Buying or Selling a 1968 Ferrari GTC?
In 1968, Ferrari released two new Grand Turismo Coupes (GTC) to the public, which were both received warmly by the press and sports car enthusiasts. The first was the 330 GTC, which was followed later in the same year by the 365 GTC. Both models of 1968 Ferrari GTC were road-going sports cars made for speed and comfort. Their Pininfarina-designed body is a combination of style and elegance while their spacious and beautiful interior oozed luxury. The 330 GTC has a powertrain consisting of a front-mounted 300 hp, 4.0L Ferrari Colombo V-12 engine and a five-speed transmission system, which combine to give the car a top speed of 150 mph and an initial acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in 7 seconds. The 365 GTC had a more powerful 4.4L Ferrari Colombo V-12 engine that could deliver up to 320 hp, but the top speed and acceleration were the same. The Ferrari 330 GTC was acclaimed as the most elegant car built by Ferrari when it made its first appearance at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show. Of course, as the owner of a 1968 Ferrari GTC, these are some of the characteristics that you should share with potential buyers who may be interested in your classic Ferrari.
1968 Ferrari GTC Seller’s Guide
When you’re ready to sell your 1968 Ferrari GTC, be sure to list all the technical details and documentation you have. A lot of buyers shop online and compare examples before reaching out to the owner. Therefore, it is important to present a complete picture of your classic. A good set of professional pictures also will attract more buyers and increase your chances of getting the amount you want – whether your car is in mint-condition or in need of a complete restoration. Call Alex Manos and his team anytime for more seller’s tips. Their classic Ferrari experts are always happy to talk with other classic cars owners and enthusiasts. Moreover, they’re interested in your classic. A total of 600 Ferrari 330 GTCs were made in 1968 and a total of only 162 Ferrari 365 GTC models were made between 1968 and 1970 before the model was discontinued. This makes the 365 GTC quite desirable. The Alex Manos group is always looking to acquire new models for their inventory, and would be delighted to learn more about your particular example – no matter its condition or location.
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Reach out to the Alex Manos classic car dealership to get an offer on your 1968 Ferrari GTC. Should you example fit into their collection, you can count on a top dollar offer, payable in cash, on the spot. They can also arrange transportation from anywhere in the United States, including Alaska. Learn more by connecting today!