1964 Ferrari

330 GT 2+2 series I

Blue Sera with Arancia Connolly (Tobacco Brown) leather interior and Beige carpeting, 4.0 Liter V12, 4-speed manual gearbox with overdrive, 77,000 Kilometers/47,000 Miles. Matching Numbers and original colors, Highly original, Collector ownership, Recent full service, Documented by Massini.

This 330 GT 2+2 was completed on July 9, 1964 in its original colors of Blue Sera over Arancia and delivered to the Ferrari dealership Garage Pesa SA in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was sold to its first owner, a resident of Lausanne, Mr. Eisenschmidt. Remaining in Europe, it was later sold to its next owner in France. The 330 remained in France until 1999 when it was sold to J.A.J. Estie, a resident of Bodegraven, The Netherlands. The 330 was sold and imported to the United States in 2001 and registered to a collector here in New York. During this long-term collector ownership, the 330 was featured in an issue of Forza magazine. In 2014, the engine and transmission were rebuilt by famed Ferrari mechanic, François Sicard in Connecticut. Soon thereafter, this 330 GT 2+2 found a new home with its most recent caretaker, the 330 was then always service maintained and stored by Peter Markowskis Restoration of Performance Motorcars of Vermont, RPM..

Recently traded to Autosport Designs, this 330 GT 2+2 has never needed a complete restoration, instead, it is a superb candidate for any concours preservation class. It has been repainted in recent years as well as maintained, when and where needed. Upon a recent road test, the 330 performed flawlessly with excellent power and driving as one would expect from a properly maintained and sorted vintage Ferrari with comfort and seating for four.

Price: $235,000