Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series 2
330 GT 2+2 series II
∙Complete Nut and bolt restoration
∙Painted in stunning Ferrari Verde British Racing Green
∙New Connolly leather Interior in Oxblood Red
330 GT 2+2 series II has gone through a Nut and bolt restoration. This car has been striped to bare metal, and re-painted Ferrari Verde British Racing Green. All parts have been removed, graded, refurbished were possible or replaced.
The engine was rebuilt by famed MARCOVICCI-WENZ INC Ferrari Specialist. 188 hours and no expense spared on making this engine like new ( See Photographs).
Full new ANSA exhaust. All bright work refinished to concours condition. New Connolly leather Interior in oxblood red. Five Route Borrani RW 3812 wire wheels restored, rebuilt and restored original Koni shocks, all suspension hardware removed, cleaned with all new bushings and bearings, brakes and hubs rebuilt. No expense has been spared during the 5 year restoration process. This beautiful Ferrari will surely stand out amongst all 330’s in this stunning color combination.
A lot of people assume that Ferrari produced the cars in the serial number order. However, the serial number was stamped on the chassis prior to Ferrari receiving the completed body and chassis from Pininfarina. The order that Ferrari completed the car then depended on the need and status of the customer. Other factors causing a car to be finished out of order were things like an upcoming auto show or press presentation.
Ferrari kept track of the production order in a typed and hand written book called the Allestimenti, which means 'production orders'. These pages contained the production order number, serial number, destination (dealer or customer name and location), paint and leather colors, particulars column (options like A/C or other special requirements) and instrument type (metric or USA). For those familiar with Ferrari literature, the Allestimenti is where Hilary Raab obtained his information for his red serial numbers book.
This table lists the cars in production order and the approximate date they were completed.
The Ferrari 250 GTE not only proved that a Ferrari could have four seats and still be considered a true example of the breed by Ferraristi, its practicality and subsequent sales numbers ensured from then on that a 2+2 would always be in the sales catalogue for the marque from Maranello. The end of the 250 GTE production run saw 50 examples of the 330 America built, which was merely a 250 GTE with the new 4-liter V-12, and these cars are typically seen as the capstone on the 250 series even though they had the "330" designation to go with their larger engine.
In 1964, however, the real 250 GTE replacement and beginning of the 330 series appeared in the form of the 330 GT 2+2. Though the public was shocked by its front-end styling that included large quad headlights further emphasized by chrome surrounds, the balance of its Pininfarina styling was viewed favorably and the new 2+2 had substantial improvements over its predecessor. In all, the model garnered much praise from the press at the time.
In addition to the new 300-hp version of the Colombo V-12, which improved performance considerably, its wheelbase was two inches longer, resulting in a better ride as well as allowing a larger interior for up to four occupants. Whether or not the Commendatore considered critics and public opinion will always be fuel for spirited conversation, but in 1965 those that decried the styling of the quad-headlight cars were silenced when the Series II cars appeared with a more traditional front end treatment that now utilized single headlights on each fender. The Series II cars also had foot pedals that were top hinged as well as a new 5-speed gearbox instead of the first series’ 4-speed overdrive unit. Later in the run, optional power steering and air conditioning also became available. Just over one thousand 330 GT 2+2s were built from 1964-1967, and this includes 124 interim Series I cars that had the quad headlights of the earlier cars with the pedals and 5-speed transmission of the later Series II cars.
The 330 GT 2+2s are relative bargains in the V-12 Ferrari world, though their practicality and classic styling have seen them rise in value in recent years with the later single headlight cars seeing the most gains.
12-cyl. 3967cc/300hp 3 Weber Carbs
Completely rebuilt to factory spec including Koni Shock absorbers
Completely rebuilt original break system
Five Route Borrani RW 3812 wire wheels restored
Pirelli Cinturato 205VR15 CN72,205R 15
Location: Grand Prix cafe
566 County Road 39
Southampton, New York, 11968
VIN #: 330GT7673
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual Transmission
Exterior: Ferrari Verde British Racing Green
Interior: Connolly leather Interior in Oxblood Red installed
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