- Model330 GTC
- Serial #09593 GT
- Engine Type209/66
- Chassis Type592
- Number Built592
- Body TypeCoupe
- Body BuilderPininfarina
- First OwnerGalvan, Italy
- Current LocationUSA
We are pleased to offer 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 09593 GT. In 1998 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 09593 GT was given a thorough cosmetic and mechanical “from bare metal” restoration and had no rust or bondo. Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 09593 GT was painted in Le Mans blue paint and fitted with new black leather upholstery. All Chromework was done. Fitted with Borranis with new Michelins. All new rubber hoses and window and door seals. Also fitted with all new suspension bushings, new links and a new clutch. Mechanically excellent. Factory a/c. A great looking and great driving Ferrari in very attractive colors.
Very clean and near–concours condition Euro model 330 GTC. Has A.C., P.W., and Borranis wire wheels.
S/n 09593 GT. 330 GTC. Euro model. Assembly sequence no. 178, body no. C0188. Fitted with a/c. (H. Raab’s FSN Part I, 2nd ed.).
Destinazione (first owner) Galvan, Italy.
1986–1988, listed in the FOCUSA by Paul Tavilla, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
1991, still owned by Paul Tavilla.
1995, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter and in Sports Car Market magazine by Cosmopolitan Motors, Seattle, WA.
“Red with black interior. Under 50,000 miles. Borranis.”
1998, 31 Jan., at the Cavallino Classic, Palm Beach, Florida. Michael Studley.
1998, offered by Michael Studley. Orlando, FL.
“Complete bare metal restoration. Le Mans blue with new black leather. Borranis. New chrome, new rubber throughout. Mechanically excellent. Factory a/c. 55,000 miles.”
1998, Oct. – 1999, Jan., for sale in Sports Car Market.
“Bare metal complete restoration. Le Mans blue, new black leather interior, new chrome, new rubber throughout, excellent mechanically, Borranis, factory air, 50,000 miles.”
1999, 20 Feb. – 20 Mar., for sale in FML.
“Complete bare metal restoration, no rust or bondo. New chrome. Le Mans blue paint with new black leather. Borranis with new Pirellis. New rubber hoses and window and door seals. New suspension bushings and links. New clutch. Mechanically excellent. Factory a/c 56,000 miles. Great driving car.”
2000, 22 Jan., Cavallino Ferrari Classic IX, Palm Beach, Florida.
2000, April, sold to current owner, Chicago, IL. Dark blue with black interior. Air & Borranis. Recent best in show concours winner.
2000, 10 Sep., FCA meet – The Italian Village Ferrari Concours 2000, People’s Choice Award, First Place.
2004, May, on consignment by owner with Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris–online.com.