the Series II version was
Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: email@example.com Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) firstname.lastname@example.org Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) email@example.com Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: Pictures of the car:
This spectacular numbers-matching, award-winning 330 GT 2+2 example has been thoroughly restored by Ferrari professionals, and is truly one of the finest examples offered anywhere in the world today. As the recipient of a fully documented and proper restoration, this Ferrari recently competed in and took the “Best in Class Award” at the prestigious Cavallino Classic event in 2016. The highly detailed restoration was comprehensive, and included the engine, transmission, and drivetrain, while careful attention was given to the restoration of the Ferrari’s luxurious red leather interior and components to that of a Concours-level standard. Amongst a number of notable features and included options, this Coupé features the desirable 2 headlamp layout, an Ansa exhaust system, and a set of Weber carburetors to provide the best in power and performance. The Coupé's original wooden steering wheel has been restored as well, and the car rests atop a set of crisp Borrani Wire Wheels along with a set of period-correct Michelin XWX radial tires that are sure to provide a smooth and comfortable drive wherever the car is taken. The Ferrari also features books, an extensive log of receipts, and a fu
1966 Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale Chassis Number 8727 Original owner Sergio Pinninfarina!
(SOLD) This is a beautiful, numbers-matching '65 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Coupe that has benefited from a show/driver level restoration by marque specialists at Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA. The GT stands in excellent running and driving condition, and is primed and ready for the Spring/Summer touring and show circuit. This classic Ferrari has handsome Pininfarina styling throughout, and is powered by a 12 cylinder engine coupled with a 5 speed transmission. It features full instrumentation, quad headlights, and a very distinctive “egg-crate” grille. On the inside, the spacious Coupe has 4 leather seats, and a generous sized trunk which is ideal for traveling. During the restoration process, the GT was repainted, wet sanded and buffed, with all major mechanical systems and components being gone through and serviced as was needed. A new exhaust system was installed with the proper hangers and appropriate stickers, the Boroni wheels were fully restored and the brite work was re-plated as necessary. Master upholsterers at Classic Showcase fully reupholstered the Coupe's interior with luxurious leather seats, while the trunk compartment was fitted and bound with fresh, new carpet. A DVD
(SOLD) The GTC has plenty of room and comfort for two passengers and the performance capabilities to match. This vehicle is an original CA car with a smog exempt sticker on windshield. This classic was built in 1967 but not purchased until 1969. By 1998 it was acquired by the previous owner who undertook a detailed and thorough mechanical restoration which included work to the engine, exhaust; and brakes, as well as restoration to the suspension, brake-line replacement, correct Michelin XWXs, exhaust system, clutch, and the transaxle. Accompanying the car are records of restoration work, the owners' manual, jack, and unsurprisingly the original keys! Recent cosmetic restoration and vehicle service performed by Classic Showcase to an excellent original car. This is a superb vehicle, an outstanding example ready for the discerning collector, and absolutely a fantastic driver!
(SOLD) This Ferrari, chassis number 6405, was delivered new in Italy in 1964 through SEFAC in Modena, to its first owner. From new the car was fitted with the desirable and practical four speed with overdrive transmission. By August 1978, the Ferrari came to the U.S., and was one of many cars to pass through FAF Motorcars in Georgia. Some years later, the Coupe passed into a longer term ownership of more than 16 years. All told, the mileage on the car is a mere 43,000 kilometers or so, which is reflected best in its original and well preserved interior. During the most recent previous ownership, the car's engine bay was highly detailed and all mechanical work was performed as required. Prior to Classic Showcase acquiring the car, the Ferrari had been in the ownership of an experienced Ferrari technician since 1997, and as a result has received much mechanical attention over the last 15 years; while there is some rust on the car's undercarriage and lower rockers, the damage is easily fixable. In addition, the Borrani wheels and front/rear bumpers are easily restorable as well. Classic Showcase initially purchased the car because of its incredible originality and restoration potentia
(SOLD) This spectacular original Ferrari was purchased from a doctor's estate. This 330 GTC was a spectacular unmolested original Ferrari with a great patina when purchased. Classic Showcase has performed a recent sympathetic show-driver restoration to this original, well kept and maintained Ferrari. This vehicle has been stripped to bare metal, fitted and painted its original color, black, base coat-clear coat, color sanded, and buffed to a spectacular finish. All parts painted separately off the car. Some of the bright-work was re-chromed as necessary and new rubber was installed as needed. A major tune up was performed along with a full vehicle detail inside and out, a new exhaust system installed, servicing to the A/C, new restored leather seats, and new carpets fitted and installed. A CD of the restoration process accompanies this vehicle.
(SOLD) This is a rare 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, 4 headlight. This car has such a wonderful patina to it. With only 500 ever produced this Ferrari is sure to be an excellent investment. The vehicle is a matching numbers car with a 4 liter, 300 horsepower, V-12 . It is number 6343. The shocks have been restored by a Koni service center. It has recently undergone a service and various systems have been restored or replaced. It features a new exhaust system, cooling system, tune up rebuilt breaking system, alternator rebuilt, windshield wiper motor rebuilt and fluid change. Borrani wheels restored tuned and ready for the road. The seats are soft and supple. It has the original door panels, dash top, steering wheel, headliner and are all in very good condition. The trunk has been restored and new carpet has been installed. The vehicle has been completely detailed inside and out. This collectable Ferrari is one of the few examples left to own that was produced during the era when Enzo Ferrari was in charge of the company.
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