The 330 GTC was unveiled at the 1966 Geneva Salon and was an amalgam of other Ferraris. It shared its 94.5-inch wheelbase and tubular steel chassis with the 275 GTB, and its 4-liter, V-12 motor was the same as the one powering the 330 GT 2+2. The Pininfarina-styled body was a mash-up as well, taking styling cues from the 500 Superfast for the front end and the 275 GTS for the rear.
The Pininfarina designed body was assembled at their facility in Turin then delivered fully trimmed for final mechanical assembly at Ferrari. Something out of the norm for Ferrari, the GTS carried a model badge on the rear deck stating “330”. Prior to this model, only a few cars proclaimed a model identity.
Aside from being an elegant GT car, the 330 GTC is certainly no slouch when it comes to performance. It’s 4-liter, V-12 engine can produce up to 300 horsepower and reach a top speed of 150 mph, with a 0–60 mph time of under seven seconds.