1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 - Auction hammer price £73,000

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1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 - Auction hammer price £73,000

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"This 1964 Ferrari 330 GT Series 1 sold at a Somerset auction on Saturday for a hammer price of £73,000. Inclusive of auction fees, that's £81,760. The car is one of only 36 right hand drive models ever built for the UK market and one of just 20 believed to still be in existence today. The vendor bought it 'on a whim' in 1971 but an issue with its brakes means it hasn't been on the road for 34 years. In its 58 years the Ferrari is showing as covering 43,000 miles and the four-litre V12 engine is original. Classic car insurance specialists, Hagerty, values a 'fair' condition example of this car at £140,000."
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/car ... s-80k.html
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I've always said that the GTE and 2+2 Ferraris of the 60's were very often far cooler than the more expensive models, especially when not in Retail Racing Red. Imaging that car in Dark blue or deep silver with the red oxblood seats. Cooler than a Penguin's bawbag.

And gone are the days when that was just a donor to make a SWB / GTO rep. That will make someone a very classy and capable GT. and a big profit, if they are careful.

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Re: 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 - Auction hammer price £73,000

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A really cool car which I first saw parked at Brands Hatch c 1964/5 next to my Dad's company car! I loved it as it was a sinilar blue. And Denny Hulme was there to give us a passenger ride on the circuit - in a Ford Minibus!!!! Going around Druids bend was an interesting experience.
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