1966 Ferrari 330 GTC


Talacrest is offering this Ferrari 330 GTC for sale. 


  • Freshly painted in Pino Verde
  • Ferrari Classiche certification
  • Full Marcel Massini report
  • Subject to £120k refurbishment

The 330 GTC was introduced to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1966. Fitted with a four-litre V-12 engine producing 300 bhp at 7,000 rpm with triple Weber carburetors, these cars featured hydraulic disc brakes, a fully independent suspension, and a tubular steel chassis with similarities to that of the 275 GTB.

Subtly styled for those looking to use their 330 GTCs on a regular basis, these cars quickly developed a reputation as an excellent grand tourer. Its Pininfarina coachwork sported a nose similar to that of the 400 Superamerica and a tail similar to that of the 275 GTS. Each car was fitted as standard with a full leather interior and electric windows, with air conditioning available as an optional extra. Just 598 examples were built.


Ownership history

Factory Certificate of Origin issued October 6, 1966 whereupon it was sold new by Ferrari S.p.A. via official dealer Romeo Pedini, of Perugia to first owner Mrs. Giuseppina Giovagnoli, who purchased the car on behalf of Renato Giomi, Perugia, Italy, declared purchase price was Italian Lire 6’500’000

Serviced and maintained by the Ferrari Factory Assistenza Clienti at Viale Trento Trieste in Modena, from new until the odometer was showing 39’463 kms.

On April ,4 1969 it was sold by Renato Giomi to the second owner Italcarta S.p.A., who had the car serviced at the Factory with the odometer showing 48’608 kms.

On August 6, 1969 it was sold by Italcarta S.p.A. to the third owner Cesare Locarno of Milan

On November 14 1969 sold by Locarno to Sergio Lovati of Milan

On May 19, 1971 it was sold by Lovati through dealer Achilli Motors to the fifth owner Mrs. Teresa Barberis, of Molina, Italy

It was later sold via italian dealer Dino Armando Genghini who exported the car from Italy to USA

1979 advertised for sale by Ed Watermans Thorobred Motorcars of Arlington, VA/USA

1985 advertised for sale by John X.Carrier, resident of Virginia Beach, VA/USA

1991 – 1993 advertised for sale by Peter Rau of Touring Garage in Oberweningen, Switzerland

1993 – 2014 Long term ownership in collection of Rocco Tiso-Furger of Wollerau, Switzerland

September 2014 For sale by Classic Sportscar of Wädenswil, Switzerland

January 2021 Roland Hachler, Switzerland

Today – owned by Talacrest.

Recent work

Just subject to a £120k+ refurbishment with fully rebuilt engine, gearbox and suspension with fresh paint. Absolutley on the button and needs nothing.

Comes with detailed Massini report and Ferrari Classiche in addition to documentation of recent extensive expenditure at GTO Engineering in preparation for sale.

A great example of this popular model finished in a superb colour scheme.

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Talacrest’s Chairman John Collins has had a life-long passion for Ferrari and used to run a Ferrari 246 Dino as his everyday road car as a photo journalist 38 years ago. Today his enthusiasm for Ferrari remains undiminished after selling approximately 1700 + classic Ferrari – and the thrill of conducting the next deal and helping collectors obtain their dream classic Ferrari is the driving force behind the company. The business was established in 1987 and has sold just about every classic Ferrari made – it would be easier to draw up a list of Ferrari NOT sold by Talacrest than those that they have sold. "You should bear in mind that with the volume of Ferrari that we have sold – sometimes we have sold an individual car many times over. A classic example being a Ferrari 275 GTB/2 6 carburettor alloy car that we have sold no less than 6 times!" Customers come back to Talacrest time and again – because buying or selling from the best is a straightforward process – and equally whatever cycle the market is in – the very best cars that we sell are always a good long term investment prospect, as well as an exciting ownership proposition.