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1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

ISSIMI, Inc

1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2
ISSIMI, Inc
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SH ID

24-0226010

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FEATURED BY SPEEDHOLICS

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In Stock

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Italy

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Dealer

VIN 8271

 

Total owners N/A

 

Title status N/A (Non-US)

 

Engine 4.0L V12

 

Transmission 5-Speed Manual

 

Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive

 

Exterior color Dark Blue

 

Interior color Cream

 

Vehicle history N/A

Description

This Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 is one of the coveted Series 2 cars and was produced in March of 1966. Finished in a stunning shade of deep non-metallic blue, this is an excellent, largely original example of one of Ferrari’s quintessential V12-powered 2+2 grand touring cars. The shape for this 330 is attributed to Pininfarina, but the designer who is given credit for the shape is actually American Tom Tjaarda during his tenure at the famed design house. One of the few options on these cars when new was the choice between a set of Borrani wire wheels or Campagnolo alloys. This car is fitted with the single-lug Campagnolos, which gives the car a more modern appearance over the more classic wires. The interior is wrapped in beautiful cream leather, covering the seats, center console, and door cards. An original-style Blaupunkt radio is fitted in the center console with a single speaker behind an aluminum grille sitting below it. This car is fitted with power windows, and a full suite of gauges is affixed across the top of the wooden dashboard. The experience of driving this era of Ferrari is truly second to none- as you slide into the driver’s seat, you are greeted by a beautiful Nardi wood steering wheel, framing a large speedometer and tachometer built by Veglia. These Series 2 cars received an updated pedal box with suspended pedals, which make heel-toe downshifts simpler and allow you to feel instantly familiar with the car. Under the hood sits a 4-liter single overhead cam “Colombo” V12 rated for 300 horsepower and topped by a trio of Weber twin-choke carburetors. Power is then sent through a 5-speed manual gearbox out to the rear wheels. Under the hood, this 330 presents quite well, with the black crackle-coated cam covers, refinished to have the Ferrari logo, in bare aluminum. New-looking red sparkplug wires are fitted to the twin rear distributors, and some of the notoriously trouble-prone braided hoses look to have been replaced. The Colombo V12 is a thing of beauty and even more outstanding when you get to listen to it operating- this car with its combination of Weber carburetors and quad-exit Ansa exhaust, will put a smile on your face every time you press the throttle. For decades, the 2+2 Ferraris were deemed “uncool” by buyers, and thus, values remained low for far too long. Finally, people are seeing that these cars are just as beautiful as their 2 seat counterparts and, with the same underpinnings, provide a similar level of driving excitement. With that, values have been steadily climbing in recent years, but for someone looking to get into a vintage Ferrari they can drive and enjoy, cars like this 330 GT 2+2 still represent great value.