One unit of 1964 Ferrari 330GT has been donated to the air ambulance team, East Anglia Ambulance Service (EAAA), in the UK. The classic car will be auctioned and the proceeds will be used to build a new hangar as the ambulance helicopter home.
|The 1964 Ferrari 330GT classic car has been donated to the East Anglia Air Ambulance Service. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1grZy3)|
The car was one of rare Ferraris and known belong to Richard Allen, a former racer who is also the owner of the dealership. He already passed away on November 2016 ago. In addition to using the 330GT, Allen was ever attended in the FOC racing series by using the model 328 and was also ever positions as the director of the Ferrari Owners Club UK.
|The Ferrari was owned by Richard Allen, a car dealer and racing driver, who died in November 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1grZy3)|
These Ferrari 330GT Nembo Spyder is already had experiencing a change in the engine so the car power was very capable for use in raceways. Yes, its V12 engine with a capacity of 4 liter had a capability of producing power up to 300 bhp.
|The 1964 Ferrari 330GT was tweaked by specialist mechanics in Modena to turn it into a supercar. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1grZy3)|
Although ever been modified by an Italian supercar specialist, Neri & Bonacini in Modena, but in general the condition of the car is still original. This car will be auctioned at the Duxford Imperial War Museum event on March 29, 2017 and is expected would be sold at the price of £500 thousand or approximately Rp.8,3 billion. Wow... Do you want to have it? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TELEGRAPH]
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