First presented in March 1963 alongside the mid-engined , they were essentially a development of the and fitted with the 4-litre , here rated at 390 hp 291 kW at 7,500 rpm. Power was from a 4. This method of construction allowed easy replacement of body panels after an accident. However, we are able to obtain any of these vehicles for sale if request for such a vehicle is made by an interested party. The 275 chassis was a conventional design fabricated from oval-section steel tube.
Chassis 08727 had pop-up driving lights in the nose panel, unique exterior trim and a special interior fitted for Battista Pininfarina. A dual-circuit braking system was used with discs all around, though it separated brakes front to back rather than diagonally as on modern systems. It was this arrangement that reduced the number of engine mounting points and therefore a new block was necessary. In 1963 Ferrari produced a bespoke chassis for this model can called it the 330 Le Mans Berlinetta. All body panels were changed, including wider front and rear fenders and a slightly shorter nose. Please call for pricing and inquiries Visit www. The man who showed 0097 S at the 50th Anniversary in Rome and Maranello May 1997 was not Schäfer.
It was later purchased by the Blackhawk Collection. European market examples had circular rear light units with the upper section in orange for the turn signal, and featured a central circular reflector. Gastone Crepaldi's San Marco, Milan garage. It was substantially changed, with wider bore spacing and an alternator replacing a generator. Please verify any information in question with Ferrari westlake. No competition versions of this model were built, although a number of clients used lightly modified road cars in various types of events, mainly for their own enjoyment rather than outright victory.
In race trim without spare and tool kit, it can weigh less than 2,350 lb 1,070 kg , a savings of over 150 kg 331 lb compared to the alloy bodied road cars. April 15, 1951, 0097 S was raced at the Coppa Intereuropa at Monza by Federico Munz on race 112. It has also received two Platinum Awards, one each in Monterey and the 2005 Cavallino Classic in Palm Beach. The Tipo 213 engine in this competition specification produced 275-282 hp 210 kW at 7500 rpm. The last two were painted in argento 25090A Italver, with chassis 10107 having a pelle nera Franzi interior, and chassis 10241 having a pelle blu Franzi interior.
It left the factory fitted with air-conditioning, power windows, instrumen. Please vote thumbs up if you like this video and feel free to make a comment. The Body The body forward of the windscreen was very similar in style to the Ferrari 500 Superfast model. The last in the series had quarter bumpers that stopped short of the grille opening, with no nudge bar fitted. The independent front suspension was by unequal length wishbones with coil springs and Koni hydraulic shock absorbers, whilst the steering was worm and roller without power assistance. The body was mounted on a 2,400 mm wheel base tubular steel chassis with factory reference number 592, and all were numbered in the odd chassis number road car sequence.
Princess Lilian owned hers until her passing in 2002. Coachwork: Pininfarina Chassis Num: Engine Num: This car, chassis number 10267, was completed by the factory as a U. One retired at Sebring 1963, while of three starters at , two retired and the car of and came in fifth. In the event of a claim, the guaranteed value s on your policy declarations page is the amount your vehicle s is covered for, even if the value displayed here is different. .
The car was hand built by Pininfarin. Find sources: — · · · · June 2012 Ferrari 330 Overview Manufacturer Production 1963—1968 Body and chassis Powertrain 4. The company initially sponsored drivers and manufactured racing cars, before moving into the production of road vehicles as Ferrari S. The driver had an elegant, three-spoke wood rim Nardi steering wheel in front of the main shrouded instrument nacelle, which projected from the top of the dash panel, and housed the circular dial rev counter and matching speedometer. Marcel, that is quite impressive and I thank you a thousand times, because my draft article would have had a lot of story wrong. It was first shown at the 1966 Paris Salon, and remained in production until March 1968, during which time 330 examples were manufactured in the chassis number range 09007 to 11069.
If so, there would have been two events where he'd have raced it beside Briggs Cunningham, who later, it is reported, ordered the same design from Michelotti for the C5 that now resides in Leno's garage. The engine and transaxle mounts were also revised to use two chassis attachment points each, rather than the four found on earlier cars. These models were more refined than earlier Ferraris, more quiet and easier to drive. Other weight-saving measures included removal of cooling fans, holes drilled in many internal panels and frames, plexiglass side and rear windows, thin fiberglass floor panels, and magnesium-framed seats. The raised plates on the top of the rear fenders were necessary to clear the rear tires. The final car in the series was chassis 10241, built on Pininfarina job number 99687, for Dr Franco Palma of Rome, Italy.
Apart from their obvious svelte lines, it offers power with sophistication, plentiful torque, light controls, good luggage capacity, great visibility, and a refined V12 aural soundtrack. Ferrari was founded by the charismatic Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari. But the most impressive feature of the handling of the new vehicle is the solidness with which it changes direction, particularly in S-bends, where it tracks with about the same precision as a modern race car. Tuttleman in October of 1966. The rear bumper lacked an internal supporting subframe and was simply fastened to the bodywork sheetmetal. Accordingly, the brightwork is largely original save for a few items that have been rechromed.
He concluded that the car would probably equal the factory's claimed 150mph. By 1998 it was acquired by the previous owner who undertook a detailed and exacting mechanical rebuild that included extensive work to the engine, brakes and application of correct engine ancillaries per the factory specification. For information on toolkits, brochures, manuals, magazine articles, etc. Following Le Mans, the car placed 11th overall at the 1965 500 km of and won the 1965 Nassau Tourist Trophy. But Corradini does not want that Luigi Chinetti finds out, because his profit loss could provoke hell on Corradini and his ongoing parallel business. Attached to it was a bespoke 4-Speed transmission with no synchromesh gears. At least 72 cars were built with a lightweight all-aluminum body, which was an extra-cost option from the factory.