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1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Coupé

Chassis No. 9245

Engine No. 9245 (Matching Numbers)

Chassis type 592

Engine type 209/66

Gearbox type 592

Differential type 592

Assembly sequence #108 (Source: Factory)

Pininfarina Body #C0116 (Source: Factory)

Original exterior color: Rosso Cina 20456 S Italver (Source: Factory)

Original interior color: Beige VM 3218 Connolly (Source: Factory)



European version

Air conditioning

Instruments in kilometers

- Numbers Matching Engine

- Owned New by Georges Filipinetti

- One of Just 598 Examples Produced

- History Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini

- Documents File includes Ownership and Service History

- A Well Serviced and Beautifully Presented 330 GTC

- Complete with Original Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook, Spare Parts Catalog and Tool Roll

This gentlemen's special was purchased new by Georges Filipinetti, the famed industrialist and owner/founder of the Swiss racing team Scuderia Filipinetti, of Geneva, Switzerland. Scuderia Filipinetti employed such names as Jim Clark, Phil Hill, Ronnie Peterson and Jo Siffert and was a dominant force in motorsports history. This car is powered by its original engine and the body number C0116 & assembly number 108 are found stamped on the firewall and rear trunk floor benefitting from recent service the GTC also has new michelin XWX tires and is ready to enjoy.

Dressed in Appropriate Scuderia Filipinetti Red Paint

Dossier of Records from 1977-Present

• Lifelong Service and Upkeep

• Major Serviced Performed in 2021

• Fall 2023 Service and Transaxle Rebuild – Over $15k Invested

Displayed in beautiful condition with an attractive patina, this is example makes for a great touring and casual show car.

Known Provenance

March 1967 Chassis frame sent to Carrozzeria Pininfarina in Torino

April 1967 Engine and gearbox assembly completed

May 1967 Factory completion month

May 1967 Sold new to first owner Georges Filipinetti, an industrialist and owner/founder of the Swiss racing team Scuderia Filipinetti, resident in Geneva and Grandson, Switzerland

May 26, 1967 Date of first registration in Switzerland

1969 Sold to the next owner resident in Basel, Switzerland

November 12, 1971 Swiss MOT/DMV tested in Basel, Switzerland

March 27, 1972 Sold to the next owner Hartmann & Co., a window manufacturer domiciled at Frenkendorf, Switzerland, painted red

Registered on Swiss license plates "BL 494-W"

October 30, 1972 Sold by Lamborghini, Maserati and Ferrari dealer Garage Werner Ruf AG of Oftringen, Switzerland, to Robert de la Rive Box, a Dutch classic car dealer resident in Villmergen, Switzerland, odometer now showing 57'000 kms

November 24, 1972 Sold by Rob Box to Captain R. Moecke, an American military person stationed at the USAF hospital in Aviano, Italy, price paid was US$ 6'200

1974 Car now owned by Dr. Lawrence B. Blumberg, USAF Hospital, APO, New York, NY/USA, and also stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany

1975 Advertised for sale by Blumberg in the Ferrari Owners Club USA Newsletter

Late 1975 Owned by Colonel Warner H. Gustavson, USAF, APO; New York, NY/USA

Gustavson was a client of the official dealership FAF Motorcars in Tucker, GA/USA

1977 Owned by Steven and Susan Perry of Boulder, Colorado

1996 Ed Ladley / Parkway Motors, Boulder, Colorado

1998 Owned by Dennis Trescott, Denver, Colorado

2022 Owned by Raymond lam, Orlando, Florida



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