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1967 330 GT 2+2 Series II

Not to steal anyone's elses listings of 330 GT from 1960's but here is a current listing of a '67, from the 2nd owner starting at $55k and BIN @ $62. SN FE9405

What I like is only two owners since 1971. Being sold by son Lake Villa IL

Nice combo except the dark interior for me.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-...item27b2ef72d9

Engine obviously needs some looking after, which could be as some of the rusting on side, and nose dent a cost factor that breaks the deal.

What's your take.
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Looks like she would require major resto. My take would be 30k at best. w/ smiles Jimmy
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Looks like she would require major resto. My take would be 30k at best. w/ smiles Jimmy

Well over that now, and if needing a major restoration then guessing it would be another 10k for engine stuff and 10k interior, and 10 exterior?

Hope it doesn't get butchered.

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Well over that now, and if needing a major restoration then guessing it would be another 10k for engine stuff and 10k interior, and 10 exterior?

Hope it doesn't get butchered.
The seller may very well get close to the sell now price. My guesstimate was based on the charges over here in the land of "sinking sun". Shops here would quote something like,...30k for engine stuff, 30k for top body/paint job, and 20 to 30k for interior redo. Thus, my original 30k or so for this car. All this not taking into considerations that the car would be in shop of two years or so. w/ smiles Jimmy
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It is a financial black hole from which you will never emerge whole.....unless you can do all the work yourself.
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I think Jimmy's $90k estimate is only the bottom end of the budget. Possibly you could get it done for that, but more likely the electrics will need to be redone, you will need new shocks, bushes will need to be replaced, etc etc.

My budget would be 100k Euro expecting to run over to 120k, possibly 150k if you're unlucky. To be fair, though, I would only restore to the very, very best standards.


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They have a thread on F-chat about this car, one guy say's $10,000 to put it right not counting the body work!!!!
Its sad but I think cars like this could be broken for spares in a few years, as the price of parts is going crazy, F-Uk are not going to replace stock of old parts anymore [ now they are nor concessionaries any more] not unless they are ones that go off the shelf quickly.
I have just bought a Barchetta 2002 and am having trouble getting parts for that and it's only 8 years old!! Mike who has been working on the Daytona wants a front and rear clip for a Dino and F-Uk have no more left and told him it would be a min. of 16 weeks and 20,000 each end!!!
In theory it should push the price of good cars up, but who knows?
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They have a thread on F-chat about this car, one guy say's $10,000 to put it right not counting the body work!!!!
Its sad but I think cars like this could be broken for spares in a few years, as the price of parts is going crazy, F-Uk are not going to replace stock of old parts anymore [ now they are nor concessionaries any more] not unless they are ones that go off the shelf quickly.
I have just bought a Barchetta 2002 and am having trouble getting parts for that and it's only 8 years old!! Mike who has been working on the Daytona wants a front and rear clip for a Dino and F-Uk have no more left and told him it would be a min. of 16 weeks and 20,000 each end!!!
In theory it should push the price of good cars up, but who knows?
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That is simply disgusting and pathetic. w/ smiles Jimmy
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Hey Grant, you try finding a door for a 360 Modena. Should be simple, right? 10,000 cars or so made? Well - it isn't. Ferrari can't supply them. My specialist ended up using an F430 door instead for a damaged 360... And this is just one example, there are many more. Spares are and always have been an issue with Ferraris. Their suppliers go bankrupt by the droves.

Congrats on the Barchetta, BTW.


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I have just bought a Barchetta 2002 and am having trouble getting parts for that and it's only 8 years old!!

Congrats on the 550 Barchetta.

Have to admit I am a bit jealous. Looked for one for a year but never could find the right car.
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This spare parts saga reminds me of the late 70's / early 80's. I couldn't drive my TR4A and leave it anywhere. On the few occasions I did, I'd come back to find parts missing. My Pop, who used to drive his TR4A to work every day had the boot lid sawed off right outside his back door!

It wasn't until demand for spares justified a company like Roadster Factory remanufacturing them that we got any relief.

I suspect Ferraris much lower production numbers make that more difficult economically, but do you see spares for them going the same way?
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