We don't care that our skis and snowboards won't fit, we are still taking this amazing 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC as our ride to the mountains. Our skiing trip just got limited to hanging out at after ski-area which isn't to bad after all.
By Henrik Malmberg | Automotive | 2016-03-31
Unveiled to the public at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari’s new 330 GTC was intended to provide Ferrari’s clientele with the best of both worlds between the more sporting 275 GTB and the more luxurious 330 GT. Offering the perfect combination of performance and luxury, the 330 GTC was a wonderful two-seat grand tourer perfect for Sunday drives, long distance jaunts, or use as everyday transportation.
Almost 50 years after the last example left Maranello, this 330 GTC remains as the quintessential gentleman’s Ferrari and rolls out on auction via RM Sothebys May 14th. Many enthusiasts believe that it is one of the greatest driving Ferraris of its era, even though it is often overlooked for the sportier two-seater models, such as the 275 GTB or 365 GTB/4 Daytona, built around the same time. Having been well maintained and enjoyed in its current ownership for the past 23 years, this particular 330 GTC would thrive on the open road.
Photos: Tom Gidden Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
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