The 330 GTC was unveiled at the 1966 Paris Salon. Designed by Pininfarina and assembled at their works in Turin, they were delivered to Ferrari fully trimmed for the mechanical components to be installed. The design was light and harmonious and featured slim quarter-bumpers at each corner and a five window cabin with very slim pillars that gave an airy feel to the interior and excellent visibility. Production of the 330 GTC continued into late 1968 and ran to 600 cars. The bodies were mounted on a 2400mm wheelbase chassis with factory reference number 592, and all were numbered in the odd chassis number road-car sequence. The principle layout was very similar to that of the concurrently produced 275 GTB models, as the mechanical systems were virtually identical and was available in both in right and left hand drive form. The engine was an enlarged version of that fitted to the 275 GTB, and that identical to that used in the late series 330 GT 2+2 models, being a single overhead camshaft per bank V12 unit, with factory type reference 209/66. Its capacity was 3967cc, with a bore and stroke of 77mm x 71mm. It was fitted either with a bank of three twin-choke Weber 40 DCZ/6 or 40 DFI/2
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