At the 1967 Brussels Salon, Pininfarina presented a special-bodied example of the 330 GTC Speciale, on chassis 09439 (job number 99670), destined for The Princess Liliane De Rethy, of which just four examples were eventually built. The Princess Liliane was no stranger to personalised Ferraris, as the special-bodied 330 GTC was her third, and her husband, King Leopold III of Belgium, was also a good Ferrari client. He owned two bespoke models – both cabriolets: a 342 America (chassis 0234AL) and a 375 MM (chassis 0488AM), equipped with a Plus series engine. The second example was built on chassis 09653 with Pininfarina job number 99676, and exhibited in March 1967 at the Geneva Salon, destined for Dr Michael de Bakey of Houston, Texas. Number three was chassis 10107, with Pininfarina job number 99686, for Maria Maddalena Da Lisca of Cortina d’Ampezzo in Italy. The final car in the series was chassis 10241, built on Pininfarina job number 99687, for Dr Franco Palma of Rome, Italy. The first two were finished in azzuro 19278M Italver with pelle nera Franzi interiors. The last two were painted in argento 25090A Italver, with chassis 10107 having a pelle nera Franzi interior, and chassis 10241 having a pelle blu Franzi interior.
There were other 330 GTC models constructed with individual special details. Amongst these was the prototype (chassis 06431), which has erroneously been reported as having been built on a 275 GTS frame (the build sheet indicates a type 592 chassis): it had a special instrument panel, door trim panels and rear luggage shelf. Chassis 08727 had pop-up driving lights in the nose panel, unique exterior trim and a special interior fitted for Battista Pininfarina. The greatest deviation from standard (apart from the four ‘Speciale’ models) was chassis 09571, which had pop-up driving lights in the upper nose panel, covered headlights, a full rear bumper assembly, special door handles and a one-off instrument panel with no speedometer.
The 365 GT 2+2 Coupé was presented at the 1967 Paris Salon to replace the 330 GT 2+2. Although the 365 GT 2+2 share the same wheel base as the 330 GT 2+2, it is wider, whith extended the overall length by more than 130 mm. Initially it is fitted with similar design 10-hole alloy wheels. Borrani wire wheels remains available as an option.
|1st||24h Daytona||#23||330 P3/4||Bandini/Amon|
|2nd||24h Daytona||#24||330 P4||Scarfiotti/Parkes|
|3rd||24h Daytona||#26||412 P||Rodriguez/Guichet|
|1st||1000km Monza||#3||330 P4||Bandini/Amon|
|2nd||1000km Monza||#4||330 P4||Scarfiotti/ Parkes|
|2nd||24h Le Mans||#21||330 P4||Scarfiotti/Parkes|
|3rd||24h Le Mans||#24||330 P4||Mairesse/Blaton|
12h Sebring ()
|Targa Florio entries: (14.05.1967)||Entrant:||Results:|
|72||275 GTB/C||9007||Marchesi / Ravetto||ret.||-||-|
|74||275 GTB||Hofer / Arutunoff||dns||-||-|
|74||250 GT||2701GT||Hofer / Arutunoff||ret.||-||-|
|122||275 GTB/4||"Ben Hur"/Starrabba||Pegaso||dns||-||-|
|124||275 GTB/4||09445||Blouin / Bungener||Filipinetti||dns||-||-|
|156||206 S||004||Klass / Casoni||acc.||-||-|
|186||206 S||018||Latteri / Capuano||NART||acc.||-||-|
|198||206 SP||0834||Venturi / Williams||Nettuno||4th||3rd 1.0-2.0||4th sport|
|220||412P||0848||Mueller / Guichet||Filipinetti||nc||-||-|
|232||250 LM||5905||Walter / Kocher||Tartaruga||dns||-||-|
|202||206 S||Arena / Nicodemi||dns||-||-|
|1000km Monza 25.04.1967||Entrant:||Results:|
|3||330 P4||0856||Bandini/ Amon||1st|
|4||330 P4||0858||Scarfiotti/ Parkes||2nd|
|7||412 P||0848||Mueller/ Vaccarella||4th|
|9||412 P||0844||Rodriguez/ Guichet||dnf|
|12||206 S||004||Williams/ Klass||dnf|
|14||206 S||Biscaldi/ Pianta||dns|
|18||206 S||016||Casoni/ Martini||dnf|
|19||206 S||030||Nicodemi/ Facetti||dns|
|21||206 S||022||Ravetto/ Starrabba||dnf|
|23||206 S||028||Pasotti/ Lualdi||dnf|
|40||250 LM||5845||Swanson/ Ennis||13th|
|41||250 LM||5905||Walter/ Ditzler||dnf|
|42||275 GTB/4||09445||Blouion/ Bungener||dnf|
|52||275 GTB||06785||Zimpfer/ Sudan||dnf|
|53||275 GTB||9035||Vestey/ Gaspar||14th|
|54||275 GTB||Benelli)/ Galli||15th|
|1000km Nürburgring 28.05.1967||Entrant:||Results:|
|2||206 S||004||Scarfiotti/ Klass||dns|
|34||206 S||026||Mueller/ Guichet||dns|
|63||250 LM||5905||Walter/ Ditzler||14th|
|65||250 GTO||4115GT||Lindermann/ Ramminger||dna|
|91||275 GTB||08457||Felder/ Lohstrater||dnf|
|92||275 GTB/C||09035||Vestey Gaspar||dnf|
|24h Le Mans 11.06.1967||Entrant:||Results:||Index|
|21||330 P4||0858||Scarfiotti/Parkes||2nd||1st prot.3.0-5.0||2nd||7th|
|24||330 P4||0856||Mairesse/Blaton||ENB||3rd||2nd prot.3.0-5.0||4th||8th|
|28||275 GTB||9079||Spoerry/Steinemann||Filipinetti||11th||1st GT||15th|
Siffert and Pipper took 2nd place at 12 Hours Reims in the Ferrari 365 P2.
206 S #030 (#19 Nicodemi/ Facetti) at Monza
206 S #028 (#34 Muller / Klass) at Sebring
206 S #028 (#34 Muller / Klass) at 12h Sebring
With styling very similar to that of the 330 P3, this model is powered by a V12 engine that has been radically redesigned by Franco Rocchi. The most obvious modification is the introduction of a three-valve cylinder head – two inlet and one exhaust. Fuel feed is provided by a Lucas injection system. The chassis is slightly shorter than the 330 P3’s, and the new suspension system improves roadholding.
The winner of 24h Daytona.
1000km Monza (25.04.1967)
330 P4 #0856 (#3 Bandini/ Amon) - 1st
Targa Florio. Nino Vaccarella and Lodovico Sarfiotti (Ferrari SEFAC).
2nd at 24 Hours Le Mans: Mike Parkes with Ludovico Scarfiotti, Ferrari 330 P4 (# 0846).
The 412 P is also known as the P3/4, and is used by Ferrari’s privateer teams: NART, Scuderia Filippinetti, Ecurie Francorchamps and Maranello Concessionaires. The cars are basically P3 prototypes from the 1966 season but with the P4’s bodywork, suspension and alloy wheels. The two-valve per cylinder 4-litre V12 engine is also carried over from the previous year, but with Weber carburettors in place of the injection system.
Targa Florio. Herbert Muller and Jean Guichet (Filipinetti).
Ferrari 412 P, chassis #0854 (Richard Attwood / Piers Courage) by Maranello Concessionaires at 24h Le Mans.
Ferrari 412 P, chassis #0848 (Jean Guichet / Herbert Müller) by Scuderia Filipinetti at 24h Le Mans.
When sports car races were organised on the Canadian and American tracks in 1966, Chinetti asked Ferrari to come up with a suitable car. A P3/4 series chassis mounted with a slightly larger engine than the original four-litre was selected for the role, and the car hit the tracks during the 1967 season.
Chris Amon in SEFAC's Ferrari 350 during qualifying for Can-Am, Riverside.
Formula 1 Victories:
3rd GP Monaco 312 (#20 Amon)
3rd GP Belgium 312 (#1 Amon)
3rd GP Great Britain 312 (#8 Amon)
3rd GP Germany 312 (#8 Amon)
Modified 312-67 has four-valve-per-cylinder engine heads. The car made its debut at Monza.
Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Lorenzo Bandini.
Formula 1 Entries:
GP Monaco (07.05.1967)
312 #18 Bandini
312 #20 Amon
GP Holland (04.06.1967)
312 #3 Amon
312 #4 Parkes
312 #22 Scarfiotti
GP Belgium (18.06.1967)
312 #1 Amon
312 #2 Scarfiotti
312 #3 Parkes
GP France (02.07.1967)
312 #2 Amon
GP Great Britain (15.07.1967)
312 #8 Amon
GP Germany (06.08.1967)
312 #8 Amon
GP Canada (27.08.1967)
GP Italy (10.09.1967)
312 #2 Amon
GP USA (01.10.1967)
312 #9 Amon
GP Mexico (22.10.1967)
312 #9 Amon
312 #12 Williams
Belgian GP, Spa : Mike Parkes, Ferrari 312.
Belgian GP, Spa : Chris Amon, Ferrari 312.
Dutch GP, Zandvoort : Chris Amon, Ferrari 312/V12 #3, Scuderia Ferrari, 4th.