FERRARI 330 GTC As-Built Configuration and Judging Notes

FERRARI 330 GTC As-Built Configuration and Judging Notes Manual
Publication Version 5.0, December 2016
IAC/PFA PERSPECTIVE ON THE 330 GTC MANUAL AND ITS USE
FERRARI DATA RESOURCES
There are many good reference documents for Ferrari automobiles. These include:
-Historical photos prior to delivery from Ferrari and/or the body makers for publicity, brochures, etc.
-Historical photos during and after production, upon or shortly after delivery.
-Build sheets, orders, letters between Ferrari or dealers and buyers regarding specific requests or
characteristics desired to be delivered or changed after delivery.
-Photos from Salons and races that show the specific configuration of an automobile at a specific known point
in time.
-In period magazine or other printed articles and road tests of recently delivered or soon to be delivered cars.
-Service records, correspondence, etc. that identifies a specific Ferrari by s/n.
-Books and articles that are highly regarded within the community.
THE 330 GTC MANUAL
The 330 GTC As-Built Configuration and Judging Notes Manual is a work in progress effort to collect and
organize historical and anecdotal documentation on the 330 GTC cars. The manual represents what the
manual editor and a number of other Ferrari experts deem to be representative of original and authentic
detail and should be treated as a valuable reference by restores, car owners and judges.
Everyone is encouraged to come forward with historical photos and other evidence that amplifies this
material and/or documents detail that differs from that in the manual as we know that there are many
different authentic treatments of various details on Ferrari automobiles even within the same series. And,
what was actually delivered to customers might have been different than the early photos and diagrams that
appeared in the manuals that were often published prior to series production. In this way, we can improve
our collective knowledge of the originality and authenticity of the 330 GTC series.
All 330 GTCs were not built with the same parts and assemblies over the production period. The manual is a
guideline only that documents the differences as understood at the time of publication of this manual version,
but should not be considered as complete in identifying every build option. It is anticipated that newly
discovered parts, assemblies, and configurations will be identified over time as additional research is
undertaken. Also, configurations documented in this version of the manual may be challenged as incorrect or
missing. The manual identifies in RED font items that are in question as to originality and are in the process of
additional research to resolve the question at the time of this publication. These questions will be reviewed
for resolution by a team of IAC/PFA members and IAC/PFA judges knowledgeable about the original build
configuration of 330 GTC cars. The manual editor will update the manual with the resolution decision.
To the best of our knowledge, the pictures are royalty and copy right free.
The IAC/PFA also encourages others to undertake similar efforts for other Ferrari series.
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JUDGING NOTES AND THE USE 0F THE AS-BUILT MANUAL
As promulgated by the IAC/PFA, concourse judging notes are based on the originality of the car as it left the
factory and the condition of the car. This manual describes the primary items believed to be original to the
manufactured “As-Built configuration” of the 330 GTC and should be verified to be present when the car is
being judged. These items should also be judged for condition and how well the items have been maintained.
The IAC/PFA judging score sheets define the appropriate suggested point deductions for items that are
missing, not correct, of degraded condition, abnormal operation, or lack of maintenance in three areas:
EXTERIOR, INTERIOR, and ENGINE AND CHASSIS.
It is possible that a car may have been built with variations of the items as described in the manual. Such items
must be given special consideration during judging for future resolution. When in doubt about a specific item
being of original configuration and/or finish, the owner should be asked for documentation to support the
item in question. If the owner does not have appropriate documentation, the judges for this car should confer
with other judges if possible to make a decision on the item. If a clear and positive decision cannot be reached
by the judges about the item, a notation about the item should be made on the judging score sheet. No
deduction should be made for this item. The judges should report this incident to the Chief Judge for the
event, to the owner in the Class judge’s feedback on the score sheet form, and to the 330 GTC manual editor
for further research and resolution.
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Ferrari 330 GTC
As-Built Configuration and Judging Notes Manual
S/N 10425
A Guide As To How 330 GTC Cars Were Originally Built
For Ferrari Restorers, Concours Judges, and Car Owners
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
330 GTC Exterior
330 GTC Interior
330 GTC Engine and Chassis
On Going Production Changes
330 GTC Part &Assembly Finishes - 330 GTC Ferrari Spare Parts Catalog
Factory Build Sheet example
Contributors to the Ferrari 330 GTC As-Built Configuration Manual
How to submit comments, questions, additions or corrections
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Pages 5 to 25
Pages 27 to 49
Pages 51 to 73
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Pages 76 to 83
Pages 84 to 92
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INTRODUCTION
The goal of the Ferrari 330 GTC Manual is to describe with pictures and documentation how 330 GTC cars
were built when they left the factory from 1966 through 1968. The manual can be used as a reference by car
restorers, concours judges, and car owners as a guide to minimize the differences in understanding on how the
cars were originally built. The manual identifies 330 GTC most significant ONGOING PRODUCTION
changes throughout the life of 330 GTC production.
330 GTC SERIAL NUMBER HISTORY
330 GTC Serial Numbers are:
PROTOTYPE 6431,
FIRST PRODUCTION in 1966 was 8329
1967 production started with 9535.
1968 production started with 10809.
LAST PRODUCTION was 11613.
330 GTC cars that were produced with modifications not included in this document:
Serial numbers 8529, 8727, 8753,9439,9487, 9571, 9653, 9815, 10107, 10241, 0571, 10581, and 10639.
Car serial numbers 9439,9653, 10107, and 10241 had complete special bodies. All other serial numbers had standard
bodies with Special Fittings. Serial number 6431 was a prototype for Mr. Ferrari.
330 GTC Special S/N 9751
330 GTC Special S/N 10107
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330 GTC Special S/N 8753
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THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBES THE PRIMARY ITEMS TO DEFINE THE “AS-BUILT
CONFIGURATION” OF A 330 GTC
330 GTC EXTERIOR
1) 330 GTC images
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2) The wheels should be 14 inch Borrani RW4039 chrome wire wheels with round-ended 3-eared chrome
spinners or 14 inch 10-hole cast alloy Campagnolo wheels with square-ended 3-eared chrome spinners. Cars
with Borrani wire wheels may have a 3-eared chrome angled spinner with a Borrani or Cavallino logo in the
middle of the spinner. The Borrani wheel should have a Borrani sticker on the hub opposite the tire valve with
the hand pointing towards the tire valve. NOTE: Original square-ended spinners have an indentation on the
back side of the ears. Reproduction spinners are solid and do not have indentation. The correct valve stem is
just the rubber stem of the inner tube with a metal or black plastic cap. 330 GTC cars were not delivered with
metal valve stem protectors.
Original tire sizes were Dunlop 205 HR 14 or Pirelli 210 x 14 HS as defined in the owner’s manual, but are out
of current production. The Michelin tire 205 VR 14 and Pirelli 205 VR 14 are acceptable as a current tire
replacement.
3) The front grill surround chrome should have 6 Phillips oval head chrome machine screws retaining the grill.
The head of the Phillips screw is extra-large (12 mm) and should cover the counter sink opening in the grill
surround. There should be a black rubber molding covering the entire edge of the oval grill and a chrome
Cavallino Rampante mounted in the center of the grill.
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4) There should be wire screens covering the air inlets behind the grill on the right and left side of the grill.
Left side of grill
Right side of grill
Method for mounting the wire screens
5) Two Fiamm air horn trumpets, one high tone and one lower tone, finished in several different colors, should
be mounted in front of the radiator or air conditioner condenser. The horns are connected to the Fiamm air
pump thru red tubing and a plastic Y connector to route the tubing to the two horns. The trumpets could be
painted candy apple red, silver, silver hammer tone, or bright blue. The picture on the right shows a tie on the
air horn hose on an unrestored car. It is not known if all cars were produced with this tie, so there should not
be a deduction if this item is missing.
Unrestored car showing air horn tie S/N10767
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6) The Fiamm horn air pump should be mounted inside a round plastic housing finished in satin black paint,
mounted on the passenger side behind the grill. The air pump body is painted black crinkle on early models
and silver hammer tone on later models.
Fiamm air horn pump inside plastic can
7) There should be two Lucas square-bodied fan motors finished in hammer tone silver green paint with 3 bladed
aluminum fan blades. The fan blades are either painted aluminum or satin black so they will not corrode. It is
believed that the most common finish is aluminum but original cars were found with both finishes.
Square bodied Lucas fan motor
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Picture in owner’s manual
8) Two Carello chrome front turn signal/running lights are mounted under the front bumpers and held in place
by two chrome straight slot Truss head machine screws. There should be a molded black rubber boot
mounted on top of the light fixture that covers the wires into the light fixture. There should be a spacer
between the front fender and the bumper to keep the bumper mounting bracket from contacting the fender.
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Molded rubber boot on top of turn signal light fixture
Spacer between bumper and fender
9) There should be 2 windshield washers with rounded tops mounted in front of the windshield.
Two different styles
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10) There should be a fiber glass pan painted satin black mounted under the car body to protect the radiator from
road damage. It is held in place at the back end of the pan by two black oxide 6 mm bolts (10 mm across flats)
and washers and in the front of the pan by four black oxide 6 mm bolts, washers and nuts.
There were several different designs to cool the engine oil. Cars up to around 8843 did not have an oil cooler.
Car serial numbers around 9893 and earlier may have had a single external engine oil cooler in front of the
radiator electric fans. Cars produced up thru serial number around 10100 may have had twin engine oil coolers
in the same location. Cars produced around 10100 and later had the engine oil cooler integrated into the lower
part of the radiator. NEED PICTURES OF SINGLE ENGINE OIL COOLER. The third picture shows an unrestored car
that had rubber covered tab wiring loom keepers in the nose of the car. It is not known if all cars were produced
with these keepers so there should not be a deduction if this item is missing.
Pan to protect radiator
2 external engine oil coolers (fan motors and black
round item in picture are not correct)
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Restored car showing 2 engine oil coolers
Unrestored car that had rubber covered metal tab
wire loom keepers behind grill. S/N10767
11) The radiator expansion tank should be mounted behind the lower grill area, painted satin black with a 2-eared
CAD .9 BAR pressure radiator cap. The overflow hose should be a black ribbed rubber hose coming from the
top of the radiator overflow pipe and the drain hose from the expansion tank. Both hoses on the expansion
tank are retained by 5 mm Copiglia band clamps.
Ribbed rubber hoses and Copiglia clamps
Radiator overflow tank
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12) The exhaust systems could have been made by Ceretto, Galetti, or Spacem, as defined in the car build sheets.
The pictures below are reproduction Ceretto chrome exhaust tips with Ceretto logo stickers on the inside and
outside of each tip pair. The Ceretto logo may not have been placed on every system so no deduction should
be made if they are missing. Exhaust pipe finish may be painted satin black or unpainted steel. The owner
should show the cars build sheet to confirm the correct exhaust system on the car (330 GTC cars were not
originally built with ANSA exhaust systems; ANSA systems were introduced with the beginning of 365 Daytona
car production). The IAC/PFA has specified a ½ point deduction for 330 GTC cars with ANSA exhaust tips.
Ceretto sticker on exhaust tip
Ceretto exhaust tips
Original car showing unpainted steel exhaust system
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Original unpainted steel exhaust system
Original exhaust tip with Ceretto decal
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13) There should be two exhaust hangers at each mounting point on the exhaust system. The Lobo bolts, washers,
and nuts can be either black oxide or CAD finish. One aluminum spacer should be placed on each side of the
exhaust hanger at the top and bottom of the hanger. The exhaust hanger should have solid rivet fasteners
attaching the bracket to the rubber piece, not pop rivets.
One spacer on each side of the exhaust bracket
Riveted exhaust hanger and aluminum spacers
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14) The exhaust pipe clamps should be U shaped with a single bolt for tightening. The clamps should be painted
black to match the exhaust system.
15) The rubber molding on the pinch weld under the trunk should have very fine rubber ridges (approximately 35
ridges on the molding). This molding is terminated on each end with a .55-inch-wide stainless steel U shaped
clamp held in place with one Phillips 2.9 mm flat head sheet metal screw. Some cars may have been built with
a 2.9 mm Pan Head Phillips sheet metal screw.
From unrestored car showing Flat Head Phillips screw
and ribbed rubber molding
Unrestored car showing Pan Head Phillips screw
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16) There should be a black plastic spacer mounted between the rear bumper mounting bracket and rear fender
to keep the bumper mounting bracket from contacting the fender.
Spacer between bumper and fender
Spacer between bumper and fender
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17)
The steel trim piece running from the front wheel well to the back wheel well, mounted below the
doors, should be painted satin black. This steel trim piece is held in place with Phillips flat head screws
painted satin black. There is a chrome strip mounted above this trim piece running from the front to the
back wheel well. The most common Pininfarina badge has a brushed chrome background with
Pininfarina shown in fine black font, inserted into a cast metal satin finished chrome plated backing
plate. Optionally, the background was left in a brushed or dull brass finish. There should be a Pininfarina
logo mounted above the Pininfarina badge
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18) There should be a specially shaped black rubber seal piece at the bottom of the windshield pillar held in place
to the body by 4 3/32 pop rivets with flat washers visible under the pop rivet.
Specially shaped rubber seal
3/32 pop rivets and flat washer
Unrestored car showing rubber seal and pop rivet
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19) The air vent hole behind each rear side window should have a chrome trim ring around the hole and the inside
of the hole should be painted body color.
20) There should be two Carello backup lights with chrome bodies mounted under each rear bumper and held in
place with two large chrome straight slot Truss head machine screws.
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21) The rear running light and brake light lens mounted in the chrome bezel should be held in place by 2 chrome
Phillips cheese head machine screws. The tail light lens is made by Altissimo and is red for both brake/running
light and the turn signal light. The reflector lens is made by Carello. European cars have an amber tail light
lens for turn signal and red lens for brake and running light.
Carello reflector lens
European tail light lens is amber and red
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22) The license plate mounting bracket should be painted body color. The chrome license plate light is made by
Carello and should have a small lip to reflect the light onto the license plate
Bracket behind license plate holder painted body color
23) There should be Altissimo side marker lights with amber lenses mounted on the side of each front fender. The
left side and right side markers are identical, so the Altissimo name is upside down on the right fender. The
picture with 2 lenses shows an original lens on the bottom and a reproduction lens on the top. The
reproduction lens has an embossed E8 inside a circle and the flutes are coarser (No deduction for this item)
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24) There should be a round cover over the fuel filler inlet ring with an embossed Cavallino Rampante painted
black in the center of the cover. The Cavallino in reproduction covers was not embossed so it was smooth to
the touch and painted black. The cover is released by the control knob on the rear parcel shelf. The fuel filler
tube and cover are mounted with 7 mm (across the flats) hex head bolts and star and flat washers. The inside
of the fuel filler area should be painted satin black independent of the color of the car. There should be a
chrome ring around the top of the fuel filler opening retained with small Phillips head screws.
Bolts and washers to mount fuel filler tube
Unrestored car (white body) showing black satin paint,
hex bolts, star and flat washers. S/N10767
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25) There should be 2 chrome badges on the trunk lid, Ferrari and 330.
26) There should be 2 drain tubes under the trunk area in back of the left side and the right side rear wheels. One
tube is for fuel overflow and one tube is for a water drain from the air vent hole behind the rear quarter
window.
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27) If the 330 GTC was delivered in the USA, there should be a license plate bracket on the front valence. It is
mounted with four 6 mm Phillips head screws. (Additional research is required to determine if this bracket
was delivered with the car or a dealer installed option, and if all 330 GTC cars had this bracket. Resolution
pending, no deduction for this item)
License plate bracket mounting holes
Chromed license plate bracket
28) GENERAL EXTERIOR OBSERVATIONS - Observe the condition of the paint, body panels, door, hood, and trunk
fit, plastic light lenses, chrome around the windows, window frame welting, lights, grill, bumpers, side fender
vents, and the rubber seals around the glass. No deductions should be made for minor stone chips in the
paint on the front nose.
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330 GTC INTERIOR
1) The head liner and all trim pieces above window level, except the door and windshield pillars, should be cream
colored vinyl (naugahyde). The head liner should be pleated. An interior dome light and a clothes hook should
be mounted above both the passenger and the driver’s doors. NOTE: The entry grab handle is located ONLY
over the passenger door. These items are held in place by 2.9 mm oval head Phillips screws with bright finish
trim washers. The sun visors above the driver and passenger seats should match the color of the head liner.
The sun visors are heat sealed along the edge, not sewn. There should be a vanity mirror behind the passenger
side sun visor.
Vanity mirror on passenger side sun visor only
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2)
A white rubber tip should cover the end of each sun visor arm. (Black rubber tips were not original to the car.)
The rearview mirror should have a plastic lever on the bottom to flip from day to night vision. The mirror
mounting technique was different for early cars from later cars. The mounting bracket should be chromed and
the mirror housing should be polished aluminum.
White rubber tip on sun visor arm
The mirror was mounted thru a slit in the fabric.
Mirror had a lever to flip from day to night driving.
The mirror was mounted on the fabric in early cars 8833
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Mirror mounting bracket was chromed
Mirror housing was polished aluminum
3) The rear parcel shelf should be covered in black vinyl. The knob on the gas cap release lever located on the left
side of the rear parcel shelf should be a dark plastic fan shaped knob with a surround bezel. The rear parcel
shelf speakers (if a radio is installed) should be mounted under the shelf with a 5-inch x 5-inch square area of a
16 x 15 punched hole pattern to vent the speaker. The punched holes should be present with or without a radio
installation.
Gas cap opening lever
Black satin bezel around lever shaft
Speaker grill hole pattern
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4) The choke pull lever is located under the steering column with a dark plastic fan shaped knob on the end of the
lever. This knob is identical to the gas lever release knob. Some cars may have a white letter C engraved on the
knob. There should be a black Vinyl panel covering the area under the steering wheel.
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5)
Early production cars had a rubber molding piece on the front edge of the door running from the top to the
bottom of the door, held in place with a metal clip and pop rivets. Later production cars had a chrome trim
piece on the front edge of the door running from the top to the bottom of the door. The door panels and
armrests are normally covered in vinyl but leather could be special ordered. There should be a round ribbed
control knob to open and close the door vent window. There should be a special molded rubber pieces that
covers the area where the front and rear window frame meets the door. The rubber moldings are held in place
with pop rivets.
Early cars had a rubber molding and metal clip
Later cars had chrome molding
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Unrestored car, molded rubber pieces where the front and rear of the window frame meets the door.
6) There should be a chrome threshold strip located on the bottom of the door sill held in place by chrome oval
head Phillips screws and a chrome trim piece on the inside of the door sill with hidden mounting screws. The
door sill should be covered with vinyl material. The door catch is held in place by two nickel plated flat, Allen
head machine screws.
Threshold oval head Phillips mounting screw
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Unrestored car door striker mounting
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7) There should be a rubber door alignment buffer mounted on the back side of the door held in place with flat
head Phillips screws. There should be a door alignment buffer receiver mounted on the door pillar held in
place with Phillips flat head screws. There should be a round rubber bumper on the front of the door that
depresses the button switch mounted on the front door pillar that controls on or off of the interior dome lights.
There should be a rubber weather seal that runs along the bottom of the door.
Rubber bumper which presses on door pillar mounted
dome light switch
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Rubber weather seal on bottom of door
8) The driver and passenger seat should be leather with a slight sheen finish. There should be 9 pleats in the
bottom and back of the seat with a tuck in the leather in the seat and the back. There should be a rubber seat
back rest stop for the seat back to rest on when seat back is in the upright position, held in place with pop
rivets painted black. The shape of the rubber rest stop may vary. There should be an aluminum ribbed foil on
the seat below the seat bottom, held in place by a chrome U shaped molding at the top.
Seat back rest stop
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Foil on outside of seat bottom
9) The rubber heel mat on driver and passenger carpets should be black with a small basket weave pattern and
stitched along the perimeter into the carpet. The exact shape of the mats may vary from car to car. The carpet
material should be a lowcut pile wool carpet with vinyl binding.
Drivers side floor mat
Passenger side floor mat
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Correct basket weave pattern for mats
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10) The shift lever should be chrome and the shift knob should be black plastic with indents to fit the fingers.
There should be a chrome plated counter nut below the shift knob. The shift gate is retained with straight
slotted oval head screws. The shift rod from the front shift lever to the rear transaxle should be painted satin
black going through a rubber boot to the transaxle.
Shift rod from shift lever to the rear transaxle
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11) There should be a parcel shelf under the passenger side dash covered with black vinyl and a directional air vent
in both the passenger and drivers side foot well. The basket weave heel matt on the passenger’s side should
only be positioned on the floor, not on the firewall part of the foot well.
Passenger side parcel shelf
Air vent in foot well on passenger and driver sides.
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12) There should be two leather luggage straps attached to the rear parcel shelf and seat bottom with chrome
stirrups. The straps are black leather on the front side of the strap and a tan color on the back side. The straps
should be black and tan independent of the interior leather colors. The belt buckles should be nickel plated, not
chrome plated.
13) The foot rest, clutch, brake, and accelerator pedals should have a horizontal or vertical, ribbed rubber pad.
There should be a stainless steel or polished aluminum shield beside the gas pedal held in place with oval head
Phillips screws. The pedal arms should be finished in satin black paint.
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14) The rear air vent control should have a ball shaped knob. The area around the vent control may be either glued
or stitched.
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15) The wood dash should have a satin finish. The top and underside of the dash should be covered with black
vinyl material. Vent controls should have a blue dot at the top of the chrome bezel and a red dot at the bottom.
The ash tray should have a pair of crossed flags. One flag has the Ferrari Cavallino Rampante and the other flag
is a Pininfarina logo. The inside of the ash tray is shown. If there is not a radio in the car, there should be a
Pinin farina badge located in the radio position. The center console should be covered with black vinyl material.
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Window switches are made by Ducellier.
pinin farina badge in place of radio
16) The trunk carpet should be black with a tight square-weave pattern with black vinyl binding. The cover over the
trunk latch mechanism is covered with black vinyl. There may be different configurations of the cover.
Trunk carpet, tight small square-weave
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17) The trunk hinges and metal frame work should be painted satin black. The lining material under the trunk lid
should match the material of the trunk mat. There should be a push button switch located under the left hinge
to turn the trunk light on when the trunk is opened
18) The back side of the rear tails lights inside of the trunk should have a black plastic cover held in place by two
chromed acorn nuts, rubber washers and flat washers. There should be trim pieces on each side of the trunk
area with the same fabric as the trunk mat with a vinyl binding. All of the screws holding the fabric in place are
Phillips head.
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19) There should be a spare tire located in the trunk with a wheel and tire that match the wheels and tires on the
car unless the tire is an original tire. There is a Masonite-like material painted satin black covering the spare
tire. The spare tire is held in place by a large chrome ring with a T- handled bolt going thru the ring into the
trunk floor. There should be two aluminum fuel tanks in the bottom of the trunk area, one located on each
side of the trunk. The tanks were covered with fiberglass and they were painted turquoise on early
production cars and black on later production cars.
Masonite board covering spare tire
Early production cars with turquoise tanks
Later production cars with black tanks
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20) There should be an emergency window crank and an access hole in the door panel to operate the window
mechanism. The crank is used when the electric window mechanism fails. The emergency crank should be
stored in the glove box.
Emergency window crank
Access hole in door panel for emergency crank
21) There should be an aluminum fixture trunk light mounted on the trunk lid with a translucent ribbed glass lens
covering the bulb.
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22) The Vernicatura label on the inside bottom of the trunk lid identifies the body paint color. The paint color may
be hand written.
23) The trunk latch catch should be CAD, mounted with 2 black oxide or CAD Lobo bolts. The 3 (only 2 are visible)
small nuts holding the Ferrari 330 GTC name plate on the trunk should be brass.
Unrestored car trunk latch with CAD Lobo bolts
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24) There should be tool bags (1 or 2 bags) with period correct tools. The buckles on the bag straps should be CAD,
not chrome. The items in the tool bag varied over time and there was not a consistent set of tools throughout
330 GTC production run. For example, early cars may have had 7 wrenches while later cars had only 2
wrenches. There should also be a Manuals Pouch with an Owner’s Manual and Parts Book Manual as a
minimum.
Two Bag Tool Option (tool bag and Jack bag)
Later production Jack Bag
Later production Tool Bag/tools
Single tool bag shown in Owner’s manual
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Battaini jacks are correct for the 330 GTC. The most common jack for a 330 GTC was painted yellow. Some
cars were delivered with blue jacks.
Owners pouch and books
25) GENERAL INTERIOR OBSERVATIONS - Observe the condition of all interior carpets, head liner, door panels,
center console, instruments, dash, seats, pedals, and controls. If the speedometer is in MPH, all instruments
should match. If the speedometer is in Kilometers KPH, it is a European car. All instruments should match
either US or European configuration. European rear tail lights should have amber turn indicators.
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330 GTC ENGINE and CHASSIS
1) The cam covers and exhaust heat shield should be black crinkle paint. The Ferrari name should be the
same color and texture. Exhaust heat shields should be secured with black oxide Lobo bolts and washers.
2) The throttle shaft bell crank actuating assembly should be black oxide.
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3) The four nuts and wave washers mounting the carburetor to the manifold should be black oxide.
The nuts are special Weber pieces that are 12mm across the flats.
Cars produced up to around serial number 9600 used Weber 40 DCZ 6 carburetors. Cars produced around 9600
and later used Weber 40 DFI 2 carburetors.
4) There should be a solid wire connecting the carburetor choke mechanisms on the left side of the carburetors.
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5) The engine cam and timing chain covers should be retained by CAD acorn nuts with black oxide wave
washers.
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6) The engine coolant temperature sensor should be covered with a black rubber boot.
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7) The filter breather hoses with PVC blow-by systems as shown should be semi clear or green Polyurethane
tubing retained with black oxide Corbin spring clamps. As the tubing ages, it may turn a darker shade from
oil vapors and engine heat. Early production cars may have been delivered without the PVC system.
Black oxide Corbin spring clamps on breather hose.
8) Cheney clamps should be used for all hoses except for the heater hose, radiator overflow hose, filter
breather hose, and the hydraulic hoses from brake and clutch master cylinders.
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9) The hose clamps on water heater hoses should be 9 mm wide Copiglia band clamps. There should be a
heater cutoff valve located below this hose junction.
9 mm Copiglia clamps on heater hose
10) The steering column should be painted satin black up to the U joint. The U joint and shaft into the steering
box should be natural metal with black mechanic’s wire used to safety wire the black oxide bolts on the U
joint. The ZF steering box should be painted satin black. The steering idler assembly cap should be natural
bronze with a dark oxidized appearance. The retaining nuts should be CAD with yellow inserts.
Steering box, steering column U joint, steering column
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Steering Idler assembly
11) The hood hinges, hood open rest arm, hood catch, and hood safety latch should be mounted with black
oxide or CAD Lobo bolts. The hood latch safety catch, hood closed latch, and hood open arm rest should
have a CAD finish. On later cars, the hood latch bracket mounted on the fire wall has a round opening for
the hinged catch on the hood to go through. Early production cars may have a flat hood latch bracket
painted satin black, mounted on the fire wall that does not have a round opening.
Unrestored car hood bracket with CAD bolts
Early production car (8833) with flat hood catch bracket
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Later production car with hood catch bracket
with hole in the bracket
12) There were two different brake servo systems for the car, one made by Dunlop and one made by Bonaldi.
The Dunlop brake vacuum servo was used in earlier production cars. It was painted semi-gloss black with a
“Do Not Oil” label. The Dunlop brake master cylinder and the clutch master cylinder should be finished in
natural aluminum. The Dunlop fluid reservoir carrier bracket should be finished in satin nickel.
The Bonaldi brake vacuum servo was used in cars beginning around Serial Number 10400. It should be gold CAD
with a green/white Bonaldi sticker. The Bonaldi brake master cylinder should be painted satin black with a CAD
nut on the end. The Bonaldi and Dunlop carrier bracket for the clutch and brake reservoirs should be finished in
satin nickel. Later cars used a Cheney clamp on the vacuum to the intake manifold.
Brake and clutch reservoir hoses should be smooth black rubber and retained on both ends with black oxide
Corbin spring clamps. The clutch master cylinder for both systems should be natural aluminum metal finish.
Early production cars had a hydraulic clutch system. Later production cars beginning around serial number
11000 had a cable actuated clutch so there is no clutch master cylinder or fluid reservoir. The brake/clutch
hydraulic fluid carrier bracket mounting method can be either black oxide bolts or nylock nuts with yellow
inserts. The copper lines from the clutch and brake master cylinders should be natural, unpolished finish.
Dunlop Brake Servo
Bonaldi Brake Servo
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Unrestored Dunlop brake servo with Do Not Oil Label and
Copiglia band clamp
Early car with flat hood latch catch.
Unrestored Dunlop brake booster
Picture from 330 GTC Owner’s manual. Dunlop brake servo painted black, brake master cylinder and clutch
master cylinder natural aluminum. Note the Corbin spring clamps on the fluid lines, Copiglia clamp on the
vacuum line to the intake manifold, and the nickel finish on the bracket holding the fluid reservoirs.
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13) The brake vacuum servo, fluid reservoirs, and master cylinders are mounted to a cast base plate painted
aluminum. The smooth rubber brake and clutch hoses are retained with black oxide Corbin spring clamps.
Cast base plate to brake booster and fluid reservoirs
Corbin spring clamps on brake and clutch hoses
14) The brake booster vacuum line hose should be a cloth wrapped hose or a rubber hose.
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15) The brake calipers should be CAD, and suspension arms painted satin black. The ball joints on the front
suspension should be natural cast iron with no paint. The sway bar dog bone on the front suspension
should be finished in dull nickel.
Front suspension
Rear suspension
16) The engine bay channel surround molding should be a smooth dark polypropylene material with a square
edge on the top with a rectangular cross section.
Engine bay surround molding
Engine bay surround molding profile
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17) The black rubber hood bumper rests should be held in place with a Phillips oval head screw and a cup trim
washer. There should be a round rubber bumper stop at each back corner of the engine bay used to adjust
the hood closed position. There should be a safety strap to limit the travel of the open hood.
Unrestored car hood bumper showing Phillips
oval head screw and trim washer
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18) The washer bag should be a FOREDIT one liter bag with clear Cavis brand windshield washer hose. Early
production cars may have used a FOREDIT ¾ liter washer bag with a round logo. The most common
FOREDIT bag used had a rectangular logo. Some cars may have been produced with the English Tudor blue
washer bag.
The cap should be aluminum, not plastic.
Tudor washer bag
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19) Each distributor right angle drive is attached to the engine cam cover with special 14mm (across the flat)
black oxide bolts with a 4mm shoulder, spilt lock washer and flat washer. The distributor caps should have
6 spark plug wire connections numbered 1 through 6. The same number scheme 1 through 6 should be on
both distributor caps. The spark plug wires should be retained by a clamp with a black rubber insert
mounted under the distributor hold down nut and two black rubber O rings, one above the clamp and one
below the clamp (only one of two O rings are shown in picture). A correct copper ground strap is shown
from the battery negative terminal to the engine block.
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Distributor cap 1 thru 6 numbering on plug wire connections
20) The distributor bodies should be a natural metal finish and mounted to the distributor right angle drive
with 14 mm (across the flats) black oxide nuts with black oxide split washers and flat washers. The
capacitor mounted on the distributor body should have a mounting bracket with 2 mounting holes and
mounted on the distributor with 2 cheese head slotted screws. A black rubber boot covers each wire
termination into the distributor.
Capacitor has 2 mounting screws
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21) The radiator should be painted satin black with a silver CAD 2-eared, non-pressure radiator cap. A rubber
gasket should protrude through the center of the cap. The radiator overflow hose should be a black ribbed
rubber hose held in place with a 5 mm Copiglia band clamp. The radiator is supported at the top to the
front frame by the same type of strap used to support the exhaust system.
Ribbed overflow hose and 5 mm Copiglia clamp
Strap between radiator and chassis
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22) Later 330 GTC cars may have been produced using double wire Angst clamps in place of the Cheney clamps
on the heater control valve. The use of Angst clamps and what serial number cars could have been built
with them requires additional research.
Angst clamp
23) The battery cable clamps for the + and – terminals should have a right-angle termination with a rubber
boot over the positive terminal. There should be a copper braided ground strap attaching the negative
cable to the engine block. There should be two CAD, stamped 6 mm wing nuts with squared off ears and
washers on the hold down rods to secure the battery hold down bracket. The washer bag is hung on the
battery hold down bracket. The two rubber O rings on the plug wires are shown.
Positive terminal with rubber cap
Negative terminal, 2 rubber bands on plug wires
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Right angle cable termination
Cad wing nuts on battery hold down bracket
Battery hold down bracket
67
24) Early production cars had an air filter housing with a notched-out area to clear the distributor.
Later production cars had a symmetrical housing with a blue and silver tag on one end and a stamped tag on the
other end. The cover on the notched filter may or may not have had these tags. The filter housing should be
painted satin black. There should be 3 ribbed /knurled thumb nuts finished in bright nickel holding the filter in
place.
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25) For cars with an air conditioner, there should be a dryer mounted on the right side of the engine bay.
Engine bay lights should be mounted on the right and left sides of the engine bay. There should be a black
plastic electrical wiring junction box mounted on the left side of the engine bay to connect the alternator
wiring. The plastic cover is held in place with a knurled plastic thumb screw. Early production cars may not
have had this junction box.
Air conditioner dryer and engine bay light
Junction box for alternator wiring connection
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26) The supply gas lines should be special yellow fuel line with CAD banjo fittings. There should be a clear glass
Fispa fuel filter mounted on the left side of the engine bay and held in place by black oxide Lobo bolts. The
filter mounting bracket should be painted satin black. Some cars may have original unique 6 mm bolts
provided by Fispa. If there is a hole drilled in the side of the fuel filter, there should be a lead seal attached
to the through hole.
27) There should be a mechanical fuel pump plated in Nickel or CAD attached to the lower left side of the
engine block. The yellow fuel line connects the fuel pump to the fuel filter.
Mechanical fuel pump
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28) The spark plug wires should be 7 mm black wires, routed through a metal tapered tube carrier with rubber
grommets where the plug wires exit the tube. The metal tube carrier should be painted black crinkle.
Rubber grommets protecting plug wires
29) Metal ties should be used to retain wires and hoses. There SHOULD NOT BE any current vintage plastic Zip
ties, twisted ties, or tape holding wires or hoses in place.
Metal tie retaining wires
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30) The ignition system should have mechanical operated points in the distributor and a Marelli ignition coil.
There should not be any current electronic ignition systems installed (like Petronix or MSD electronic
ignition system).
31) The hood pad should be silver with a smooth diamond shaped pattern. Polished aluminum bar straps hold
the pad in place.
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32) The ZF steering box should have a lead seal with the letters ZF attached to one of the top bolts on the
steering box. The steering box should be painted satin black with a black oxide hex cap.
ZF steering box lead seal
33) The following areas of the car should be painted satin black: engine compartment fire wall and inner fender
panels. The following areas of the car are covered with satin black undercoating: wheel wells, frame
members and floor pans.
34) GENERAL ENGINE AND CHASSIS OBSERVATIONS- Observe the condition of the engine compartment for
corrosion, rust, leaks, and general cleanliness. Observe the condition of suspension arms, sway bar, shocks
and springs, and under carriage for corrosion, rust and general cleanliness. Observe that the engine starts
easily and idles smoothly with minimum smoke from the tail pipes. There should not be deductions for dust
or oil from driving the car that does not distract from the appearance of the engine bay.
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330 GTC ON-GOING Production Changes
The following On Going Production data was compiled by Dyke W. Ridgley:
330 GTC ON-GOING PRODUCTION CHANGES
Approximate Serial Number
Production Change
9300
Switch from 3.30 to 1 rear axle ratio to 3.44 to 1
9300
Engines begin to use cast iron valve guides and valve seats, replacing bronze
used in the past. Some motors used both, some had only one item in cast
iron. Later, Ferrari would return to bronze guides and seats. Second style
chain case and water pump appear.
9500
American Forgedtrue valve springs replace the standard factory units.
9600
A major series of engine changes occur: A Reynolds Duplex chain replaces
the triplex style. Trione bearings replace Vandervell. 40 DFI 2 carbs replace
the long used 40DCZ 6s. Transaxles now receive Ellastolan seats and modified
thrust supports.
10000
Molybdenum coated synchro rings appear in the transaxles.
10100
The final cooling arrangement is installed, with an oil radiator built as the
bottom portion of the water radiator.
10400
Bonaldi power brake boosters replace the previously used Girling (Dunlop)
units. 365 style chaincase and water pump began to be used.
10700
Bendix electric fuel pumps replace the FISA electric pump.
11000
Lobro constant velocity jointed half shafts and cable operated clutch linkage
Is adopted.
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Part and Assembly Finishes - 330 GTC Ferrari Parts Catalog Publication
The following information references the 330 GTC Parts Catalog (parts book) to identify the primary
components, configurations, and correct finish of the components. References are made to the TAV pages in the
parts book with identification of the component, for example TAV 4/2 identifies the Cam cover as item 2 on
TAV page 4. This information was compiled by David Carte.
The following information defines the correct finish for designated parts and assemblies shown in the 330 GTC
Parts Book. NOTE: RED FONT LETTERING ARE ITEMS THAT NEED CLARIFICATION. ADDITIONAL RESEARCH IS
REQUIRED TO CORRECT ITEMS THAT NEED TO BE RESOLVED.
PART/ASSEMBLY
CRANKCASE PARTS
CRANK CASE
MOTOR MOUNTS
OIL SUMP PARTS
SUMP
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS BOOK
FINISH/PLATING
TAV 1/1
Aluminum Paint
TAV 1/60
Aluminum Paint
TAV 2
Aluminum Paint
DIP STICK
DIP STICK TUBE
TAV 2/3
TAV 2/18
Shaft -Satin Black Paint
Satin Black Paint
OIL PLUG/WATER PLUGS
CRANKCASE PARTS
BALANCER PULLY
TAV 2/6
Unpolished Brass
TAV 3/30
Satin Black Paint
STARTER SHIELD
TAV 3/8
STARTER
TAV 3/12
SOLENOID
CYLINDER HEAD PARTS
CAM COVER
THROTTLE POST
TAV 3/12
THROTTLE SHAFT MOUNT
TAV4/14,15
CAM COVER
NUTS/WASHERS
TAV 4/18,19
Unpainted Aluminum
Casting-Aluminum
Paint. Main body is
Satin Black Paint
Cadmium Body, end
cap is Satin Black Paint
TAV 4/2
TAV 4/8
COMMENTS
Has Aluminum plate
over top of rubber
mount
T -Handle is lightly
polished
6mm Acorn Nut nuts
Black riveted straps bolt
to exhaust header
End Cap is satin black
paint
Black Crinkle
Black Crinkle
14- Washer-Black
Oxide, 15-Hex nut-Black
Oxide
19-Acorn Nuts Cadmium, 18- Washer - Washers are wave
Black Oxide
washers
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PARTS/ASSEMBLY
AIR FILTER, MANIFOLD
INTAKE MANIFOLD
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS BOOK
FINISH/PLATING
TAV 6/9,21
COMMENTS
INTAKE MANIFOLD
NUTS/WASHERS
TAV 6/10,11,20
CARBURATOR MOUNTING
NUTS/WASHERS
TAV 6/5,6
Aluminum Paint
20-Acorn NutsCadmium, 11-Hex Nut
11- Hex Nut under
Black Oxide, 10brake vacuum hose is
Washers Black Oxide
Black Oxide
5- WAVE WASHER-Black
Oxide, 6- Hex Nut-Black
Oxide
AIR FILTER HOUSING
KNURLED NUTS
TAV 6/1
TAV 6/2
Satin Black Paint
Bright Nickel
TAV 6/13
TAV 6/14
Brass
Cheney -Cadmium
BRAKE BOOSTER TO CARB
VACUUM INLET
CLAMP
AIR FILTER WITH BLOW
BY
TAV 7/15,19,20
Only found on original
US Spec cars with
Rubber
emissions equipment
Only found on original
US Spec cars with
Dull Nickle or Cadmium emissions equipment
Only found on original
Corbin Spring ClampUS Spec cars with
Black Oxide
emissions equipment
15-Black Wrinkle, 19Only found on original
Washer-Black oxide, 20- US Spec cars with
Hex Nut-Black oxide
emissions equipment
TAV 8/5
Chrome
VACUUM LINES
TAV 7/11
VACUUM HOSE FITTINGS
TAV 7/13
VACUUM HOSE CLAMP
TAV 7/5
VACUUM HOSE
OUTLETS/NUTS/WASHERS
FEEDING & CONTROLS
FUEL LOG
FUEL TUBE
TAV 8/4
CLAMPS
THROTTLE CABLE
TAV 8/3
TAV 8/35
THROTTLE CABLE END
THROTTLE SPRING
Rubber
Corbin Spring ClampBlack Oxide
Black rubber cover
TAV 8/27,37
TAV 8/20,21
Black Oxide
Black Oxide
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Early cars had smaller
diameter
Some cars also used
Cheney clamp
Not shown- Cable
attaches thru throttle
post on cam cover with
a brass fitting
THROTTLE SHAFT BELL
CRANK
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
TAV 8/ 24,25,28,33,34
Black Oxide
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
FINISH/PLATING
FUEL
FILTER/HARDWARE/BOWL
CLAMP
TAV 8/12,13
FUEL LINES
TAV 8/6,19,15
12- Cadmium bracket,
13- Top screws Black
Oxide or Cadmium,
Bowl Clamp -Cadmium
Yellow spiral wound
MECHANICAL FUEL PUMP
FUEL PUMP TOP
TAV 8/55
TAV 8/55
Natural alloy
Dull Nickle or Cadmium
SCREWS/HOLLOW BOLTS
EXHAUST PIPES
ASSEMBLY
TAV 8/49
Black Oxide
HEADERS
TAV 9/26,27
HEAT SHIELD
MUFFLER SHIELDS
TAV 9/15,19, 16,17,18
TAV 9/8,11,23
Satin Black Paint, High
Heat
15 and 19 Black Crinkle,
16- Back Oxide Bolt, 17Black Oxide lock
washer, 18- Black Oxide
flat washer
Natural aluminum
MUFFLER TAILPIPES
TAV 9/22,24
Silver or Black Paint
with Chrome tips
EXHAUST PIPE CLAMP
TAV 9/35
Black Oxide
TIMING CASE COVER
TAV 10/1
Aluminum Paint
TIMING CHAIN COVERS
OIL FILL CAP
TIMING ACCESSORIES
TAV 10/7,12
TAV 10/9
Black Crinkle
Polished Aluminum
TIMING (CONTROLS)
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COMMENTS
Die Cast
Header nuts are brass
Can be Ceretto, Abarth,
or Ansa exhaust tips
(see car build sheets for
correct system)
Special style clamp, nut
and bolt
9-Black Oxide bolt,10Black Oxide washer, 16
Cadmium washer, 17Acorn Nut -Cadmium
Aluminum Paint
CAM COVERS
CHAIN TENSIONER
OIL SUMP & FILTERS
OIL FILTER BYPASS
ASSEMBLY
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
TAV 11/9,10,16,17
TAV 11/33
TAV 12/3
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
Aluminum paint
FINISH/PLATING
OIL PRESSURE VALVE CAP
OUTLET
DISTRIBUTORS &
CONTROLS
TAV 12/2
TAV 12/8
Unpolished Brass
Dull Nickle or Brass
DISTRIBUTOR DRIVE
TACHOMETER DRIVE
TAV 13/16
TAV 13/42,44
CONDENSER/BOOT
TAV 13/21,24
DISTRIBUTOR BODY/
NUTS
TAV 13/18,19,20
Aluminum Paint
Unpolished Brass
21- Rubber Boot, 242 Cadmium mounting
Cadmium
screws
Body- Natural
aluminum, 18-Hex nut Black Oxide,19-Lock
washer-Black Oxide, 20Flat washer- Black oxide
COMMENTS
GENERATOR & BATTERY
BATTERY CABLES
TAV 14/2,3
Natural Lead
ALTERNATOR
TAV 14/24
BRACKETS
SPARK PLUG TAPERED
TUBE
CLUTCH AND CONTROLS
TAV 14/19,31,36
Natural Die Cast
19 - Satin Black, 31-Dull
Nickle or Cadmium, 36Cadmium or Satin Black
Paint
16/15-Black crinkle, 17Black rubber Grommet
TAV 14/15,16,17
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Negative and Positive
connector is 90 degrees
to cable entry. Rubber
boot over positive
terminal
Pulley is Satin Black,
Screws are Cadmium,
Wiring is black or
Marelli red
SLAVE CYLINDER
CLUTCH ROD
BELL HOUSING
GEARBOX &
DIFFERENTIAL
TAV 15/32
TAV 15/45
TAV15/19
Natural Aluminum
Black Oxide
Aluminum Paint
SPEEDOMETER DRIVE
TRANSAXLE
TAV 16/10
TAV 16/1
Brass or Die Cast
Aluminum Paint
TRANSAXLE MOUNT
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
TAV 16/64
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
Cadmium
FINISH/PLATING
COMMENTS
OIL PUMP & CONTROLS
SHIFT LINKAGE
SHIFTER/GATE
40,41,42- Black Oxide,
43- Satin Black Paint
TAV 19/40,41,42,43
TAV 19/53,54
Satin Chrome
TRANSMISSION SHAFT
TORQUE TUBE/DRIVE
SHAFT
ROD
REAR SUSPENSIONLEVERS
TAV 20/1
TAV 20/18
Satin Black Paint
Satin Black Paint
REAR A-ARMS
TAV 22/1,2,9,37
Satin Black Paint
RUBBER BUMPERS
GREASE CUPS
SHIMS
TAV 22/13,43,44,45
TAV 22/25,34
TAV 22/40
Black Oxide
Cadmium
Cadmium
NUTS AND BOLTS
REAR SUSPENSIONWHEEL CARRIER
AXLE SUPPORT
SHOCK SPRING
SHOCK TOP CLAMP
FRONT SUSPENSIONLEVERS
FRONT A-ARMS
RUBBER BUMPERS
Straight slot screws
holding shifter gate
Copiglia clamp holds
speedometer cable
Bolts - Black Oxide,
TAV
Nuts- Cadmium with
22/3,4,6,14,15,17,18,23,24,38,42 yellow nylon inserts
TAV 23/11
Satin Black Paint
TAV 23/8
TAV 23/1,2
Satin Black
Cadmium
TAV 24/1,2
TAV 24/6,7
Satin Black Paint
Black Oxide
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Swabs of color at top 2
coils. Color vary
NUTS AND BOLTS
SWAY BAR
GREASE CUPS
TAV 24
TAV 24/38
TAV 24/20,29
Bolts- Black Oxide,
Nuts- Cadmium with
yellow nylon inserts
Satin Black Paint
Cadmium
SWAYBAR DOGBONE
FRONT SUSPENSIONSTEERING SWIVELS
AXLE SUPPORT
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
TAV 24/32
Dull Nickel
TAV 25/1
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
Satin Black Paint
FINISH/PLATING
SHOCKS/ NUTS/BOLTS
TAV 25/7
Koni Orange, BoltsCadmium, NutsCadmium with yellow
nylon inserts
SHOCK SPRING
SHOCK TOP CLAMP
BALL JOINT
PEDAL BOARD-CLUTCH
CLUTCH PEDAL
TAV 25/18
TAV 25/11,12
TAV 25/2
Satin Black Paint
Cadmium
Natural cast iron
TAV 26/49
CLUTCH/BRAKE BOTTLE
BRACKET
TAV 26/5,15
CLUTCH MASTER
CYLINDER/HOSE CLAMP
TAV 26/21,4
Satin Black Paint
5-Dull Nickel or
Cadmium, 15 Acorn
Nut-Cadmium or nylok
nut /yellow insert
21-Natural aluminum,4
spring clamp black
oxide
CAST PEDAL AND BRAKE
BOOSTER MOUNT
TAV 27/1
Aluminum Paint
BONALDI BRAKE BOOSTER
TAV 27/2
Yellow Cadmium
DUNLOP BRAKE BOOSTER
TAV 27/2
Semi-Gloss Black Paint
COMMENTS
Koni Wing decal
Swabs of color at top 2
coils. Color vary
PEDAL BOARD- BRAKE
5-Smooth black rubber
or webbed wrapped
cloth, 6-Clamp
Satin Black Paint
BRAKE BOOSTER VACUUM
HOSE AND CLAMP
TAV 27/5,6
BRAKE PEDAL
TAV 27/32
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with Bonaldi decal
with Dunlop "DO NOT
OIL" decal
Clamp can be Cheney
(TAV27/5) or rollup
Copiglia clamp ala
owner’s manual
DISC BRAKES & MASTER
CYLINDER
BONALDI BRAKE MASTER
CYLINDER
DUNLOP BRAKE MASTER
CYLIINDER
TAV 29/19
Satin Black Paint
TAV 29/19
Cadmium
HOLLOW BOLTS/BANJOS
FRONT & REAR BRAKE
CALIPERS
BRAKE CALIPERS
HAND BRAKE CONTROL
TAV 29/15,17
Cadmium
TAV 30/50
Cadmium
PARKING BRAKE CALIPER
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
Cadmium
FINISH/PLATING
SHOE CLAMP
TAV 31/1,5,7,19,21,22,23,25,27,
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
TAV 31/20
PARKING BRAKE LINKAGE
TAV 31/18,32,33,35
PARKING BRAKE LINKAGE
TAV 31/20,21,23
Cadmium
20- Satin Black, 21steel CAD, 23-steel CAD
PARKING BRAKE HANDLE
TAV 31/1,5,12,13
Black Plastic
TAV33/10, 15,18,27,29
10,18,27,29 Satin Black
Paint, 15-Nickel
STEERING SHAFT U JOINT
TAV 34/47,48,49,50,51,52
47,48 Black Oxide,
50,51-Natural, 52-Black
Oxide
STEERING COLUMN
TAV 34/6
Black Wrinkle
STEERING COLUMN
TAV 34/53
Satin Black Paint
STEERING WHEEL HUB
STEERING LINKAGE
STEERING ARMS
IDLER MOUNT
TAV 34/12
Black Anodize
TAV 35/5,35
TAV 35/19
Dull nickel
Satin Black Paint
IDLER ASSEMBLY CAP
PITMAN ARM
TIE RODS
TAV 35/10
TAV 35/15
TAV 35/33,34
Natural Bronze
Dull Nickel
Satin Black Paint
end cap bolt is
Cadmium
COMMENTS
Brass
with white lever
STEERING BOX
STEERING BOX
STEERING COLUMN
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Steering column in
engine compartment
Dark Oxidized Look
RADIATOR & WATER
PUMP
RADIATOR
TAV 36/1
Satin Black Paint
RADIATOR CAPS
SURGE TANK
BOLTS/WASHERS
TAV 36/10,30
OVERFLOW TUBE
TAV 36/11,12
WATER TUBES
PARTS/ASSEMBLY
TAV 36/6,8,53,54,
REFER TO 330 GTC PARTS
BOOK
TAV 36/64
WATER VALVE
CABLE OPERATED WATER
VALVE
TAV 36/28,49,50,51
Cadmium
28,51-Satin Black Paint,
49,50-Black Oxide
11- 4mm Copiglia
clamp, 12-Black Ribbed
Rubber Hose
6,8,54- Cheney clamps,
53 Dull Nickel or
Cadmium tube
FINISH/PLATING
2 eared caps. 10 - nonpressurized cap with a
rubber insert projecting
from the middle of the
cap. 30-0.7 BAR
pressure cap
COMMENTS
Natural Die Cast
Natural Die Cast
All hardware is
Cadmium
TAV37/1,2
Turquoise or Black
Paint
Early cars were painted
turquoise; later cars
were black. ¼ inch
masonite floor under
the trunk mat is painted
satin black.
TAV 38/1
Dull Aluminum Paint
TAV 38/10,16
Satin Black
LUCAS FAN MOTORS
TAV 39/18
COOLING FAN BLADES
TAV 39/17
Square Bodied Motor
with Hammertone Silver Green Paint
Satin Black or Natural
Aluminum
TAV 36/13
FUEL TANK
GAS TANKS
AIR CONDITIONING
A/C COMPRESSER
A/C COMPRESSOR
BRACKETS
AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEM SCHEMATIC
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Factory build sheets for Car S/N10425
Car VIN
Page 1 Engine details
84
Page 2 Gear Box and Rear Axle
85
Page 3 Brakes, Shocks, Exhaust
Brakes
Shocks
Exhaust Tip
Muffler
Brake Servo
Air Conditioning
86
Page 4 Carburetor and jetting
Carburetor and Jetting
87
Page 1 Engine and Chassis
Factory Build Sheets Car S/N 10705
S/10705
88
Car VIN
Page 2 Gear Box and Rear Axle
89
Page 3 Brakes, Shocks, and Exhaust
Exhaust Tip
Exhaust Muffler
90
Page 4 Engine Dyno Test, Carburetor and Jetting
Test Room report
Revolutions
Engine Horse Power
Carburetor
91
Letter from Ferrari factory to translate build sheet items
92
330 GTC Light Bulb reference chart submitted by Bill Muno
LOCATION
Headlights - USA
Headlights - Europe
Front Directional Signals
Side Indicator Lights
Instruments
Engine & Trunk Lights
Interior Lights
Rear Directional Lights - outside
Rear Stop & Tail Lights - inside
Backup Lights
License Plate Lights
NUMBER
6014
R2
7511
3796 or 2656
3796 or 2656
7546 or 17125
6428
7506
7511
7506
5008
WATTAGE
50/60
40/45
5/20
3
3
5
3
21
5/20
21
10
TYPE
Spade - 3 wire
Spade - 3 wire
Bayonet
Bayonet
Bayonet
35mm Tubular
30mm Tubular
Bayonet
Bayonet
Bayonet
Bayonet
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Ferrari restorer
past 330 GTC car owner
IAC/PFA Council Member
Ferrari restorer
Dir of Research, Motion Products,Inc.
330 America car owner
past 330 America car owner
and 330 register founder
IAC/PFA Council Member
Rick Race, Chairman of Research for the IAC/PFA, Honors IAC/PFA Judge,
IAC/PFA Council Member
Send comments, questions, additions, or corrections to:
Clete Gardenhour cghour@verizon.net
330 GTC Manual Editor
REFERENCES
Dyke Ridgley’s 330 GTC articles in Cavallino Magazines June/July 1975 and August/September 1976
Keith Bluemel’s article on 330 GTC/S and 365 GTC/S in his book “Original Ferrari V12 1965-1973”
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