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1967 Ferrari 330 GTSVERKOCHT

1967 Ferrari 330GTS

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as of 4/29/2021

Car 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS
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Known History

1967 FERRARI 330 GTS Coachwork by Pininfarina: Offered with Ferrari Classiche "Red Book"


Sleek, stunning and powerful, this 330 GTS was assembled in early 1967, the 28th of the eventual 100 330 GTSs to be built. Originally finished in Grigio Fumo over Pelle Blue hides, s/n 9791 was ordered by Luigi Chinetti Motors of Greenwich, Connecticut and built for the American market. Sparingly shown and driven in the dozen years of present ownership, only 50,952 miles are indicated on the odometera figure that is understood to be from new. Offered with its owner's handbook, tool roll, Ferrari Red Rook, Massini report, and various records.


By 1975, the Ferrari had made it to the Midwest where it was owned by Guilbert Dybvad of Racine, Wisconsin. Continuing westward, in 1979 s/n 9791 was owned by noted Ferrari collector Michael Buxbaum of Los Angeles, California. Buxbaum's ownership would begin a nearly quarter century of SoCal living. Listed for sale in October of 1980 in Ferrari Market Letter, the car was described at the time as being exceedingly original with only 20k miles. In 1988 the Ferrari was listed in the Ferrari Club of America's roster as being in the collection of the Andrew Cohen of Bel Air, California. Andy, the founder of Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories, a beloved fixture of the Los Angeles car scene and creator of the well-regarded monthly Malibu Vintage Car Gathering at Trancas Country Market who passed away just last year, would own 9791 for over a dozen years. Registered with a set of California Blue plates that, appropriately red "1967 V12" (no doubt with deepest regrets to California's many other Ferrari 275GTB/330GTC and Lamborghini Miura owners), Cohen would go on to show the car at 26th annual Ferrari Club of America National Meeting and Concours at Stouffer's Pine Island Resort in Lake Lanier Island near Atlanta, Georgia in June of 1989 and again at the Rosso Rodeo Concours on tony Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills in June of 1995no doubt in addition to many other local events. In September of 2001, Andy sold his 330 GTS, still in unrestored and original condition with 45,000 miles, to fellow Californian Reed Harmon of Palos Verdes. Shortly after acquiring the car, Mr. Harmon enlisted Norbert Hofer of Grand Touring Classics in Long Beach, California to commence a three-year restoration of the car during which time the car was repainted metallic silver. Completed in time for Monterey in 2004, it would be the sole event to which Harmon would take the car before selling it to Bill Lawarre of Santa Barbara at the end of 2004. Keeping the car through March of 2008, it would briefly enter the garage of Roger Hoffman during which time it was sent to noted Ferrari guru Patrick Otis for mechanical work. Acquired by Rhode Island collector Stephen Frary just ahead of Monterey in 2008, Frary showed the car in Monterey for the second time in four years. In 2008 chassis 9791 went back to a garage on East Coast for the first time since the Ford administration. In January 2012, the 330 was presented at the 21st Palm Beach Cavallino Classic where it won the Gold Award. While Gold is good, Platinum is betterso over the course of the year 9791 was stripped bare, repainted Oro Chiaro, and the issues that kept it from top honors were rectified. It was during this time that the Ferrari Classiche Certification was received with the ever-desirable Red Book arriving in October of 2012. Returning to the Breakers for the 22nd Cavallino Classic in 2013, victory was achieved when the Ferrari brought home the Platinum Award. Fresh from its big victory in Florida, 9791 was displayed at the 29th Annual Reading Ferrari Concours d'Elegance in May of '13 where it was awarded the Francesco Baracca Award (Ferrari of Exceptional Merit).


A perfect motorcar for any number of exciting events, such as the Going to the Sun Rally, the Copperstate 1000, the Mountain Mille, and more, it is equally at home ripping up local back roads on a Saturday or on a show field on Sunday. This Platinum Award winning droptop is ready to thrill and delight its next lucky owner.  






*Delivered new to the United States

*Ferrari Classiche Certified

*Cavallino Classic Platinum Award Winner

*28th of only 100 330 GTS built


Price: $2,450,000