The classic car market really heats up in the new year. RM Sotheby’s are preparing for a huge Arizona auction on the 18th-19th August while Gooding & Company will also be selling some of the finest motors as part of their big January sale - and it is from the latter’s latest auction lot that we have found one of the rarest Ferrari 330 GTS’ in existence.
Originally introduced in 1966, the Ferrari 330 GTS and fixed-head GTC was the most refined platform produced by the Italian marquee to date. While being easy to drive, incredibly elegant and relatively quiet, it gave up nothing in performance, logging an impressive top speed of 150 mph.
This extremely rare Ferrari currently offered by Gooding & Company is one of only 99 convertibles produced. Delivered to California new, the Ferrari has gone from the West Coast to the East Coast and even made a stop in Switzerland coming up for auction. The classic 330 is also finished in a striking black paintwork with full green upholstery and Borrani wire wheels.
Head to the Gooding & Company website for full auction information.
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