Cars We Sold

1967 Ferrari 330 GTC/Zagato Serial Number 10659


Lead photograph of 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC/Zagato Serial Number 10659


Make   Ferrari Model   330 GTC Zagato
Year   1967 Serial #   10659 GT
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   209/66 Chassis Type   592 C
Build Sequence #    Number Built   Last V–12 Zagato
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Zagato
First Owner   Buhrman Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   


Coachbuilt: #10659. 330 GTC Coupe speciale. Originally silver wwith black interior, later repainted red.


Coachbuilt: S/n 10659. 330 GTC Coupe speciale. Silver w/black interior, later repainted red. Original color was silver grey with red leather, then repainted red/black.

First owner: Luigi Chinetti Motors, Inc.

Then Mr. Gerald L. Buhrman, Jr., 3063 Geddes Ave., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104.

Then back to Chinetti Motors.

Then Robert V. Kennedy, Cambridge, Mass.

Then back to Chinetti Motors, U 360.

Then Gulf States Toyota, Mr. Galloway.

Then Donald C. McGraw Jr., New York, NY.

Shipped by Chinetti to Italy to Zagato to have a custom body built and fitted.

1974, March, shown at the Geneva motor show.

1974,Shown in Quattroroute Magazine, Italy. Owned by Robert Kennedy, Cambridge, Mass.

1990, sold to the Checkered Flag, Los Angeles.

1992, July, for sale by The Chequered Flag, Los Angeles, asking US $275,000.

1992, December, sold to current owner. The car only showed 8,710 Miles. Now shows 8,800 miles.

1996, 18 Aug., shown at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance.

See Cavallino #76, Aug/Sept., pg. 20–23, detailed article by Dyke Ridgley regarding the 330 GTC’s.

See Ferrari by Zagato by Michele Marchiano, pages 140 to 145.

See The Ferrari Legend, The Road Cars, by Antoine Prunet, page 338, (text) and 339, (photos).

See Cavallino 38, pages 19 to 23, detailed article by Marcel Massini re: the Zagato Ferraris.

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.