Auction Block: 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS

Nov 18, 2019

Category: Rides

With as many spectacular vehicles as we come across, it’s easy to feel a bit of classic car fatigue. But all it takes is one truly miraculous model to get us excited once more. And that’s exactly what happened when we laid eyes upon this 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS that’s headed to auction.

For reference, the Ferrari 330 GTS — limited to just 99 ever built — is already one of the most sought-after classic cars in existence. This one, however, takes the cake — as this Pininfarina-bodied convertible is also a Platinum Award winner for its no-expenses-spared masterful restoration. Finished in a vibrant Giallo Fly yellow with a black leather interior and wood detailing, it took literal years to get it into the immaculate condition you see today. It also still boasts its original 4.0L V12 engine, capable of producing 300hp and 241 foot-pounds of torque — which is also so clean you could eat off of it. Of course, this masterpiece also comes with a high price; Gooding & Co. expects it to fetch over $2,200,000 when it hits the auction block.

Purchase: $178+

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