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1964 FERRARI 330 GT
Serial number: 6163GT
BV4 + overdrive
French registration
Same family since 1971
200 000 / 250 000 €

Buoyed by sales of the Ferrari 250 GTE, the Maranello-based firm returned to the 2+2 Grand Touring segment with its new 330 equipped with a 4.0-litre V12 engine. Discreet and civilised, the new Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 presented in 1964 was aimed at a wealthy but not flashy clientele. That's why the lines of the new model from Maranello were sober enough to make the Aston-Martin DB6 of the time pale in comparison. Designed by Pininfarina, it had no trouble hiding its two extra seats, which were hardly noticeable from the outside. Its engine was directly derived from that of the 400 Superamerica and the 330 TRI LM Spider, which won the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hours, producing 300bhp in the 330 GT 2+2! Equipped with new telescopic front shock absorbers, a dual braking system and an alternator, it entered the modern era! Introduced with four headlamps, the front end was redesigned in 1966 in favour of two more classic, more distinguished headlamps, while the side gills became more ornate and deeper. As pleasing to drive as it is to look at, the Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 is both supple and dynamic. Capable of reaching 240 kilometres per hour in 5th gear, it is a true Italian GT.
José Rosinski's impressions at the wheel of the Ferrari 330 GT: ‘The time has come to take stock of this test. What emerges is that the 330 GT is the best Grand Touring car we've ever driven. It's undoubtedly true that in this or that category, we know of another car that is faster, or better suspended, or more responsive, or even technically more advanced than this Ferrari. But on the whole, at the moment, we don't see any that are as consistent, as satisfying in every way.

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