- Ferrari Classiche certification
- Fully matching numbers
- From a major collection
A fully matching number example - this Ferrari 330 GTC was supplied new in March 1967 to the official Ferrari dealer Fontinella & Co of Turin and first owned by local resident Lorenzo Genero.
Exported to the USA in 1972 the car had a succession of collector owners - untill it returned to Italy in 1992 where it was restored by Sport Car of Milan in the 1990s, retaining its original beige leather upholstery, and remained painted red with it's coveted Borrani wire wheel factory option, as fitted to this car.
In May 2005 the Ferrari was sold to it's next owner in Monaco. According to the accompanying Massini Report, '9613' was owned for the next few years by Best Auto Srl of Sassuolo (Modena), Italy.
The car was then bought by the current owner and registered in the UK in February 2015. A documented €100,000 was spent on the Ferrari while it in his possession. Works carried out included a bare-metal re-spray, all new chrome, sorting all mechanicals as required, overhauling the air conditioning system and fitting new Borrani wire wheels.
In 2016 9613 had a full engine rebuild and electric power steering was also fitted at this time, amounting to significant documented expenditure - with further works undertaken in 2017.
This car has extensive documentation to support a no-expense spared approach to maintenance during the current ownership and presents as a reference example of this desirable Ferrari GT.