Drive it: ’67 Ferrari 330GTC
The 330/365 GTC is on almost every Ferraristi’s list of the one of most beautiful production Ferraris ever. It’s taught lines and muscular looks are the stuff dreams are made of. According to the Ferrari Market Letter, 597 of the 330s were built between ’66 and ’68. The V-12 boasts 300 hp nestled in a chassis similar to the 275 GTB. Today’s 330 GTC is the kind of Ferrari you want to have around. We know this car very well and have had a chance to drive it on occasion. It is very well sorted, cosmetically appealing and a kick to drive. The kind of condition that allows you to drive the car frequently without fear of getting a nick here or there. It is originally Silver with black leather/red carpets and equipped with factory A/C and power windows. We like that it is a silver car because when you get around to restoring it, you can return it to the original color that looks so nice. So what is a restored car worth right now? Well Auto Sport Design’s Tom Papadopoulos has a silver/black A/C car for sale today for $895,000. It has tools and books that are so important to have with your Ferrari and can be valued in the $15,000 range by itself. Guess what? Our red car has them too. The seller is asking $675,000 for the 330 GTC as it sits with a new set of proper period correct tires mounted on Borranis. Call me and I will put you in touch with the seller who can discuss the history and maintenance record of the 330 in more detail. (203) 417-6856. It is being marketed aggressively so do not delay.