Introduced in 1967, Ferrari 330 GTC was a step forward for Ferrari — in terms of drivability and refinement. The venerable Columbo V12 was enlarged to four liters and had a modern alternator instead of a generator, making 300 horsepower through a five-speed transaxle and independent rear suspension. The 1967 330 GTC here was originally sold to dealer Romeo Pedini in Italy before making its way to the US in 1972. Originally finished in Grigio Fumo — grey — the car was resprayed in gold after arriving in the US. While not in concours-level condition, the car does present well and is, after all, a vintage Ferrari.