1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Prototype
This is the prototype for the 330 GTC series of cars. It was originally built on a 275 GTS chassis and may have well had a 275 motor prior to a 330 engine being installed. The original 330 type 209 engine in the car was a 4-mount block design as all 275 GTS chassis use the 4-mount engine. The car originally had an open driveshaft and corresponding transaxle mounted at two points in front and hung from one point at the rear. Eno Ferrari was a consistent user of this car as it was not released by the factory until November 1966. At the end of its useful life at the factory chassis 6431 was revised to mechanically become a standard 300 GTC. 6431 is a very unique Ferrari. It has literally dozens of special feature not found on regular production 330 GTC. Restored in 1998/9 this prototype 330 GTC is truly one of the great road going Ferrari cars built in the 1960's.