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1968 Ferrari 330 GTC

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1968 Ferrari 330 GTC
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23-1002009

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The Netherlands

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Model history When production of the 250 GT Lusso ceased at the end of 1964 it was not replaced. In 1965, there was no model between the 275 GTB and the 330 GT 2+2, however Ferrari and Pininfarina believed there was a market for an intermediate 2-seater coupe. The answer was a closed version of the 275 GTS with a larger engine and other refinements to create a smoother and quieter car. The Ferrari 330 GTC was first shown to the public at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show and seemed the ideal high speed coupe for 2 people and their luggage. It has since been referred to as ‘the best all around V12 Ferrari’. The Ferrari 330 GTC shared its chassis with the 275 GTB Berlinetta and is well equipped with a 3967cc V12 engine, producing a strong output of 300hp at 6000rpm. Pininfarina’s elegant bodywork took after the 500 Superfast at the front and the 275 GTS at the rear. The Ferrari 330 GTC was an instant succes and remained in production until 1968. The GTC’s are considered to be one of the finest Gran Turismo driving machines from Ferrari. Only 600 examples were produced. This example This specific Ferrari 330 GTC was built in 1968 and sold new to or via Chinetti Luigi Motors, but apparently the car was delivered in Geneva, Switzerland. The car comes with complete ownership history from new and tools and books. In 1994 the body was restored with invoices and photo’s showing only minor metalwork. The engine was partly rebuilt at 101.000 km. Currently the car shows 118.000 km from new. In 2016 the car was repainted to a very high standard at one of the best shops in Holland. This wonderful car comes with a well documented history file, showing invoices through the decades, including an old FIVA card, ownership documents and a recent FIVA passport. Beautifully finished in the most elegant combination of ‘Celeste’ with a ‘Pelle Nera’ interior.
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