Review

This 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS Is A Spectacle Of Italian Sex On Wheels

There's no shame in staring here.

Anytime you see a Ferrari it’s worth a few minutes of your time to check it out in detail. But when you see a Ferrari like this one, a 1967 330 GTS, minutes simply aren’t enough. We recently had the chance to get up close and personal with this Ferrari 330 GTS and wow. Just wow. Powered by a 4.0-liter (naturally aspirated, of course) V12 with a total of 300 hp and 245 lb-ft of torque, power goes directly to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual. This is about as analog as it gets, and obviously we have no complaints about that.

The Ferrari 330 GTS and its coupe sibling, the GTC, were revealed in 1966 and were on the market only until 1968, when both were succeeded by the 365 GTC and 365 GTS. Only 100 units of the 330 GTS were ever built, with one of them being a pre-production model.

Point being, this Ferrari is quite rare and special. What’s also interesting to know is that unlike some previous Ferraris before it, the 330 GTS was engineered to be a bit tamer; it’s less of a race car and more of a grand tourer. Supposedly, it was the first Ferrari where you could hear the radio. But make no mistake: it was fast for its time, going from 0 to 60 mph in the mid-six second range and topping out at 146 mph. What’s it worth? At least $2.5 million. No classic Ferrari is cheap. Special thanks to the Blackhawk Automotive Museum for letting us film the car.

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