Available for Viewing at Pebble Beach: 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS Spider
Classiche Certified with Red Book This absolutely spectacular 1967
Ferrari 330 GTS Spider is Classiche Certified with its Red Book
from Ferrari and is a meticulously restored matching numbers
example. Originally born in Bianco (white) with black leather
interior. The car was professionally restored and re-painted in
yellow by renowned Ferrari specialist John Bagioli of Forza Motors
in Monterey, CA and the motor has covered less than 500 miles since
the complete rebuild. The best of the best, there was no money
spared on this car throughout its meticulous restoration. Hundreds
of thousands of dollars were spent to make it perfect, and it
shows. Just out of long term ownership, the car has won numerous
awards including winning platinum at the FCA International Meet in
2012. Absolutely pampered by its previous owner, the car runs and
drives as phenomenal as it looks. Offered with books, tools, Marcel
Massini Report, and its Classiche Certification from Ferrari. A
stunningly beautiful 330 GTS Spider and one of only 99 examples
ever built. Ferrari Classiche Certified with Red Book One of Only
99 Examples ever Produced Matching Numbers Professionally Restored
to Top Quality by Marque Specialists Accompanied by Books and Tools
Offered with a Marcel Massini History ReportPrice: $2,475,000
1967 Ferrari 330 GTS
Location:Astoria, New York
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