1968 Ferrari 330 GTC
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2408 Timberloch Pl #1
The Woodlands, TX 77380


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Welcome to Crave Luxury Auto, one of the nation's premier marketers of high-line and luxury automobile dealers. The winner of this auction will have the opportunity to own this beautiful 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC. The paint is in excellent condition and it is apparent that this car was garaged and meticulously-maintained. The interior is virtually flawless and is equipped with all the right options. Showing 35,736Km which equals 22,205 Miles. 330GTC 300 bhp, 3,967 cc SOHC V-12 engine with three Weber 40 DCZ6 carburetors, five-speed manual transmission, front and rear independent suspension via wishbones, coil springs, and telescopic shock absorbers, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 94.5 in. A matching-numbers example outfitted with optional factory air conditioning Recent service and mechanical refurbishment by RM Auto Restoration Legendary driving dynamics; considered one of the finest Ferrari grand tourers Introduced at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 330 GTC filled the gap between the sporting 275 GTB and the more luxurious 330 GT 2+2, looking to combine the sporting and luxurious elements from each car in an effort to offer the best of both worlds to Ferraris demanding clientele. The 330 GTC merged a number of desirable aspects from other Ferraris of the time and was molded into a very well-rounded automobile. It utilized the same suspension, steering, and transmission as the 275 GTB and the 4.0-liter V-12 from the 330 GT 2+2, and it was every bit as exciting to drive as the 275. Without a set of rear seats, the 330 GTC was able to fit additional luggage in the cabin thanks to a parcel shelf. And as a result of no longer needing to accommodate passengers in the rear, the cars wheelbase was reduced by 10 inches, greatly improving its handling dynamics. From a design perspective, Pininfarina also attempted to combine the best aspects of their work on previous Ferraris to create a car that was instantly recognizable as a Ferrari yet was something with its own unique flair. The 330 GTCs tail was first seen on the 275 GTS, while the cars nose was similar in design to the limited-production Series II 500 Superfast. Pininfarina also utilized A- and B-pillars, like those that were first seen on the gorgeous 250 GT/L Lusso, allowing for better visibility for the driver and giving the cabin a very airy feeling. By the time production ceased in 1968, only 598 examples had been produced, making it a rare sight on motorways throughout Europe and North America. This particular 330 GTC, chassis XXXXX, was built in 1968, finished in Amaranto (2.443.413), a dark red, over a Nero Franzi interior and fitted by the factory with air conditioning. It remained in its native country with its first owner, Clemento Ravetto, who took delivery in September 1968, according to noted Ferrari historian Marcel Massini. During his ownership, Ravetto had his 330 GTC serviced and maintained by Ferrari Assistenza Clienti in Modena on at least three separate occasions before he sold the car to its second owner in Treviso, Italy. It received one more service by the factory, in October 1969, before it was exported to the United States in 1972. Shortly after arriving stateside, it was advertised for sale in the Ferrari Club of Americas newsletter by Bart J. McMullern, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The car returned to Europe in the 1980s, and following a repaint in red, it was purchased by a Ferrari collector in Switzerland and Stayed in his private collection for over 30 years. Following its recent purchase, chassis XXXXX was shipped directly to RM Auto Restoration in Ontario, Canada, for a full service and mechanical refurbishment. At this time, the carburetors were rebuilt; the air conditioning, heater, and brakes were serviced; new rear shocks and new tail pipes were fitted; the fuel pump was rebuilt; and four new Michelin tires were fitted. The engine was also fully serviced at this time; the heads were removed and reconditioned, the water pump was rebuilt, and new oil filters were installed. Overall, the car presents extremely well. The interior is believed to be largely original and showing the correct amount of patina for its age, giving the car some additional character and charisma. Following a full service and mechanical refurbishment, it remains ready to drive and enjoy in every respect. For the enthusiast and collector looking to sample one of Ferraris best driving automobiles of any era, this 330 GTC warrants serious consideration. We also believe it is a sold blue chip investment currently undervalued and ripe to continue as a great growth asset. We welcome any pre-buy inspections before purchase and can help facilitate door to door shipping to anywhere in the world at an affordable price. Crave Luxury Auto is located in The Woodlands, TX (north side of Houston, TX). Call us and schedule an appointment to visit Crave Luxury Auto. If you have any questions please call us anytime at 281.651.2101 . Thank You for visiting another Crave Luxury Auto Listing! You can always view our online inventory direct at www.craveluxuryauto.com . If you prefer to communicate via email, one of our representatives are always available at craveluxury@gmail.com . Crave Luxury Auto offers an extensive range of superb, low mile, exotic and luxury automobiles. Trade-in proposals are always welcome.


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