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The 1968 model-year was the last year of production for the Ferrari 330 GTC, which was replaced by the Ferrari Daytona. The car was introduced in 1966 at the Geneva Motor Show and was also referred to as the Ferrari 330 GTC Berlinetta. Ferrari needed a sportier car to go alongside the 330 GTC 2+2, while being a comfortable Grand Tourer to beat the competition. The 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC is a true performance car but also a comfortable Grand Tourer; the ideal combination for many collectors and enthusiasts. Designed by Pininfarina, the body features an oval grille, a long refined front nose and rounded headlamps reminiscent the beautiful Ferrari 250. The shorter wheelbase used on the Ferrari 330 allowed the car to fit the more aggressive rear end of the Ferrari 275 GTS, giving it a very sharp and sporty look. Powered by an updated Colombo V12 unit, the Ferrari 330 GTC delivers 300hp at 6,600 rpm. The 4-Liter associated to the 3 Weber carburetors gave the car a strong 0 to 60 acceleration in less than seven seconds.
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604 examples of the Ferrari 330 GTC were built between 1966 and 1968, which was a large production lineup for Ferrari in comparison to the brands production standards of the era. The Ferrari factory was quite different for the American carmakers, putting extra effort into making each unit special. The man-hours needed for each example were overwhelming, but that was what made the brand so unique. Attention to details was key and the engineers put passion into their models to reach an ideal of perfection. Note that the 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC isnt only difficult to come by and very expensive, but can also be costly to maintain. This is a car that will need a lot of attention but will be worth every penny once you get to the driving experience. If youve been searching for a 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC, you likely already know this. The Beverly Hills Car Club team, however, has the industry connections and resources needed to help you find the best deal of a classic Ferrari.
Should you be looking to purchase a 1968 Ferrari 330 GT, please feel free to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team to speak with the experts about the various models and options currently available to you. They will provide you with excellent advice thanks to their extensive knowledge of the current market. In the meantime, be sure to browse their online inventory to view the models currently found in their Los Angeles showroom. Connect today to get started!
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