1966-1968, 600 produced.
Coupe,2 doors,2 seats
A higher performance, short chassis version of the popular 330GT, the 330GTC came with a 300bhp twin cam 3967cc V12. The extra power was transmitted to the rear wheels via a transaxle gearbox. The car had a limited slip differential and independent suspension.
Made by Ferrari from 1966-1968 approximately 600 330GTCs were built.
|3967cc||V12 4OHC||Ferrari V12 4OHC||77mm x 71mm|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|147 mph||6.8 s||300 bhp 7000|
Easy does it
|Publication||Classic Cars November 2010|
|Easy does it - With so much hype around the big, brutal race-bred Ferraris, some of the more gentell road cars remain as hidden gems for those who appreciate a more relaxed style of high-speed motoring. Step forward the 330 GTC.|
|Publication||Classic Cars July 2003|
|Royal premiere - Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale - This Ferrari 330GTC Speciale was created for a Belgian princess and featured rear end styling from the forthcoming Dino. It was one of the last of the special-bodied Ferraris.|
Is this the ugliest Ferrari ever?
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car August 2009|
|Is this the ugliest Ferrari ever?- So asks Martin Buckley after a rare opportunity to get behind the wheel of a unique 330GTC rebodied by carrozzeria Zagato.|
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car October 2004|
|Lost Prophet - While 250 Lussos and 275s go stratosperic, there’s a forgotten Ferrari that drives better for a third of the price, says Richard Heseltine. Ferrari 330GTC|