Announced in January 1964 at the Salon de Bruxelles, the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 was the heir of the renown 250 GT/E 2+2. Correcting the defects of its predecessor, it will benefit from a design by Tjaarda (Pininfarina) that will divide the opinions until the introduction of the Serie 2 with a more refined and conservative styling. Produced from 1964 to 1967, it will never cease to evolve, benefiting from a 5-speed gearbox starting from 1965.
This particular car, one of the 474 produced, was delivered in 1966 with its Argento Nürburgring color and red interior. Power steering and AC were also on the equipment list, making this car a real GT, both comfortable and sporty. With only 4 owners and a complete historic, this car was imported in 2003 from Switzerland by the current owner.
Benefiting from an exceptional patina, this car and its mesmerizing V12 represent an affordable entry in what might be described as the golden era of Ferrari.
Maintained by Gipimotor since its acquisition, this wonderful monument of the Ferrari history is available with its complete toolkit, manuals, and a known historic.
The car can be seen at Gipimotor (Evere - Belgium) on appointment only