Enzo Ferrari’s 1962 330 GT 2+2 Coupe Prototype

Apr 16, 2019

Category: Rides

Enzo Ferrari is a legend who needs no introduction, as he founded one of the most illustrious automotive companies in history. However, it was a rare sight to see him drive one of the finely-built vehicles that wore his name with pride. That’s why Enzo’s 1962 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Coupe Prototype is so rare since it’s one of the only prancing horse automotive masterpieces the icon ever drove.

This 330 GT 2+2 has a Colombo V12 engine fed by triple Weber carburetors to produce 300 horsepower. It transfers power through a manual 4-speed gearbox and has power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes, 15” Borrani chrome wire wheels, an ANSA Marmitte exhaust, and beautiful Pininfarina bodywork. There are only 67,710 miles on this well-preserved, light ivory coupe with black leather interior. And, this is the first 330 GT 2+2 prototype, which Ferrari used as his personal ride to help spark interest in the vehicle. You can own this historic sports car right now for $496,000.

Purchase: $496,000

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