1965 Ferrari 330GT Vignale Shooting BrakePrice Upon Request
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Reference Number 508271

as of 2/17/2018

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Stock Number 7963

Autosport Designs Inc  Contact  Location
203 West Hills Road  Phone  (631) 425-1555  City  Huntington Station
Huntington Station, NY 11746  Fax  (631) 425-6185  State  New York
United States  Mobile    Country  United States United States
Overview
Car 1965 Ferrari 330GT Vignale Shooting Brake
Exterior / Interior Color Oro Chiaro /      Tan  
Condition Exceptional 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Interior: Leather interior 
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Known History

1965 FERRARI 330 GT VIGNALE SHOOTING BRAKE

--Oro Chiaro with Tan leather interior and Tan carpeting, 13,710 miles, 5-speed manual, 4.0 liter V12, One-off designed by Luigi Chinetti Jr. and Bob Peak, Believed to be the last Ferrari bodies by Vignale, Turin Auto Show car, Documented by Massini, Restored in the 1990’s and recently refreshed.

 

Well documented in its illustrious history, this unique Shooting Brake originated as a standard 330GT 2+2 and is believed to be the last Ferrari with Vignale Coachwork.

 

Delivered in December of 1965 to Belgian market dealer, Garage Francorchamps. The first owner is recorded simply as, “Desy”, then in 1967 the car was purchased by American Ferrari importer “Coco” Chinetti.

 

Chinetti and commissioned famous commercial designer Bob Peak to design a one off Shooting Brake concept, and with designs prepared, they chose Vignale to undertake the transformation of the 330 GT.

 

Alfredo Vignale was to create the second Ferrari ever to wear Shooting Brake coachwork and the project became the Patron’s last project before his untimely death in 1969. Vignale launched the uniquely styled 330 at the 1968 Turin Motor Show, where the car was an astounding spectacle, revered for its distinctive lines and outlandish coachwork.

Thereafter, the Shooting Brake was returned to Connecticut, where Chinetti enjoyed many years of motoring and where it was a regular on the Greenwich and Palm Beach society scene.

 

The car appeared in Philadelphia in 1977, then to Paris in 1979 to Mr. Jean Claude “Patch” Paturau, and most recently on to the U.K. under celebrity ownership, where it was restored and repainted to its current livery.

 

The 330GT is eligible for numerous specialty events, concours and otherwise around the world. It has been shown in the past at many and will once again be a welcomed addition in the future due to its rarity and coachbuilt style.

 

There is a large amount of supporting documentation that accompanies the car, including a large binder with detailed maintenance history, factory tool roll and jack.

 

This is a one-off, numbers matching Ferrari with incredible ownership history and well documented provenance. It represents among the rarest of opportunities and is arguably on of the best European-American design collaborations in Ferrari’s long and illustrious history.

 

Video walk-around and road test: https://youtu.be/3QpgiXmMOfk