1962 Ferrari 330 GT Prototype For Sale in Rowlett, Texas 75088 The 330 2+2 serial numbers start at about 5100. The 250s ended at 5000 and they made 50 Americas, which was a 250 with a 330 engine. This car is the third prototype of 6 pre-production cars. The first was a 250 that was sold. The second was scrapped. #4085 was the third. The fourth was owned by Christian Briggs and was sold at auction 2 years ago for $465,000. There were two more cars that were pre-production. 4085 was at the factory for 2 years and Enzo Ferarri drove it for some time. In 1964 it was sold to North America as a new car! The biggest difference, and what makes this car completely unique, is that the fuse box is in the same place as a 250, behind the firewall on the passenger side. The motor is earlier and was at the factory; it is from a 250 America. This car was featured in the press release pictures shot at the factory. There are also pictures of this car outside Enzo Ferrari's house. This is a non A/C car with roll up windows. Bob Norwood has had this car since 2007 and has spent a lot of time researching its history. The engine is a large bore 330 with 40 mm carbs. The brakes are like a 250.