If you're looking for the very definition of 1960s automotive elegance, look no further. Designed by Pininfarina, this ravishing 1966 Ferrari 330 GTC is one of of just 598 made - and it's now offered for sale by the London classic car specialists Fiskens.
Ferrari created the 330 GTC, based on the race-ready platform of the 275 GTB Berlinetta, to provide a sophisticated long distance tourer. Pininfarina obliged with a slim-pillared design complete with sufficient boot space for that weekend in Monte Carlo.
Fully recommissioned by Carrosserie Lecoq Paris, this example is finished to concours standards with the correct Grigio Argent to the exterior. The interior is in understated black leather. The wood rimmed steering wheel and traditional open Ferrari gear gate speak of another age.
A superbly detailed V12 lies under the elegant bonnet, producing 300 bhp to propel the 330 GTC to speeds of up to 150 mph, with 60 mph coming up in 6.8 seconds.
Cost? Fiskens say that price is strictly on application. RM Sotheby's sold a similar car at auction last year for £400,000. We'd expect little change from half a million. Cheap, to the right collector.
For full purchase information, head to the Fiskens website and if you’re looking for another stellar Ferrari then you need to see this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO.
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