1967, 330 GT 2+2, 7963 - Ferrari in Miniatures

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330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, sn 7963GT, 1967 (BBR, limited 1/140)

1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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1968, 330 GT 2+2 Vignale Shooting Brake, 7963

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This 1965 Ferrari 330 GT was sent to America in 1965 as a left-hand-drive car. It was shipped to Luigi Chinetti Motors in Greenwich, Connecticut and was, at the time, painted red with a beige interior. Its first owner was named Desy. By 1967, the car was in the hands of Luigi Chinetti Jr., son of the American Ferrari importer. Coco, as he was known, had grown up around Ferrari. With the help of commercial artist Bob Peak, he designed a concept for a new sport wagon design fitted to the 330 GT 2+2 chassis. The design was made into reality by legendary coachbuilder Alfredo Vignale.
The Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake did not have panel in common with the donor body. The unusual vehicle was on the Vignale display at the 50th Annual Turin Motor Show, before it was returned to Coco Chinetti. Years later, the car turned up in the Philadelphia area and by 1977 it had migrated to the Northern Virginia area. By the 1990s it was in Paris with Jean-Claude Paturau who displayed the car at the 1996 Louis Vuitton Concours d'Elegance at Bagatelle.
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Легендарный кузовных дел мастер Альфредо Виньяле создал кузова для 154 Ferrari. Впечатляет, не правда ли ?
Последним из них стал построенный по заказу Кинетти-младшего универсал на шасси 330 GT 2+2. Автомобиль, ставший сенсацией Туринского автосалона 1968 года, оказался и последним творением маэстро Виньяле. В 1969 году всего через несколько дней после продажи своей фирмы он погиб в автокатастрофе.
Спустя 43 года солист Jamiroquai Джей Кей узнал, что машину продают. Он немедленно её покупает и показывает на конкурсе красоты Salon Prive.

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