1964-1967, 1000 produced.
Coupe,2 doors, 2+2 seats
The 330GT was a fine example of a luxury Grand Tourer in the truest sense. Powered by a 3967cc V12 engine the 330 used a 4 speed plus overdrive gearbox in a conventional layout (late cars had a 5 speed 'box).
The 330GTs were well equipped with air-conditioning and power steering, made from 1964-1967 Ferrari made around a 1000 cars, most still survive today.
|3967cc||V12 DOHC||Ferrari V12 DOHC||77mm x 71mm|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|145 mph||6.9 s|
|Publication||Classic Cars September 2003|
|Our Cars - 1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0-Litre-Phil Bell. 1985 Fiat 124 Spider-Ben Field. 1972 Fiat 130 Saloon-Martin Buckley. 1969 Triumph Vitesse, 1967 Jaguar 420-Malcolm McKay.|
Classic Cars March 2001 pg 50
|Publication||Classic Cars March 2001|
|Ferrari Daytona and Boxer - Ferrari went through its biggest engineering change in the Seventies: after the traditional Daytona came the mid-engined Boxer.|
When GT man became family guy
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car November 2009|
|When GT man became family guy- Today, as in the '60s, GT Man has to grow up sometime. Happily, says Martin Buckly, he can retain his hedonistic lifestyle via these 2+2s from Aston, Ferrari and Maserati.|
Stretch of the imagination
|Publication||Octane Cars June 2008|
|Stretch of the imagination - The fabulous one-off station wagon was the last Ferrari to be bodied by Vignale, just a year before his untimely death.|