Cars For Sale
1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Serial Number 10631
We are pleased to offer 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631, a well sorted and cosmetically superb 330 GTC with a well-documented service history going back over thirty years, and an ownership history going back almost fifty years. From new with Factory air and power windows. Finished in a very nice Fly yellow with excellent black leather and equally excellent black carpets, mounted on unblemished Borrani wire wheels fitted with near new Yokohama 205/70R 14 tires. Has the correct Borrani spare with a matching Yokohama 205/70R 14 spare tire. Comes with the original owner’s handbook and parts book plus a rare original sales brochure, and the full set of tools with the leather tool roll and the jack kit. Comes with a three-ringed binder with over one-hundred pages of obsessive-compulsive service invoices going back over thirty years. Fitted with the original Becker Mexico AM, FM and Short Wave radio to match the car’s wonderful exhaust note. 330 GTC s/n 10631 has been part of a large private collection for the last seven years and so has been kept very nicely detailed and mechanical “on the button” for its next keeper. Has the correct fiberglass pan under the radiator, very clean under panels and chassis, new tail pipes and correct heat shields and good panel fit. We can scan PDFs of all invoices on file, ask us for copies of the invoices or detailed photos by e-mail.
The 330 GTCs have always offered the best balance between elegant, understated styling and state-of-the-art handling and performance of any of the Enzo-era Ferraris, and this 330 GTC will not disappoint. These cars are extremely pleasant to drive, even in today’s traffic, thanks to the light clutch and steering, the wide torque band provided by the 4 litre V-12 and the tractability and balance that result from the combination of the rear-mounted transaxle and vibration eliminating torque tube. The 330 GTCs combine the collectability and passion of the Enzo-era Ferraris, combined with the technical sophistication of the rear-mounted 5-speed gearbox and an independent suspension, four wheel discs and user-friendly A/C. Only 598 330 GTCs were constructed between 1966 and 1968 and so 330 GTC s/n 10631, as the 358th 330 GTC built, has many of the best features of the series. Like the svelte 250 GT Lusso, the 330 GTC has very thin A- and B-pillars, giving the cabin an open feeling and incredible visibility from all angles. While many GTC owners have large collections of important Ferraris, their GTC will often be the Ferrari of choice for driving events.
In 1992, 330 GTC s/n 10631 was painted, serviced and detailed by Berlinetta Motorcars LTD in New York, at a cost of $63,802.60 and with the mileage at 68,271 miles. Today, 330 GTC s/n 10631 has 80,125 miles, so only 11,854 miles since the restoration and only 2,765 miles in the last decade. Everything works as it should, and this is a great looking and great driving Ferrari in a very attractive color combination. Comes with the original owner’s handbook, parts book, sales brochure, the full set of tools, tool roll and jack kit, plus over one-hundred pages of obsessive-compulsive service invoices going back thirty years. This car is a testament to that special blend of performance and styling unique to the Enzo-Era—a well-sorted and balanced road car with known ownership history, and no suggestion of traumas, recent or past. Runs and drives well with a well-tuned and very strong engine and good syncros, warm or cold. S/n 10631 can be displayed with pride at any FCA gathering, or used to cruise any available winding road at high speed, with its light and nimble handling and user-friendly passenger comfort built in. A user-friendly and ready-to-go 330 GTC priced to sell at $649,500 or best offer, seriously for sale.