1968 Ferrari 330 GTC gold bronze
1968 Ferrari 330 GTC gold bronzeSource: Owner
Posted: 14 Jul 2003
1968 330 GTC Ferrari-All Orig.-Rare, all original 330 GTC. Very nice, correct, all original low miles 330 GTC. I have all original paperwork, plates, title, etc., all original documentation-this Car was purchased from the original owner in Arizona. This car is a complete original, no restoration, original, rare, gold paint, (which is in great shape),it has 23,000 Original miles and runs perfect. It starts on first try, very clean, nice Berrani Wheels, the A/C works fine, everything is A-plus. This is an all original un-molested, museum quality vehicle, one of the cleanest you'll ever see. There are a couple of 'flaws'-there is a small dimple just in front of the passenger door on the lower qtr. panel, a small crease/scratch on the hood, slight dent in front nose of the hood, the right rear half of the bumper has some slight crazing, (Please e-mail if you want detailed images of problem areas). Still, very clean and pristine for an all original car that is 30 plus years old. The car is currently located in Seal Beach, CA. ADDITIONAL INFO: The car was purchased from the original owner in Arizona. He bought it from Mesa Imports, which was one of the first West Coast Ferrari Dealerships. The dealership was owned by noted auto collector and hotel owner Bill Harrah. Documentation includes: -Orig Envelope for title -Original Order sheet -Original Bill of Sale -2 Original White keys -Orig Owners manual -Orig. Parts book -Orig Service book -Many service receipts, including last major work to tune car (it had been in storage) in the 90's for $12,000.00 -Orig Plates -Orig Ins/Reg papers -Both Tool Kits NOTE-The car comes with these items, I will not sell them outright.
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From WikipediaThe Ferrari 330 cars are the successor of the 250, first introduced by Ferrari in 1963. The first 330 America was simply a 250 GT/E with a larger engine, and the 330 GTC/GTS shared their chassis with the 275. Only the 330 GT 2+2 was a truly unique product. Production ended in 1968 with the introduction of the Ferrari 365 series. All 330 models used an evolution of the 400 Superamerica's 4.0 L Colombo V12 engine.
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