We are pleased to offer 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10513, an unusually nice driving and well sorted 330 GTC, out of a recent forty-two year ownership, with what we believe is only 53,031 original kms (32,951 miles). Originally finished in Grigio Fumo (Smoke Gray) with beige Connolly leather upholstery and today finished in an excellent Oro Kelso (medium brown metallic) over a very straight body with soft and supple tan leather. Destined for the Italian market, 10513 was equipped from new with metric instruments, electric window lifts, and Campagnolo cast-alloy wheels.
Today 330 GTC s/n 10513 wears a quality older restoration with a wonderful Patina and so is an excellent driver that’s mechanically strong. It also has excellent older paint and unusually nice original chrome as well as exceptionally nice leather on both the seats and inner door panel, nicely accented by the dark blue carpets, a dash covering that presents well, a good face on the wood dash and steering wheel and with all switches and controls in excellent order. Has factory P/W. Fitted with period correct Michelin XWX 205/70 VR 14 tires. Over the last few years (and very minimal miles) 330 GTC s/n 10513 GT was treated to a heater valve control overhaul, a rebuilt wiper motor, a rebuild of all four Koni shocks, new front and rear main oil seals and an oil change and fluids flush, at a total cost of $18,239.67. Invoices on file, e-mail us for copies. Thanks to all the recent service work 330 GTC s/n 10513 GT runs and drives very well with a well-tuned and very strong engine and great syncros, warm or cold.
First introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 1966, 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 congested traffic, thanks to the light clutch and steering, the wide torque band provided by the 300 hp 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 offer 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 with powerful four wheel discs. Like the svelte 250 GT Lusso of a generation earlier, 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 330 GTC will often be the Enzo-era Ferrari of choice for driving events or a quick run to a weekend Cars & Coffee meet.
330 GTC s/n 10513 was the 336th example of only 598 total 330 GTCs built, delivered new in early 1968 to Vittorio Pedini in Italy before coming to the US in 1972 to Herbert Jackson, Malden, MA. In June, 1974 she was sold to Donald A. Millard Jr., Lincoln, MA and remained in his collection until 2016 so forty-two years. Today, 330 GTC s/n 10513 has only 53,031 kms or 32,951 miles miles over 48 total years so a mere 1,104 kms or 686 miles per year.
330 GTC s/n 10513is a pride of ownership driver, nice enough to show with pride at weekend Ferrari events yet with the right patina to make owning, driving and enjoying worry free. The body is straight and the paint shows well with nice bright work, very good trim and nice glass. Panel gaps are good to very good with no obvious issues. All four wheels are fitted with Michelin XWX tires with lots of remaining tread. All lights, including the Carello H4 headlights, lenses and emblems are in very good to excellent condition with excellent finish. The overall presentation is elegant and appropriate for driving enjoyment.
The interior leather presents well with very good fit and finish on the door panels and headliner, as well as the top of the dashboard, the center console and the rear package shelf, finished off with excellent carpets and period correct very dark blue over-the-shoulder seat belts which match the carpeting color. The instruments are in very good condition with solid numbers and dark dial faces, matching overall with the quality of the interior. The trunk compartment is correctly carpeted. Under the hood, the engine and engine compartment and hood pad are tidy, clean and show good overall finish. The underside of the car is clean and dry, with correct components, proper exhaust and heat shields, correct suspension and brakes. Having been a part of a large collection during the past three decades, the car has been kept very nicely detailed and mechanically tended to on an as-needed basis.
The car starts easily and settles into a smooth idle. The exhaust note is nicely composed and delivers excellent sounds both at idle and the right wail of the V12 going through the gears. Thanks to the ample torque, there’s never a lack of effortless power or performance. The clutch and brakes operate as expected with the gearbox delivering smooth shifts and easy engagement in each gear. While 2nd gear synchro is often a major issue with these cars, it is very smooth even when cold. Driving is composed and balanced, pulling smoothly to high rpm without smoke or hesitation, showing excellent oil pressure and correct running temperatures. The car performs just as aficionado’s will remember from the Road & Track and Car & Driver roads tests of the period, long since validated by decades of GTC owners.
This Ferrari presents in charming, unrestored condition, with an even, inviting patina throughout and beautifully preserved original leather upholstery. The well-kept overall condition appears consistent with the car’s relatively low mileage, with the odometer recording just over 53,031 km (32,951 miles). Offered with its original tool roll with some tools, the jack kit and lead wheel nut hammer.
The 330 GTC has 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. Matching numbers, of course, runs and drives very well with a very strong engine with great syncros, warm or cold. Fly in for a test drive, we welcome any pre-purchase inspection. Priced to sell at $579,950.
S/n 10513 GT. Identified as 330 GTC. Destinazione Pedini, Italy. From new in Grigio Fumo
then repainted in Oro Kelso/Beige. LHD. Euro model. Body # C0410. Eng. # 10513. Engin
Numero Interno # 3064. Assembly # 336
1967, Oct., build date, Ferrari SPA, Maranello. From new in Grigio Fumo with tan leather.
1967, Nov., new to Romeo Pedini, the official Ferrari dealer for Perugia, Italy.
1968, new to Sig. Vittorio Balestra, Castiglione Della Valle, Italy.
1972, sold to Viviano Corradini, a well known used Ferrari dealer/broker Milan, Italy and then
exported to the US. Sig Corradinialso also had a business in Maplewood, New Jersey where
330 GTC s/n 10513 was repainted in Oro Kelso.
1972, sold to Herbert Jackson, Malden, MA.
1974, June, sold to Donald A. Millard Jr., Lincoln, MA.
1975, Owned by Donald A. Millard Jr., Lincoln, MA. Gold. (FAF customer). Listed in 1976-1977 FOCUSA Rosters by Millard.
1976, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1977, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1978, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1979, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1980, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1981, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1982, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1983, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
1984, listed in the Ferrari Owner’s Club roster by Donald Millard, Lincoln, MA.
2016, 13 Sept., sold by Donald Millard to Gullwing Motorcars, Astoria, New York.
2018, 24-25 Aug., sold at Gooding’s Pebble Beach Auction. Lot 119. Est. $600,000
– $700,000. Sold for $522,500.
2018, 07 Sept., sold to a private owner.
2023, Aug., on consignment with Mike and Colleen Sheehan’s Ferraris-Online.com