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1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

Duncan Hamilton Rofgo Ltd

1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2
Duncan Hamilton Rofgo Ltd
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23-0829018

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United Kingdom

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Description

Engine Number 7113

 

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Sharing many components with the 330 GTC (two-seater), the 330 GT 2+2 is appreciated for its ease of use in true Grand Tourer style. Its drivable GT status is enhanced with factory-fitted five-speed gearbox and power windows. This Beautiful 330GT 2+2 we are offering was sold new in Italy and is 1 of the 125 'interim series 1's' that came with the new 5 speed gearbox, drop pedals, upgraded brakes and power windows. Successively owned by Angelo Panichi and Ada Gregnoldo, followed by Maria Luisa Castagna, who was only 29 years old at the time, the car then had just 14,000 kilometers on the odometer. Many years later, in 1996, the car took the roads of San Francisco, California, where it stayed until the early 2000's. The car then made it's way to the UK and then from there to Europe. Now painted in Argento Silver metallic complemented by red leather upholstery - the original colour was actually an unusual "ref 7113" mid-grey non-metallic. The car comes complete with history file which includes a set of invoices, with records of it's pervious title documents. A lovely and useable mix of refinement, comfort, performance and style - rare amongst the GTs of that period.