Underrated & valued—not powered.
First teased at the Brussels Motor Show of 1964, the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 would serve as the replacement to the 330 America, and with a 4.0L naturally aspirated Colombo V-12, this four-seat grand tourer was grand, to say the least. But, with the majority of the ‘60s car world’s focus set on models such as the 275 GTB, 250 GT California Spyder (Bueller), and 250 GTO, the 330 would become one of the most underappreciated ‘60s Ferraris of all time—and aren’t we glad.
Photographed here, our 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 (Series I) is finished in Rosso Corsa over Tan leather and underwent an extensive, near ten year, restoration in 2001. This matching numbers 330 is accompanied by a Ferrari Classiche Certification and is an extremely well-sorted car having been gone through/serviced by renowned Ferrari technician, Tom Yang, in New York.
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