1966 Ferrari 330

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1965 Ferrari 330 GT
Coachwork by Motorima

Chassis No. 8109GT
(1965 330 GT)
Engine No. 6251GT
Tipo 209 (1965 330 GT)

Born a Left Hand Drive Configuration European Version

Built to 1961-Type Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa/61 Spyder Corsa
A Meticulous TR/61 "Shark Nose" Built on a 330GT Platform by Motorima of Sweden
Hand Crafted Aluminum Coachwork Utilizing Factory Drawings
History Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini
Chassis #8109 was displayed on Garage Francorchamps SA Brussels Motor Show Stand in 1966
Excellent Maintenance History Including Photo Documented Service (Over 300 Photos on file included)
2020 Engine Out Re-Seal and Service by DriverSource
Eligible for Worldwide Events Like Goodwood Festival of Speed, & Various Tours/Rallies
Homage to the Phil Hill 24 Hours of LeMans Winner and the Rodriguez brothers entry Chassis #0792 y #0794 (THE ONLY TWO TR/61's Built)

Included with 8109GT
Copies of Factory Build Sheets
Copies of Original Invoice and Factory Documents
Mechanical Restoration Photo File (300+ Photos)
Marcel Massini History Report
Suxtil Drivers Bag
Suxtil Driving Gloves
Pacto Helmet
Original Artwork by Wayne Huffaker
Original TR "Sharknose" Pedal Car, Built by MG Under License by Ferrari in 1961History

Chassis #8109GT was produced in September 1965 as a series II 330 GT. Delivery specifications: left-hand drive, European model with instruments in miles, optioned with power windows and Campagnolo steel wheels. Colors were Grigio Argento with Blue leather interior. Delivered new to Jacques Swaters' Garage Franchorchamps SA of Brussels, Belgium. Displayed by Garage Franchorchamps at their Brussels Motor Show stand in 1966. Then sold to a company named Installe & C. of Antwerp, Belgium. In the 1970's the car was exported from Belgium. Later advertised for sale by Roger Hartman of Florida in 1988. By 1990 the car was owned by Richard R. Cole of Santa Maria, CA who sold it in 1995 to Magnus Ahlqvist, owner of Motorima Coachbuilding Co. of Sweden.

In 1997 Motorima converted the 330GT to a 250 TR/61 Spider Corsa as homage to the Phil Hill 24 Hours of LeMans Winner and the Rodriguez brothers entry Chassis #0792 y #0794. Using the existing chassis, engine #6251 and a hand-built aluminum body utilizing factory drawings. In February 2008 the car was sold to Olav Medhus, owner of Autostrada Sport. Medhus campaigned the car in Norway with race #147. In 2010 Autostrada performed a complete engine out rebuild and mechanical overhaul which is photo documented with over 300 on file. A memory card of all restoration/service photos is included with the sale.

In 2014 the car was displayed at the Ferrari Club Annual Meet in The Netherlands before being sold to a collector in Houston, TX. Acquired in 2020 by the DriverSource Collection of Houston the TR61 would receive a major engine out service including a re-seal of the engine, rebuild of the radiator, cleaning of the carburetors, installation of Dynamat sound deadening, and dyno tuning. The seats and headrest received new upholstery and the entire car was detailed including a steam cleaning of the underside and engine compartment.

Engine Compression:


1. 170 PSI
2. 180 PSI
3. 180 PSI
4. 180 PSI
5. 180 PSI
6. 180 PSI
7. 175 PSI
8. 180 PSI
9. 175 PSI
10. 180 PSI
11. 170 PSI
12. 175 PSI

Leak Down Test %/Cylinder

1. 5%2. 5%
3. 5%
4. 5%
5. 5%
6. 5%
7. 5%
8. 5%
9. 5%
10. 5% 11. 5%
12. 5%

This truly unique work of art embodies the passion of Ferrari's racing heritage and will be well received at gatherings and vintage racing events around the globe.

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