Ferrari 330 GTC
1966 Ferrari 330 GTC just completing full in-house restoration. This will be the nicest example in the world, complete with matching numbers and Classiche.
The Ferrari 330 GTC can be seen as the most direct successor to the 275, sharing the shorter wheelbase of the car as well as the independent rear suspension. However, the 330 GTC benefits from the upgraded 4-litre Colombo V12 and simply stunning exterior styling.
The vehicle was introduced at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show and has always been regarded as one of the finest examples of the Pininfarina-Ferrari partnership. Just 600 of these stunning V12s were produced and values have recently started to reflect its beauty and performance.
The car we are presenting was built in December 1966, spending the majority of its life in South Africa and still sits with extremely low ownership. We are just completing a full restoration on the car; a process which has taken well in excess of 1,000 hours and will leave the finest 330 GTC in the world.
As you can see from the images, simply everything has been done to the car with no expense spared, leaving a meticulous car finished in Grigio with Nero; the ultimate combination for a 330 GTC. We have conducted a number of full restorations on some extraordinary Ferraris, including California and Daytona Spiders and to this day no project has been completed before the car has been sold.
This is a unique opportunity to buy a perfect 330 GTC before their values begin to truly rise and to invest in the expert craftsmanship at Joe Macari Servicing. The car will be finished in a few weeks, complete with original matching numbers and Ferrari Classiche.