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1967 Ferrari 330 GTS Serial Number 9627

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Lead photograph of 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS Serial Number 9627

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   330 GTS
Year   1967 Serial #   9627
Engine #   9627 VIN   
Engine Type   209 Chassis Type   592
Build Sequence #   13th Number Built   100
Body Type   Spyder Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   J.J. Weber Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

S/n 9627. 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS. 13th of 100 built. The 1967 Geneva Show car. New to Jean Jacques Weber, the son–in–law of the late Georges Filipinetti. J.J. Weber was also the C.E.O. of SAVAF, the Swiss Ferrari importer. Originally Silver–Blue with Black interior. Documented ownership history from new. Restored by Bob Norwood, Dallas, in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Black with black leather and a black top and carpets. Excellent chrome and Borranis. Has an owner’s pouch, manuals, Factory sales brochure for the 330 GTS and a Maranello Concessionaires sales brochure. Full engine rebuild in 2004 by Peter Markowski of RPM, Vermont at a cost of $35,000, invoices available. Detailed engine bay. Runs and drives extremely well. Four litre V–12, 300 hp and lots of torque. A user–friendly Ferrari with light steering and a light clutch with good torque for city driving!

History

S/n 9627. 330 GTS. 13th built. Per PF records: job no. 175213. Destinazione Salon Geneva; Body no. CO217. Euro model. No A/C. Originally Silver–Blue with Black interior.

1967, ordered new by Jean Jacques Weber, the son–in–law of the late Georges Filipinetti of Garage Filipinetti and Scuderia Filipinetti. J.J. Weber was the C.E.O. of SAVAF, the Swiss Ferrari importer.

1967, Geneva Show car. Originally Silver–Blue with Black interior.

1972, 20 Dec., sold for J.J. Weber through Marcel Willemin, Garage du Bout–du–Monde, 1211, Geneva, Switzerland to Harley Cluxton, paid 18,000 Sfr. Had 49,166 kms.

1973, 01 Jan., car shipped from Geneva, Switzerland, to Grand Touring Cars, Inc., Glenview, IL. Transportation charges: 1,950-Sfr.

1973, shipped through New York and serviced by Alberto Pedretti, Modena Racing (later, Modena Sports Cars and then later Wide World of Cars) in New York. They replaced the clutch on arrival and sent it to GTC in Glenview, IL.

1973, 25 Apr., sold by Harley Cluxton, Grand Touring Cars, Inc., Glenview, Illinois to Dr. Tom Hibbeln, Danville, Illinois.

1974, April, back to Grand Touring Cars, Inc.,

1974, 19 Apr., sold to Josh Muss, owner of Centex Homes, Dallas, Texas.

1974, 27 Apr., offered for sale in Autoweek by Grand Touring Cars, Phoenix, AZ.

1992, 11 Feb., back to Harley Cluxton and offered for sale by Grand Touring Cars, Phoenix, AZ. Black/Black.

1992, February, sold to S. Robson "Rob" Walton, son of the founder of Wal–Mart, Bentonville, AR.

1995, January, as per S. Robson Walton, Bentonville, AR, purchased “years ago” from Harley Cluxton/ Grand Touring Cars. Described as “very original”.

1997, January, car traded as part of a multi–car deal to John Mozart, Palo Alto, CA.

2004, purchased by Peter Markowski and Craig Rosenfeld. Sold to Al Ritchie, Florida. Al Ritchie had Peter Markowski rebuild the engine at a cost of approximately $35,000.

2005, 20 Sept., offered by Autosport Designs:

Odometer: 1967 330 GTS, Black Black Black carpeting black top. 12,063 miles, original factory Geneva Auto Show car, older restoration, extremely good history of ownership. This 330 GTS is extremely well known, it has had several well known collector owners and has been well maintained throughout its life. It is 1 of 100 ever produced and thus will maintain its place in the market. This example is available for sale complete with original books, tools, factory jack and records.

2005, September, sold to current owner.

2009, 08 Mar., inspected, test driven and photographed by M. Sheehan.

2009, March on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

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.