The 330 GTC was introduced to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1966. Fitted with a four-litre V-12 engine producing 300 bhp at 7,000 rpm with triple Weber carburetors, these cars featured hydraulic disc brakes, a fully independent suspension, and a tubular steel chassis with similarities to that of the 275 GTB.
Subtly styled for those looking to use their 330 GTCs on a regular basis, these cars quickly developed a reputation as an excellent grand tourer. Its Pininfarina coachwork sported a nose similar to that of the 400 Superamerica and a tail similar to that of the 275 GTS. Each car was fitted as standard with a full leather interior and electric windows, with air conditioning available as an optional extra. Just 598 examples were built.
In stunning condition and with just 3 owners, this car comes from a major collector in part exchange for a very important Ferrari from Talacrest.
Ferrari Classiche certification and up until 2014 had had one owner for 32 years.
The car has benefited from a comprehensive restoration and there is documented restoration gallery on file.
Needs nothing but a new custodian.