The 28th 330 GT 2+2 produced by Ferrari was built for the European market and equipped with a four-speed transmission with overdrive and odometer display. This 330 GT 2+2 is painted in Grigio Notte (18993 M) and has a leather interior in Nero (VM 8500).

As an early example, it features the four-headlamp nose that was characteristic of the first series of the model, an entirely new body style that was intended to appeal to American buyers and remained completely unique in the Ferrari lineup.

 Originally delivered as a new car to a Ferrari dealer in Germany, the car was sold to its first owner, a Mr. Baumgart of Germany, in early 1964. At a later date it was repainted red and by 1980 it was owned by Rolf Peter Ditter, the owner of a plastics manufacturer in Kinzigtal, Germany. Mr. Ditter was obviously very proud of his car and showed it at the Black Forest meeting in Germany on April 19th 1980 and at the Auto Becker meeting at the Nürburgring on June 4th 1980.

 Not much is known about the car's subsequent history, but it eventually went to England and remained there until 2015, with its last English owner acquiring it in Christchurch in 2008. At that time, it was exported to France, where it was fully restored in 2016 and subsequently sold to its current owner. In its original Grigio Notte over Nero, the car presents itself in a brilliant condition and would be the ideal Ferrari Grand Tourer for a family of four.

 A 2017 Ferrari Classiche is available which classifies the car as fully Matching Numbers and a original restoration. The entire history of the car has been reconditioned and is very well documented. Such a car with good history and in this condition is becoming increasingly difficult to find.

 The car is technically overhauled and is sold with a fresh service.

History of the series

The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 made its debut at the Brussels Salon in January 1964, replacing its earlier cousins the 250 2+2 GTE and 330 America. The Series I, as it was later called, was much more than a revised 250; it was a bolder, more striking incarnation, both in looks and performance.

Pininfarina was again entrusted with the styling, and their vision of Ferrari evolution took its cue from its predecessors, but also included some bold design elements. A sharper nose and tail, a wider grille and the use of the characteristic quad headlights reflected the tastes of Ferrari's main export market, the USA.

The fantastic, Gioacchino Colombo-designed, powerful V-12 engine was fitted to all 300 GT series and produced an impressive 300 bhp, fitted with triple Weber carburettors. This combination took the car from 0 to 100 km in an astonishing 6.3 seconds, making it the fastest road-going Ferrari of the time.

The Series II cars from 1966 onwards reverted to a more conventional twin headlamp arrangement, leaving behind the somewhat awkward quad headlamps, which suited them much better aesthetically. It was also Enzo Ferrari's favourite car and his daily driver!

The vehicle is located in our showroom in Stuttgart-Plieningen, close to the airport/trade fair. A test drive and an inspection on the car lift are possible by arrangement.

The sale takes place on request with new inspection, service and TÜV. We also offer a wide range of accessories for your new dream car. If required, we can also deliver the vehicle to you in a closed trailer.

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Carola Daimler Cars is a company owned by the great-granddaughter of inventor and visionary Gottlieb Daimler. We collect, trade and broker classic cars, youngtimers and collectibles with potential and history. We place particular emphasis on quality, history and preserved charm.

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Vehicle details

Vehicle data

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330 GT
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58,989 km
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Ready to drive


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