1967 Ferrari 330 GTC
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Beautifully Preserved & Recently Serviced, Ideal Vintage Grand Touring

1967 Ferrari 330 GTC
Coachwork by Pininfarina

Chassis No. 9911
Engine No. 9911
Body No. 180229

Single California Ownership by a Previous Ferrari Dealer Service Manager For Nearly 40 years
Recently Discovered California “Garage Find”
Fitted with its Original Numbers-Matching Engine
Presented in Original Colors of Argento and Nero Franzi
Factory Euro Left-Hand-Drive Example Originally Equipped with Air-Conditioning
History Documented by Ferrari Marque Expert Marcel Massini
Recent Major Service and Detailing Performed
Includes Tool Roll and Owner's Manual

Debuted at the March 1966 Geneva show, Ferrari's 330 GTC was a svelte, high-speed Grand Touring coupe for two with a luxurious and remarkably spacious passenger compartment. Pininfarina designed and built the subtly elegant bodywork of the 330 GTC to exceptional standards of quality at their Grugliasco production facility near Turin, with styling a masterful combination of the best elements of the 500 Superfast and 275 GTS. The light, airy roof utilized exceptionally thin pillars and offered remarkably good visibility; this feature was unique to the 330 GTC and continued with its 365 GTC successor. Slender quarter-bumpers at all four corners, purposeful air extractors at the front fenders, and subtle “330” scripts rounded out the exterior appointments.

Outstanding power output was provided by the Colombo-derived Tipo 209 SOHC four-liter V-12 engine delivering 300 factory-rated horsepower with triple Weber twin-choke carburetors. Sharing its outstanding basic chassis design with Ferrari's 275 including its fully-independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, a five-speed gearbox and rear transaxle, the 330 GTC delivered near-perfect balance and excellent handling characteristics that continue to be renowned by true Ferrari driving enthusiasts today. Capable of accelerating from rest to 60 mph in less than seven seconds, en route to quarter-mile times below 15 seconds and a top speed of 150 mph, the 330 GTC advanced and refined the classic Ferrari Grand Touring concept as never before, with heightened levels of style and luxury to match its on-road prowess. Only an approximate 600 of these potent and handsome performers were built through 1968, when the larger-displacement 365 GTC succeeded it.

Numbered 09911, this 330 GTC is listed in Hilary A. Raab's Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I and accompanied by history compiled by Ferrari marque expert Marcel Massini confirming it was an original left-hand drive, European version factory-equipped with air conditioning and finished in Argento (Silver) over Nero Franzi (Black) leather. It was car number 229 in terms of assembly sequence, with its chassis frame sent to Carrozzeria Pininfarina to receive its body during February 1967 and it was completed that May. While 09911 was at first destined for Franco-Brittanic Autos in Paris, France, it is noted by Massini that the car's destination was changed before its production began and crossed out on the factory paperwork. Following production, 09911 remained in Italy, where its first owner was named Belelli. In 1972, the GTC was exported to California and then in January 1975, it was advertised for sale in the Ferrari Owners Club USA Newsletter by Nick Dioguardi of Glendale, California, with the car described as “…silver with black interior, new exhaust, brakes, clutch, springs, Koni shock absorbers and radiator, air conditioning, excellent, 80,000 kms.”

Next, 09911 was sold to the service manager at La Jolla Ferrari, who is known to have shown the car just once, at the June 1995 Rosso Rodeo Concours on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. It remained under single ownership for nearly forty years, until only recently when it was discovered in a California garage, after many years of slumber. Upon discovery and purchase, an engine-compression check was performed by experts in October 2016, with good readings from 150 to 165 psi measured on all 12 cylinders. A major service and reconditioning was carried out starting in December of 2016 at a cost of over $25,000.00 with attention to the brakes, engine, fuel pump, carburetors, starter, suspension, fuel lines, new correct Michelin XWX tires, undercarriage steam cleaning and much more. Service records are on file and will be included with the sale. The interior remains largely original with both front seats being recently restored while the exterior paint is showing age and flaws there is evidence of some original paint in areas. Retaining the attractive original color combination and retaining it matching numbers engine this 330 GTC is a wonderful car to use and enjoy as-is, with excellent floors and structure worthy of continued preservation and enjoyment or a great base to take to the next level. 09911 is highly desirable in basic essence as long-term California-based example of quite likely the finest “Enzo Era” V-12 Ferrari Grand Touring model ever produced.

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