1967 ferrari 330




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  • One of 99 built; U.S. delivery with power windows and Borrani wire wheels from new; Extensive recent work, all documented, including a comprehensive engine .

    Offered from the MacNeil Collection; One of the finest GTS available anywhere; One of only 99 examples produced; retains its original engine; Exquisite.

    The Ferrari was a series of V12 powered automobiles produced by Ferrari in 2+2 GT Ferrari GT 2+2 - red - COMESEEORLANDO.INFO GT 2+2 Series II. Overview. Production, – 1, produced. Designer · Tom Tjaarda at Pininfarina. Body and.

    1967 ferrari 330

    1967 ferrari 330

    Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Aside from the obvious addition of its convertible top, the GTS was identical to the GTC coupe that had been unveiled a few months earlier at the Geneva Salon. Today, these 99 cars are highly sought after by collectors for their fine driving characteristics as well as their gorgeous looks. Please note that this vehicle is offered from "The MacNeil Collection". Zagato-bodied Ferrari GTC.

    1967 ferrari 330

    1967 ferrari 330

    1967 ferrari 330

    1967 ferrari 330

    1967 ferrari 330

    RM Sotheby's - Ferrari GTS by Pininfarina | Arizona

    In addition to plenty of room for two plus their luggage, the GTS also boasted an incredible set of performance figures. It boasted a top speed of mph, and the GTS could easily outpace just about any other car on the road when it was new.

    Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October of , its styling was instantly recognizable as a Pininfarina design. With remarkably spacious proportions inside, this was the perfect place to be for a 1,mile road trip across the country or for a quick trip across town. Aside from the obvious addition of its convertible top, the GTS was identical to the GTC coupe that had been unveiled a few months earlier at the Geneva Salon.

    1967 ferrari 330

    However, the convertible was built in much more limited numbers than its closed sibling. While of the GTC were built in total, only 99 of the GTS would leave the factory gates by the time GTS production concluded in , making the convertible much more desirable than the coupe.

    Today, these 99 cars are highly sought after by collectors for their fine driving characteristics as well as their gorgeous looks. The 63rd of the 99 GTS built, chassis number was completed by the factory in November , finished in Verde Medio over a Beige Connolly leather interior, and equipped with Borletti air conditioning.

    1967 ferrari 330

    It was delivered early in to Montreal dealer George Wooley, who subsequently sold it through Chinetti Motors to the first owner, H. Lifshutz of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Records indicate that the car was advertised in the Miami Herald in , with 34, miles.

    The GTS remained with Mr. The current owner acquired chassis in , and had it certified by Ferrari Classiche later that year. He has since driven and shown the car extensively, in both the United States and Italy. Despite it already being a Platinum award winner, the owner decided to have the car painstakingly restored in Importantly, the car does retain the engine it was delivered with new, and all of the stamped numbers were documented during the Classiche certification process.

    Every component was inspected and addressed during the restoration, resulting in one of the best examples in existence. Post-restoration, the exquisite GTS was shown at the Cavallino Classic where it won another Platinum award, confirming the quality and authenticity of the work. Included with the sale are its books in their original leather pouch, the tool roll, the jack in its leather bag, and the Classiche Red Book documenting its certification process.

    1967 ferrari 330

    Simply put, this GTS is one of the finest examples to be offered for sale and is ready for its next owner to drive or show in concours events the world over.

    User Contact Media Media Info. Offered from the MacNeil Collection One of the finest GTS available anywhere One of only 99 examples produced; retains its original engine Exquisite restoration; four-time Platinum award winner Accompanied by a set of books and tools Ferrari Classiche certified. Please note that Internet bidding is not available for this lot.

    Unboxing $2.5 Million 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS - Only 100 Made



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