In Ferrari's model designation of the time,"330" meant the Ferrari V12 engine displaced 330 cubic centimeters per cylinder. Times twelve, that meant four liters (3,960cc, to be precise) of displacement from the legendary overhead camshaft Ferrari V12 engine. Ferrari rated the 330 GT 2+2 engine's horsepower at 300, at the time an astounding number for a mildly tuned family car with comfortable room for two kids or occasional accommodations for two adults in the back seats. This 1967 330 GT 2+2 is from the final series of production with the much more attractive two headlight nose and with a full 5-speed gearbox replacing the earlier 4-speed with overdrive. Coachwork by Pininfarina blends the influence of earlier 250 and 275 series designs, front fender vents, Borrani wire wheels and 205/70VR15 Pirelli black wall tires. It was thoroughly cosmetically restored two decades ago, attractively and thoroughly redone in maroon with black leather upholstery to standards that brought it a class award at the Meadow Brook Concours. Red carpets, a wood-trimmed instrument panel and air conditioning complete its specifications. The paint, chrome and interior are still in very good condition with good body panel fits and small cracks in the paint at body stress points. During its cosmetic restoration the engine was not rebuilt and today its clearances have opened up enough to produce excessive smoke, a common issue with its short block Colombo engine. With attention to the engine it will be a rewarding high speed gentleman's express combining Ferrari's legendary Enzo-era front-engined V-12 drivetrain and chassis with Pininfarina's immediately recognized Ferrari design.
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