Monday, January 21, 2019

1967 Ferrari 330 GTS by Pininfarina at RM Sotheby's

In 1966 the 330 GTS debuted at the 1966 Geneva auto show. The new model borrowed the tail of the 275 GTS in its entirety, a nose modeled on that of the 500 Superfast, and front fenders from the 330 GT 2+2.

The resulting 330 GTC personified elegance, style, and speed in the great Italian tradition.
Ferrari Classiche certified; original engine and gearbox. 71st of 99 rare and exclusive examples produced. Showing only 33,750 original km. One of the finest 330 GTS in the world.
The 330 GTC was more spacious and comfortable than the 275 GTB and more sporting than the 2+2, making it one of the most popular Ferraris of the era.
Lurking under the sleek hood was the Ferrari’s famous four-liter, twin-cam V-12, delivering 300 bhp at 6,600 rpm.
This rare, powerful, well-preserved 330 GTS made $ 2m when it crossed the block January 17, 2019.