1967 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Series II: Matching Numbers and Out of 37
Year OwnershipThis 1967 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Series II Coupe by
Pininfarina is a matching numbers example just out of 37 year
ownership. Originally born in attractive and desirable Argento
(Silver) with black interior. Currently red with tan leather,
chassis 10057 is a US car that was ordered new through Luigi
Chinetti Motors in New York and sold new to its first owner Mr.
Hokanson of Los Angeles, California. In June 1967 Mr. Hokanson
picked the car up in Maranello and toured through Europe before
exporting the car in the fall of 67' from Livorno, Italy to
California. Mechanically sound, the 330GT runs and drives but would
benefit from servicing at this time. Factory power steering, power
windows, and air conditioning. Excellent paint, chrome, and leather
interior. A California car most of its life, it's very clean and
solid all around. At some point a webasto sunroof was also
installed. The 330GT is a prime consideration for the demanding
Ferrari enthusiast in search of one of the all-time great
front-engined V-12 Ferraris. 1967 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Coup by
PininfarinaChassis no. 10057 Retaining its Original Matching
Numbers Engine Same Owner Since 1984 A California Car most of its
Life Offered with Marcel Massini History Report Originally Born in
Attractive Argento (Silver) Extremely Collectible Series II 330GT
1967 Ferrari 330 GT
Location:Astoria, New York
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