The 330 arrived in 1963 to replace the legendary 250 series. The Columbo V12 was enlarged to just under four liters, with a range of body styles from the sport-oriented 275GTB and the 330 GT 2+2. Around 600 330 GTCs were produced between 1966 and 1968, with this 1967 model being sold new to Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. Onassis would famously marry Jackie Kennedy in 1968, just before Onassis sold the 330 to M. Gastone Crepaldi, who would sell it on to Ferrari's North American importer Luigi Chinetti. The car subsequently spent time in New York and Pennsylvania, entering storage for 30 years before being purchased by the current seller in 2020. The car has had a total, frame-off restoration, and is now presented in its original exterior and interior color combination.