ntroduced at the 1964 Brussels Motor Show as a successor to the 330 America, the 4-liter, 300-hp, Mark 1 330 GT 2+2 with 4-speed synchromesh gearbox had well-spaced ratios and a single dry-plate clutch in unit with the engine, with a Laycock electrically operated overdrive fitted behind the gearbox. The rear axle had an 8/34 ratio, good for 152 mph at 6,400 rpm. With disc brakes all round, 100 mph to 0 braking was possible in just 375 feet. A popular model and a true GT, with some 1,080 examples being sold, the 330 GT is a genuine four-seater with generous luggage space.
Jaguar Cars originally purchased this car, and it was then stripped by Jaguar technicians to study. Employee Bob Blake, the American responsible for the design of the FHC E-type, bought and kept the car for nine years. It shows approximately 58,300 miles, believed to be original.
Offering perhaps the most affordable entry into classic V12 Ferrari motoring, in Oxford Blue with gray hide and Borrani wheels, this attractive car is said to be in very good overall condition.