When was the last time you saw a barn-find Ferrari? 330 GT 2+2 Series II S/N 7607, with black plates and 81,000 original miles came up for sale on ebay and sold 12/23/2009 for $68,100.00. There was an amazing 74 bids before the bidding was exhausted.
Originally delivered to Bagley in the USA, 638/PF (according to Hilary Raab's Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, revised).
The 330 was claimed to be off the road and stored inside since 1982! The lising states "One owner from 1970 till 2009, an unmolested , damage & rust free super straight California black plate car, motor has been recommissioned and runs perfect , no smoke, no overheating , rebuilt carbs and distributors, new battery and fuel pump, flushed gas tank and fuel lines, motor has excellent compression on all 12 cylinders, motor was rebuilt in 1973, this Ferrari has ultra rare rarely if ever seen factory removable headrests for front seats and all factory belly pans, owner’s manual, no tools or jack, interior is all original tan leather, front seats are dry rear seats and door panels are in great shape, this is the way you hope to find them. Title is California 1970’s pink slip." Seller claims that air cleaner is included with the car.
Marvel in the patina, the untouched console and passenger headrest. Also note the leather headliner.
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