This is a very late-production European version with star Daytona-style alloy wheels. It was sold new in Milan and lived there several years before being imported to the US. It stayed in California for years before traveling to the Southeast where it’s been for the last decade.
Still in its original blu ribot, (the name of a famous ‘60s Italian race horse, BTW) which is a rarely-seen color that’s perfect for the car. It was repainted once years ago and recently touched up. Matching numbers and with a great file of history & records. These cars were the culmination of Ferrari’s popular 1960s 2+2 series, following the GTE and 330GT and have more interior room, a more-powerful 4.4-liter engine, power steering and a great-shifting 5-speed transmission; even A/C!
Comfortable, elegant and a pleasure to drive long distances—although rudely nick-named the “Queen Mother” in Road & Track’s period test, for its longish derriere. These are wonderful and under-appreciated Enzo-era Ferraris.