Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

Starting Bid: 135 000

This 1965 Ferrari 330 GT (chassis 6397) is powered by its race numbers 4.0 liter Colombo V12. It produced 1,099 330 GTs, half of which were Series I variants with quad headlights and floor pedals. The Ferrari 330 was delivered new in 1965 by Garage Francorchamps in Belgium. After a few years, the car was bought by an American and shipped to Fountain Valley, California.

The 330 GT 2+2 coupé was designed by Pininfarina’s Tom Tjaarda, and the Series I examples are fitted with quad headlights as shown above. In 2015 chassis 6397 went into restoration, the restoration took two and a half years. The car is in top condition and the seller states that there is no damage to the car. The interior of the car is original, with the beautiful patina on the seats can you see that the parade horse didn’t suffer.

15″ Ruote Borrani RW3801 wheels are 6,5″ wide and are fitted with new Pirelli P400 tires. The matching spare wheel carries an older Pirelli Cinturato tire. In the years 2017 the seller has had the complete suspension restored including the brakes.

The seats and centre console are upholstered in black leather and the white headlining can be seen in the gallery below. Features include a Nardi steering wheel and floor-mounted Series I pedals. The five-digit odometer reads 50276 kilometres.

The 4.0-litre Colombo V12 is supported by a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. The engine, gearbox and differential have been completely overhauled. These photos are included in the photo album of the car. The chassis plate matches the stamp on the Columbo V12 engine as shown above. So this car could keep the Matching numbers stamp.

Item condition: New

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Auction starts: April 6, 2020 12:00 am

Auction ends: April 20, 2020 7:00 pm

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This 1965 Ferrari 330 GT (chassis 6397) is powered by its race numbers 4.0 liter Colombo V12. It produced 1,099 330 GTs, half of which were Series I variants with quad headlights and floor pedals. The Ferrari 330 was delivered new in 1965 by Garage Francorchamps in Belgium. After a few years, the car was bought by an American and shipped to Fountain Valley, California.

The 330 GT 2+2 coupé was designed by Pininfarina’s Tom Tjaarda, and the Series I examples are fitted with quad headlights as shown above. In 2015 chassis 6397 went into restoration, the restoration took two and a half years. The car is in top condition and the seller states that there is no damage to the car. The interior of the car is original, with the beautiful patina on the seats can you see that the parade horse didn’t suffer.

15″ Ruote Borrani RW3801 wheels are 6,5″ wide and are fitted with new Pirelli P400 tires. The matching spare wheel carries an older Pirelli Cinturato tire. In the years 2017 the seller has had the complete suspension restored including the brakes.

The seats and centre console are upholstered in black leather and the white headlining can be seen in the gallery below. Features include a Nardi steering wheel and floor-mounted Series I pedals. The five-digit odometer reads 50276 kilometres.

The 4.0-litre Colombo V12 is supported by a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. The engine, gearbox and differential have been completely overhauled. These photos are included in the photo album of the car. The chassis plate matches the stamp on the Columbo V12 engine as shown above. So this car could keep the Matching numbers stamp.

Additional information

color

white

makes

Ferrari

model

330 GT 2+2

car-types

oldtimer

Auction history

April 6, 2020 12:00 amAuction starting