Ferrari 330 GT

Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration Bell Sport and Classic
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
Ferrari 330 GT Restoration
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Matching numbers example of Enzo’s favourite Ferrari

 

First registered in the UK in March 1965, this right-hand drive, European spec, quad-headlight Ferrari 330 GT had covered just 81,000 miles before the start of a long-term restoration programme.  Authentic to its original specification, the car has been refinished in Celeste, a very light metallic silver-blue, with Nero Franzi leather upholstery and Grigio carpets.

The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 is the model that Enzo Ferrari loved the most – in fact it was his choice of car for everyday use and it’s easy to see why.  Ferrari loved the concept of ‘GT cars’ and the 330 GT 2+2 totally satisfied both this and his passion for flair and design.  It is a beautiful car to look at; its 4.0-litre Colombo-derived V12 engine ensures it is both powerful and fast, yet it remains spacious, comfortable and incredibly practical.

Our car is one of the last four-speed Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series 1s made and imported and sold by Maranello Concessionaires to its first owner, Mr J Hally.  Built to European specification, the car is right-hand drive and features the iconic quad-headlight arrangement that was unique to the Series 1 cars.

Mr Hally sold the car to the late Ian Stewart (Jackie Stewart’s brother) in 1972. During 1989 it underwent an extensive restoration programme at Hexagon of Highgate; was exhibited at the Midland Motor Museum for four years and featured in an article in Classic & Sports Car magazine in July.

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SPECIFICATIONS

YEAR: 1967
MAKE: Ferrari
MODEL: 330 GT 2+2 Mk1
REGISTRATION: LTR 7353F
COLOUR: Celeste
INTERIOR TRIM: Nero Franzi
ENGINE CAPACITY: 4 litre V12
TRANSMISSION: 4 speed with overdrive
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