Introduced in 1966, the Ferrari 330 GTC two-seat Coupe was designed by Pininfarina to be an elegant and spacious grand touring classic, yet smaller than the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2. Based on the shorter 94.5-inch-wheelbase chassis of the Ferrari 275 GTB, the 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC was paired with a more powerful 4-Liter V12 engine. Thanks to its light steering, its independent rear suspension and the 300hp delivered by the well-tuned engine, the 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC was a very refined and efficient car on the road. A full 5-speed gearbox replaces the 4-speed overdrive unit installed on previous models. Sportier than the 330 GTC 2+2 while being comfortable and larger than the 275, the Ferrari 330 GTC was said to be one of the greatest grand touring cars ever made. This car will bring you more satisfaction than you can imagine thanks to its outstanding engine, refined looks with the attractive two headlight nose, elegant and comfortable cabin and perfect exhaust note. If youve been thinking about buying a 1967 Ferrari GTC, youve come to the right place!
Being a very desirable classic nowadays, the perfect 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC can be difficult to find; particularly for those who do not have the industry connections and resources to find available models. Few restoration projects or barn finds are available; most examples belong to thoughtful owners, and have been well cared for. Note that service and parts for any V12 Ferraris of the era are particularly expensive, which makes the 330 GTC a difficult car to maintain. In 1974, a 1967 GTC was given one-off bodywork by Zagato at the request of the American importer Luigi Chinetto and was called the “Zagato Convertible” it is a quite desirable model. When searching for a Ferrari 330, special histories like this can add significant value to the car. Always be sure to ask sellers for any documentation they may have regarding the history of the car and its care and ownership.
Buying and owning a classic 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC is a great experience and The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to be a part of it. From the research of the perfect options and color combination to the acquisition and ownership, their Los Angeles classic car dealership experts will provide you with great advice and useful tips. Call the team today to learn more about the 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC models currently housed in their Los Angeles showroom. They look forward to hearing from you soon.
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