1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series I by Pininfarina

Sold For €253.000

Ferrari – Leggenda e Passione

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Documents: French Certificat d’Immatriculation

  • The 28th 330 GT 2+2 produced
  • Recently restored in its original colours
  • Delivered new to Germany
  • Application for certification submitted to Ferrari Classiche
The 28th 330 GT 2+2 produced by Ferrari, chassis no. 5421 was built for the European market and fitted with a four-speed transmission with overdrive and instruments in kilometres. Finished in Grigio Notte (18993 M) over a Nero (VM 8500) leather interior, as an early example, this 330 GT 2+2 boasts the distinctive four-headlight nose characteristic of the first-series of the model, a completely new body style that sought to attract American buyers, remaining entirely unique in Ferrari’s line-up.

Originally delivered new to Germany, the car was sold in early 1964 to its first owner, a Mr Baumgart of Germany. At some point later, it was repainted red and by 1980, it was noted as being owned by Rolf Peter Ditter, the owner of a plastic manufacturing company in Kinzigtal, Germany. Mr Ditter was clearly very proud of his car and showed it during the Black Forest meeting in Germany on 19 April 1980, as well as at the Auto Becker meeting at the Nürburgring on 4 June 1980.

Not much is known about the car’s later history, but it eventually moved to England and remained there until 2015, with its most recent English owner acquiring it in 2008 from Christchurch. At that time, chassis no. 5421 was exported to France, where it was fully restored last year. Returned to its original Grigio Notte over Nero, the car presents brilliantly throughout and would make for the ideal, gentlemanly Ferrari grand tourer to drive and enjoy for a family of four.

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