S/n 9939 exemplifies the wonderful balance embodied in the 330 GTC model, showcasing understated elegance and a magical wheelbase so familiar to the aficionado of Enzo-era performance. Matching numbers and Ferrari Classiche certified
330 GTC s/n 9939 was the 243rd of only 598 330 GTCs, delivered new in May, 1967 to M. G. Crepaldi Automobili s.a.s. Milano, the Authorized Ferrari dealer for Milano, and then sold to Guiseppe “Beppe” Lucchini, of Brecia, Italy, a founder of the Mille Miglia Historica and the Chairman of the family’s large steel group, plus six other companies that form the blue chips of the Italian stock market. Beppe was also the principal of the Scuderia Italia and the Minardi F1 teams in 1991 to 1996. 330 GTC s/n 9939 came to the US and in 1979 was offered by Cunningham BMW in Orange County before coming back to southern California in 2008. The car was sold to Shervin Mateen of Bel Air, California in January of 2012.
In 2014 s/n 9939 was serviced by Gran Tourismo of Los Angeles. The transaxle was overhauled, a new clutch slave cylinder was fitted, the rear brake calipers were rebuilt, new plugs were installed and the fuel and coolant hoses were replaced. The total invoice was $8,696.09. In March of 2016 the car was treated to an engine-out service by Ferrari of Beverly Hills who installed a new clutch and pressure plate, replaced both motor mounts and sublet the starter motor for rebuild as part of a detailed Classiche inspection and certification, the total invoice was $16,955.07. The Classiche Red Book was issued and invoiced in July of 2016, the invoice was $7,440.00. Under the current ownership, new bushings, new wiring, plugs, water pump seals, and interior work has been completed to further up the level of discourse this lovely Ferrari has with the road and those behind the wheel. Today, 330 GTC s/n 9939 has 108254 KM (roughly 65000 miles) over 52 years.
Today, s/n 9939 is a show or drive Enzo-era Ferrari, nice enough to display with confidence at weekend Ferrari events yet with the right patina to make driving worry free and enjoyable. The body is very straight as the black paint displays the lines of the car as well as any color on this model can, with nice bright work, very good trim and nice glass. The Campagnolo wheels, original to the car, present very nicely with a correct finish. All lights, lenses and emblems are in very good to excellent condition with excellent finish. The overall presentation of s/n 9939. The interior leather presents very well with very good fit and finish on the door panels and headliner, as well as the top of the dashboard and the center console, finished off with excellent carpets and period correct competition seat belts. The instruments are in very good condition with solid numbers and dark dial faces, matching well with the general high quality of the interior.