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1965 Ferrari 330 GTO “Recreation” Serial Number 6689 GT

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Lead photograph of 1965 Ferrari 330 GTO “Recreation” Serial Number 6689 GT

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   330 GTO “Recreation”
Year   1965 Serial #   6689 GT
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 209 Chassis Type   Tipo 571
Build Sequence #    Number Built   
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Allegretti
First Owner   Cecconi Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   

Features

Identified in PF records as a 330 GT 2+2 Series I with 5–speed, per Hillary Raab.

History

1965, sold new to Alfredo Cecconi, Italy, plates VT 81585.

1973, 30 Jan, sold to Robert Alger, USA.

1977, 25 May, sold to Ken Gerber, Bethesda, MD.

1978, offered by Gerber in FML 0305. Needs cosmetics.

1978, 23 May, sold to Albert Celiett.

1987, 15 Aug., sold to Michael Walther as a base car to build a 330 GTO replicar. Aluminum hand hammered body off original GTO buck by Allegretti. 330 GT frame shortened to original GTO wheel base. 4 liter engine with all competition components, 6 dual Webers on high rise manifold. Dry sump, oil cooler and accu sump. Competition Ferrari 5–speed transmission with straight cut gears. ATL fuel cell. Full roll cage integrated into construction. External electric shut–off and inboard fire system. Ferrari GTO components, lights, trim, 6 GTO racing Borrani wire wheels and 4 Borrani chrome wire wheels. Log Book from SVRA and HSR, concourse winner—Walter Mitty. Magnificent street machine and serious vintage racer. Price: $145,000. Interesting trades welcome.

1998, 12 Sept., listed for sale in the FML by Mike Sheehan.

330 GT 2+2 transformed to a GTO with an alloy body by Allegretti. Dry sump competition 4 liter engine, six Webers, oil cooler and accu–sump. 5–speed with straight cut gears. ATL fuel cells, full roll cage. Has SVRA and HSR log books. Concours winner. Very fast and well sorted. $145,000.

1999, 13 Jan., a prospective buyer called. Very interested. Please send photos and information.

1999, 06 Feb., for sale in FML Volume 24 no. 3 by Mike Sheehan.

330 GT 2+2 transformed to a GTO with an alloy body by Allegretti. Dry sump competition 4 liter engine, six Webers, oil cooler and accu–sump. 5–speed with straight cut gears. ATL fuel cells, full roll cage. Has SVRA and HSR log books. Concours winner. Very fast and well sorted. $145,000. Half page ad.

1999, 28 Feb., the buyer flew in with his mechanic and agreed to buy the car.

1999, 1 Mar., as per the seller, Mike Walther, the deal has finally closed with our buyer.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.