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1967 Ferrari 330 GT Photo Details
1967 Ferrari 330 GT Photo
1967 Ferrari 330 GT

To be offered at auction at auctions america's california event, july 17-18, 2015.estimate:$2,000,000 - $2,600,000 the 330 GTc and gts were designed for motoring enthusiasts of impeccable taste who wanted a gt car that was not only fast, but one that was more user friendly than the 275 gtb. Their expectations were exceeded with the release of the gtc in 1966 at geneva and the release of the gts a few months later in paris. The side profile of the car was reminiscent of the 500 superfast and 400 superamerica, but the pininfarina design still remained fresh and cutting edge. Features such as comfortable leather seats, excellent visibility, ample trunk space, and a spacious interior made it the ideal car for a couple's weekend away. The 330 GTs was the rare, open top version of the 330 GTc and was the successor to the 275 gts. From the rear, the 275 gts and 330 GTs appear the same but under the hood it is a different story. The new 330 GTs had the 300 hp, four liter v-12 shared among all of the 330 models and had a cleaner overall design due to its smaller oval grille, less prominent turn signals, and slim bumperettes. The 330 GTs was the product of the pininfarina-Ferrari collaboration at its finest. Only 99 were built during its three-year production run and it has since earned a reputation as being one of the best road-going Ferraris ever built. Owners have long praised it for its pleasurable driving experience and ease of use. Road & track concluded, Ferrari continues to progress toward the perfect sports car. The 330 GTs is not just a wonderful, exciting open roadster but also a comfortable everyday car that doesn't mind being driven to the supermarket. If it's still tough to justify that $15,000 tag, just remember that you can't get anything like it for anything less. Chassis number 10375 was delivered to new william harrah's modern classic motors in september of 1967 and was promptly sold to a los angeles enthusiast. It was originally finished in rosso cina with black interior, but is believed to have been painted fly yellow some time in the late 80s or early 90s. In 1993, robert pond acquired the car and it remained in his extensive and well-known collection for thirteen years. Pond commissioned a full restoration on 10375 in 1994, and chose to keep the car in its then color of fly yellow. The consigner acquired the car from the pond collection in 2006, and subsequently had it re-painted in rosso corsa. Today, the car presents very well and is ready for driving or concours events. An auctions america specialist recently test drove the car and commented on its excellent power delivery and overall pleasurable driving experience. It is in optimal running order and performs admirably, pulling strongly in each gear.

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