The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, introduced in 1964, came as a successor to the Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 (Ferrari's very first four-seater). Because the tubular chassis is 50mm longer than its predecessor, the 330 GT 2+2 is also a lot more comfortable and provides the trunk with sufficient legroom. Due to its independent suspension (by means of wishbones) and its semi-elliptical setup at the rear, this 330 GT 2+2 has a buttery smooth ride, yet is sufficiently sporty. In addition to its exceptional driving comfort and design by Pininfarina (the 330 GT 2+2 is also called ‘The Chinese Eyes’), the 330 GT 2+2 also made a big impression with its performance. The redesigned V12 engine from the 250 GTE 2+2 produced over 300hp at 6600rpm, and a top speed of 245km/h (!), which was Ferrari-worthy and truly breathtaking for a tourer of the time!
This 1965 model was finished in the unique ‘Oro Chiaro’ gold, which really does justice to the Pininfarina design. This 330 is still in an excellent condition today. The engine starts and runs smoothly, and the gearbox shifts just as nicely. Unlike many 2+2 cars of its time, there is plenty of room for passengers on the rear seat of this 330GT.
In our opinion, this Ferrari meets all aspects of a purebred ‘prancing horse’: an extraordinary design, admittedly by Pininfarina, and the Colombo-V12 engine, which is positioned at the front, according to the classic Ferrari layout. The latter engine is one of the absolute icons in the field of engines, producing a beautiful sound coupled with the power that exhibits at all speeds. After a ride in this 330 you will immediately notice why! After all, with this Ferrari you can perform exceptionally at rallies as well as go out with the family!
This Beautiful Pininfarina-bodied Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series I is now for sale at Rock N Roll Classics!