The result was launched at the Geneva Salon in March 1966. Although much of this cars early life is unknown it was eventually.
This was a new unit with a revised cylinder block that was used exclusively for this model.
1969 ferrari 330gtc interior. Red with black interior. 10377 Bianco with black leather interior Engine. In essence a closed version of the 275GTS the 330GTC immediate forerunner of the 365GTC – was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1966.
Verde Pinot 20453 106G30. Rosso Rubino Met 20481. They were also used for the Ferrari 330 GTC 330 GTS 365 GTC and 365 GT22 up to mid 1969.
The 48th 330 GTC built chassis number 08969 was originally finished in Nocciola 19397 M over Beige Scuro VM 846 and fitted with air conditioning. The Ferrari 330 GTC provides for one of the best vintage V12 grand touring experiences any enthusiast could ask for. New clutch and a new stainless steel exhaust system by Miller Motorcars within the last tow years.
Air and power windows. It used a Tipo 20966 engine. Rosso Cordoba Met 106R7.
It not only has timeless stunning lines penned by Pininfarina but it is also a very capable well balanced and performance-oriented machine with the interior refinements of a Rolls Royce from the same time period. The 365 GTC offered here chassis number 12367 was completed by the Ferrari factory in March 1969 wearing Blu Ribot over a Pelle Nera leather interior. V12 3967cc 300bhp at 7000rpm.
The 330 GTCGTS shared its chassis with the 275. This 330GTC left the factory in 1966 and was the 5th example built and the first delivered to France for the importer Franco Britannic Automobiles. Milano the Authorized Ferrari dealer for Milano and then sold to Guiseppe Beppe Lucchini of Brecia Italy a founder of the Mille Miglia Historica and the Chairman of the familys large steel group plus six other.
The name 330 refers to the approximate displacement of each single cylinder in cubic centimeters. Front independent double wishbones coil springs front and rear. It was quite compact considering its displacement and an honest 300bhp out of its four liters.
1969 Ferrari 365 GTC 12655 sold for 858000 From Fabrizio Violatis Collezione Maranello Rosso. It had been ordered in blu scuro ref18942 Italver with beige scuro ref VM 846 leather interior by the famous Greek shipowner George A. The car is very complete and.
Date Jun 11 2020. The client requested I custom upholster the carpeted center tunnel parcel shelf behind the front seats engine hood pad trunk hood pad and trunk walls with the. The Ferrari 330 was a series of V12 powered automobiles produced by Ferrari in 22 GT Coupé two-seat Berlinetta spyder and race car versions between 1963 and 1968.
Unveiled at the 1966 Geneva Salon the Ferrari 365 GTC was the final evolution of the hugely successful 330 GTC. Fresh paint with new leather. Production of the 365 GTC was limited to just 150 units perhaps caused by its arrival late in 1968 at about the same time as the rather.
Over thirty years in preservation and museum display. Good Ferrari red paint and tan leather interior. The car remained there with its second owner before moving to Capri with its third owner.
330 GTC sn 9939 was the 243rd of only 598 330 GTCs delivered new in May 1967 to M. And like the ferocious Berlinetta the new GTC had. These colour codes apply to the Ferrari 500 Superfast 365 California 275 GTB 275 GTB4 and 275 GTS4 models.
Beneath the understated Pininfarina coachwork there was the 40-litre version of Ferraris familiar Colombo-designed two-cam 60-degree V12 as used in the 330GT 22 mated to a five-speed all. 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC by Pininfarina RM Sothebys Online Only. The first the 22 330 America was a 250 GTE with a larger 40 litre engine.
1969 Ferrari 365 GTC. Original paint furnishing and interior trim. Chassis No 10445 was stored by its second owner who purchased it in the early 1970s for 25 years in a dry garage in Montreal Canada.
Working with Ferrari restoration specialist Lawrence Elliott in Los Angeles I reupholstered the interior of a rare 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Coupe that classic Ferrari collectors love for its attractive low-roof design. The odometer shows 7536 km. Refined 44-litre V12-cylinder engine.
Per John Valandingham Houston TX Dec 1986 he was restoring car for a customer. Single dryplate clutch five speed manual. The car was the 96th 365 GTC built and it was sold new to a Mr Rizzoli in Milan through the Crepaldi dealership.
1967 Ferrari 330 GTC sn 10377 Bianco with Black Interior The 330 GTC was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1966. The Ferrari 330 GTC. Suspension and transaxle rebuilt.
Fresh transaxle rebuild with new clutch. Embiricos 1920-2011 who lived between. 1967 Ferrari 330GTC This 1967 Ferrari 330GTC is a fantastic original example.
1967 1969 registered FERRARI 330 GTC COUPE COACHWORK BY PININFARINA Chassis No. New tires and complete new exhaust system. Designed to complement Ferraris sporting berlinetta the 275 GTB the 365 GTC Gran Turismo Coupé featured a similar design to its predecessor but.
The 29 May 1969 issue of Autocar published a 060 mph time of 63 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 145 seconds at 990 mph along with a top speed of 151 mphcertainly impressive figures for the day. The European Sale Essen 2020 Lot 354. Delivered new to its native Italy and first registered in Naples NA 423442 it was sold new through Industrie Gustavo Lombardi to Licia Viglia of Naples.
Said it was obvious 365 vents were added–330 GTC vent holes covered. Beautifully presented in an elegant colour combination. Designed by Pininfarina who also built its body to the highest standards in Turin the new Ferrari combined the Tipo 209 3967c V12 of the 330 GT 22 with the short-wheelbase chassis of the 275 GTB and GTS.
1969 Ferrari 330 GTC. Highly original example of a rare high-performance two-seat Coupe.