Ferrari Gran Turismo 1966-1969

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1966: Ferrari 330 GTC

This model slotted in between the 275 GTB Berlinetta, whose chassis it shared, and the more tranquil 330 2+2 Coupé, from which it inherited its 4-litre V12 engine. Presented at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, it was an instant success



Pininfarina’s extremely elegant bodywork took after the 500 Superfast at the front and the 275 GTS at the rear.

The 330 GTC remained in production until the end of 1968: 600 were built.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3967.44 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
221 kW @ 7000 RPM

TOP SPEED
242 km/h

1966: Ferrari 365 California

Presented at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, this was one of the most memorable interpretations of the Italian open sports car theme.



Pininfarina enclosed the sophisticated 4.4-litre V12 engine in a body of rare beauty, making it the benchmark in the high performance luxury sports car category.

The car’s high price and exclusive image meant it was destined for the most elite section of the market, and only 14 were built.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
235 kW @ 6600 RPM

TOP SPEED
245 km/h

1966: Ferrari 330 GTS

The sports car version of the 330 GTC, the GTS was presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 1966. It had the same V12 running gear as the 330 GTC coupé which, in turn, was developed from the engine designed for the 400 Superamerica.



Pininfarina again came up with a very clean, elegant design which proved an immediate hit with the marque’s admirers. The GTS helped Ferrari consolidate its reputation for building high-performance, luxury open sports cars.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3967.44 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
221 kW @ 7000 RPM

TOP SPEED
242 km/h

1966: Ferrari 275 GTB4

Presented at the 1966 Paris Motor Show, this was the first ‘production’ Ferrari to be fitted with the four overhead camshaft version of the V12, and was derived directly from the P2 prototype.



ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3285.72 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
221 kW @ 8000 RPM

TOP SPEED
268 km/h

1967: Ferrai Dino 206 GT

For Ferrari it was becoming imperative to increase sales and reduce production costs.



With the prototype of the Dino 196 S already in-house, there was an excellent opportunity to design a relatively small displacement, road-going version which, for the first time in Ferrari history, could be built on an assembly line.

Pininfarina came up with pretty, classic lines and the Fiat V6 was developed by Ferrari and engineered for transverse mounting amidships.

ENGINE
V6

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
1986.60 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
132 kW @ 8000 RPM

TOP SPEED
235 km/h

1967: Ferrari 365 GT 2+2

The 365 GT 2+2 was presented at the 1967 Paris Motor Show, and was heir to the 500 Superfast, upholding the traditions of the 250 GTE and 330 GT 2+2.



With its elegant, imposing lines, it was the first Ferrari to feature power steering and air conditioning as standard for the American market, as well as a spacious luggage compartment and two proper rear seats.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
235 kW @ 6600 RPM

TOP SPEED
245 km/h

1968: Ferrari 365 GTC

The design of the 365 GTC was basically similar to that of the last 330 GTCs built, the major difference being that the engine bay air inlets were now on the bonnet and no longer on the flanks.



There were more significant changes to the refined mechanics: the new, large V12 engine offered more generous torque at medium revs, greater flexibility and livelier acceleration.

Approximately two hundred were built.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
235 kW @ 6600 RPM

TOP SPEED
250 km/h

1968: Ferrari 365 GTB4

The evolution of the 275 GTB4 was a milestone in the history of extreme high-performance front-engined sports cars.
Many fans know it by its unofficial name of "Daytona".



Sleek and modern Pininfarina lines were matched by a development of the 4.4-litre V12 engine fed by six Weber twin-choke 40 mm carburettors, and the excellent weight distribution provided by the rear gearbox transaxle produced a car of rare balance which guaranteed a unique driving experience.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
259 kW @ 7500 RPM

TOP SPEED
280 km/h

1969: Ferrari Dino 246 GT

The Dino 246 GT was an evolution of the Dino 206 GT, with a larger V6 engine and a wheelbase lengthened by 60 mm. Apart from the longer body, the design was virtually identical, with just a longer engine cover and a repositioned fuel cap.



The car proved commercially very successful, and three series were produced during its life span.

When production stopped in 1973-4 demand was still high.

ENGINE
V6

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2419.20 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
143 kW @ 7600 RPM

TOP SPEED
235 km/h

1969: Ferrari 365 GTS4

he convertible version of the 365 GTB4 made its debut at the 1969 Frankfurt Motor Show. It was received enthusiastically by the public and the trade press alike, and retained the mechanical features and performance of the coupé, with a design that is still striking today.



ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
259 kW @ 7500 RPM

TOP SPEED
280 km/h

1969: Ferrari 365 GTS

Built between February and October 1969, the 365 GTS had the same refined mechanicals as the 365 GT 2+2 and the 365 GTC. Fed by three Weber carburettors, the 60° V12 was remarkably torquey and had huge reserves of power.



The rear-mounted five-speed gearbox contributed in distributing the weight evenly over the front and rear axles.

Air conditioning and wire wheels were available as options. Just 20 365 GTSs were built.

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