The Ferrari 330 is a built 1962-1968 model family of the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari.
In particular, there was the models
- 330 America ( Series, Coupé )
- 330 GTC / GTS (Series, Coupé and Spyder )
- 330 GT 2 2 ( model series, Coupe)
- 330 TR / LM ( motor racing vehicle, prototype class )
- 330 LMB ( racing vehicle, prototype class )
- 330 P ( racing vehicle, prototype class )
All 330 were provided by the more developed and larger cylinder intervals, designed by Aurelio Lampredi V12 engine ( bore x stroke 77 x 71 mm Displacement 3967 cc ) driven.
America 330 (1963 /64)
When introduced in 1963 330 America, it was a 250 GTE with the four-liter engine. The transition model that emerged from the more than 50 copies, was replaced early 1964 by the 330 GT 2 2.
330 GT 2 2 ( 1964-1967 )
The 250 GT 2 2 was replaced in January 1964 by the 330 GT 2 2 with modified bodywork. New were the longer bow and stern parts, twin headlamps, a wider grille, KONI shock absorbers and the stretched wheelbase by 50 mm. The four-wheel disc brake received two separate circuits. Its four- liter engine produced about 220 kW ( 300 hp) at 7500 rpm.
The Series II of 1965 received a five-speed gearbox instead of the previously used four-speed unit with overdrive. Other changes included the return to single headlights, the use of alloy wheels and the introduction of a genuine Yamaha air conditioning and power steering available on request. Between the Series I and Series II, there had been an intermediate series with dual headlights, but the five-speed gearbox and the hanging pedals Series II.
From the Series I (including intermediate series) created 628 of the Series II 460 copies. The 330 GT 2 2 1967 was replaced by the 365 GT 2 2.
330 GTC / GTS ( 1966-1968 )
In the 330 GTC and 330 GTS it was virtually unchanged variants of the former 275 GTS with the engine of the 330 GT 2 2. From the 275 GTS, the chassis came on the short wheelbase of 2400 mm and the chassis with rear independent suspension.
What was new was the at the Geneva Motor Show presented 330 GTC as a two-seater notchback coupe version of the GTS with Pininfarina bodywork. At the Mondial de l'Automobile in 1966 was followed by the open 330 GTS. About 600 coupes and 100 Spyders were 365 GTC / GTS produces up to present the successor in 1968.
330 TRI / LM ( 1962)
For the new prototype racing with an engine capacity limit of four liters designed the Ferrari 330 TRI / LM. It was a TR 61, where a high-performance variant of the four-liter V12 was implanted from the Ferrari 400 Superamerica. Since the engine was longer than the three-liter of 250, the wheelbase of the car by around 100 mm to 2420 mm had to be stretched.
The four-liter engine developed in 330TR/LM, ventilated by six Weber carburettors 42DCN, 265 kW ( 360 hp) at 7800 rpm. The five-speed gearbox was on the rear axle.
His only work using experienced the single piece in 1962 in Le Mans, where he won with Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien; after which it was sold in the United States. Since 2007 he is in possession of the Argentine billionaire Gregorio Perez Companc.
330 LMB (1963 )
1963 developed for the prototype racing four 330 LMB called Berlinetten with the four-liter V12 in the race version on a wheelbase of 2500 mm. The front end of these cars resembled that of the Ferrari 250 GTO, roof and rear shown at the Ferrari 250 Lusso on some similarity. A typical feature of the 330 LMB were also the set on the rear fender scoops.
Was driven the 330 LMB by a 287 kW ( 390 hp) four-liter SOHC V12 ( bore x stroke 77 x 71 mm Displacement 3967 cc ) with single ignition and six Weber carburettors 42DCN. The four-speed transmission was flanged to the engine.
330P ( 1964-1967 )
At 330p it was a mid-engine prototype racing car, which was powered by a version of the four-liter V12. The 330P was the successor of 250/275P and was used in versions P, P2, P3 and P4.
- Godfrey Eaton: The Complete Ferrari. Cadogan Books, London, 1985, ISBN 0-947754-10-5, pp. 92f. , 131-135, 140-150, 163/164, 353f.
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