This Ferrari 330GT V12 was 1st registered in July 1966, being the more desirable series 2 with power steering and a slick 5 speed gearbox.
With 300BHP, the all alloy single overhead camshaft V12 is fed by triple webber downdraft twin barrel carburetors.
The engine’s lineage can be traced back to 1947 and the original Gioacchino Colombo designed 1.5 litre V12.
A matching numbers car, this beautiful 4 seater Ferrari coupe was called the 330 as it referred to the displacement of each of its 12 cylinders which calculates to 3967cc
This is an imposing car and has a wonderful presence on the road. The car was restored in the early 90’s and has covered a mere 11,000 KM since. The lustre of its paint and even panel gaps are a testament to the thorougnness of the work carried out by Reinhard Shurer of Munich.
The interior is unmarked, with soft, supple leather seating. The wood steering wheel, instrument panel is free from delamination or distortion.
The car was imported from Europe by the present owner, being 1st registered in Spain.