1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Recreation by Norwood s/n 001 engine no. 101C000 *00091* Red with Red Interior Representing the then new trend towards mid-placement of engines in sports racing cars, the 330 P4 is a development of a series that began with the 250 P and 250 LM in 1963. Featuring Lucas fuel injection and a sophisticated and aerodynamic new chassis/ bodywork combination, the 250`s were replaced by the 330 P series, of which the P4 was the ultimate development. Just three examples of the P4 were built, making them among the rarest Ferraris in existence. Naturally, they are owned by collectors and thus, high quality reconfigurations with Ferrari engines, and alloy bodies of the original style and construction type, have garnered the interest of enthusiasts seeking the experience of owning and driving one of the world’s most important automobiles without the out-of-reach price tag or uneasiness associated with enjoying such a valuable car. This particular example is reportedly the first built, and was completed by Norwood Performance in the late 1980s for Joe Marchetti, a Chicago area importer of Italian sports cars. The engine is a 4.8 liter V12 from a Ferrari 400 GT and is equipped
left-hand-drive 1967 ferrari 330 p4 replica norwood black alloy-wheels v12 italian fast rwd supercar petrol 2wd
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