Replacing the 250 GTE, the 330 2+2 was Ferrari’s second attempt at a 4-seat grand tourer. The car was often criticized for its distinctive dual headlights which was a feature used by body designer Tom Tjaarda. Not long afterward Ferrari reverted to the single headlight treatment for the model.
The 330 was powered by the capable Colombo V12 engine that was capable of 300 bhp.
Refinements from the 250 GTE included Koni adjustable dampers, coil spring-assisted rear leaf springs and separate front and rear braking circuits. Power steering and air conditioning were optional.
1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 7323GT – sold for €74,400. A desirable five-speed Series 1, ‘7323GT’ has had only two owners, the first being the BBC producer, John Perkins, who purchased the Ferrari new and kept it until his death, whereupon the family sold the car to the current vendor in 2002. Since then it has received a bare metal re-spray by Peterborough Painters. The car has been very well maintained throughout its life and has recently been re-commissioned by Ferrari specialist, Bob Empson, of Cambridge having seen little use since purchase. Finished in Sky Blue with all-original matching leather interior, ‘7323GT’ is described as in generally very good condition and comes compete with owner’s handbook, tool kit, Swansea V5 registration document and fresh MoT. An excellent opportunity to acquire a thoroughbred Italian Gran Turismo ready for Continental touring. Auction Source: 2010 Collectors’ Motor Cars at Goodwood Revival by Bonhams
1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 – sold for €60,500. The left-hand drive Series I 330 GT 2+2 offered here, 6397, was completed on 15 October 1964. Its first owner was Mrs. Madeleine Huygen of Scharbeek, Belgium, who enjoyed it sparingly over the next 18 years. On 20 December 1982, 6397 was sold through the firm Automobiles Bourgeois to the Siegel family of Reutlingen, Germany, and registered to a Mrs. Gasser, who was a friend of Mr. Siegel. Between 1983 and 1989, the car was treated to a complete, ground-up restoration by marque specialists, with total receipts amounting to over 150,000 DM. Upon completion, the car was subjected to annual inspections, and in October 1999, 6397 was found to be free from defects by the German TÜV, with just 45,067 kilometres registered. In 1998, the Schenk firm of Stuttgart performed repairs to the rear axle, and replaced the generator as well.
In 2000, 6397 was acquired with 46,300 kms by a motorbike and automobile museum, where it has remained ever since. Today, it is offered complete with its original Belgian registration documentation, restoration and maintenance receipts and the original handbook. Sympathetically restored, well maintained and handsomely presented, this 330 GT 2+2 remains a fine example of Ferrari’s desirable four-passenger road car. Auction Source: 2009 Leggenda e Passione
Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 – sold for $82,500 The handsome left hand drive example offered here, chassis 06363, was sold new to its first private owner in Milan through the official dealer, M.G. Crepaldi. It was serviced and maintained in 1965 at the Ferrari factory before being exported to the United States in the late 1960s. By April 1971 it was owned by James B. Greer of Malibu, California and was eventually sold in July 1980 to David Osborne of Beverly Hills. Auction Source: 2009 Automobiles of Amelia Island RM Auction