About this Car Exceptional preservation class example an original, unrestored 330 GT 2+2. Just 3,320 miles since new, this motorcar won a National Preservation Award from the Ferrari Club of America and a "Best Unrestored Award" from a regional Ferrari Club of America festival, the Vintage Preservation Cup, among other prestigious awards. The 330GT Registry reports the following information about this two-owner car: Originally imported by Rezzaghi Motors of San Francisco and then sold to John D. Sconfienza in Montana USA, who owned the car from 1964 to 2007. In 2008, this 330GT 2+2 was sold to a New England collector. The registry documents that the car has 3175 miles in 2007 and today it has 3320 miles. This 330GT features the four headlights, with 4-speed transmission with over drive. About the Make & Model: In January of 1964, the new Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 was unveiled at the Brussels show. Aside from the larger 4-liter engine, the 330 GT was larger and featured crisp modern styling penned by Tom Tjaarda for Pininfarina. Like the GTE before it, the 330 GT 2+2 was understated, sophisticated, and elegant. The powerful new engine was mated to a four-speed gearbox with overdrive, and the chassis featured disc brakes and Koni adjustable dampers at all four corners. Later in production, the Series II was introduced with some mechanical changes and simplified styling that seemed to lose some of the charm of the original four-headlight Series I. Refined, sophisticated and a marvelous high-speed cruiser, the 330 GT 2+2 was one of the best GT cars if the era, standing as one of the finest of its kind against vehicles like the Aston Martin DB5/6 and Maserati Mexico.
1964 Ferarri 330 GT 2+2 - $375,000
|VIN||Serial Number 5701|
|Upholstery||Cream Connolly Leather|
|Steering Wheel||Wooden steering wheel|