Masterfully designed by Pininfarina and introduced in 1964 to critical acclaim, the elegant 330 GT 2+2 was the much anticipated replacement for the 330 America.
Boasting sharper curves, quad headlights, a more tapered front end and a wider grille, the 330 GT asserted a much more aggressive road presence than its predecessors, and we like it... a lot.
Built on a tubular steel chassis derived from the GTE with an added 50 mm to the wheelbase, the 330 GT delivered outstanding torque to the road. Producing 300 horsepower at 6600 rpm via a 209 4-litre V12 single overhead cam engine the 330 GT devoured 0-100 kmh in just 6.3 seconds.
This exquisitely presented, matching numbers and original right hand drive Ferrari 330 GT was delivered new to Melbourne, Australia by W.H. Lowe Automobiles in 1964.
In total, only 627 Series 1 330 GT 2+2s were made between 1964 and 1965, of which just 503 had the four-speed box and just 50 of those came in right-hand drive, making this a very rare, very special landmark Ferrari.
Outside, the beautifully original coachwork is arrow straight and the Verde Pino Metallizzato paintwork highlights every subtle curve and strake. This example underwent a comprehensive restoration in the early 2000's and the professional craftsmanship shows.
Inside the cockpit of this example is simply the perfect mix of sports-luxury. A mixture of rich Connolly leather seats that cocoon the driver and passenger, plush carpet and a timber veneer dash with full instrumentation including the original and fully operational Becker radio.
Accompanying the car is the original leather wallet holding the factory maintenance booklet and spare keys.
A truly unique opportunity to own an incredibly rare, Australian delivered Ferrari 330 GT in exceptional condition. Ready to drive off the showroom floor, professionally detailed example presents an exciting investment opportunity.