1967 Ferrari

"330 GTC"

Configuration: front engine, rear wheel drive

Engine: V12

Displacement: 4.0 L

Horsepower: 300 hp

Torque: 288 lb-ft

Max RPM: 7,000 rpm

Transmission: 5-speed manual

A Little History

In 1966 Ferrari and Pininfarina released a new coupe at the Geneva Motor Show. It was a more luxurious alternative to the 275 GTB/4 and took styling cues from the flagship 500 Superfast that it effectively replaced. With 300 hp on tap, the 330 GTC was no slouch either.

The Design: Inside, the car was well appointed with power windows, leather seats, a teak veneered dashboard and a triple-spoked, wooden-rimmed steering wheel. It’s no surprise that the 330 GTC sold well. 600 were produced before the model was updated in 1968 with a 4.4 L V12 and renamed the 365 GTC.

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