How much is a Ferrari P3 worth?
$5.6 million 1966 Ferrari 330 P3.
How many Ferrari 330 P4 are there?
1967 was a banner year for the Enzo Ferrari motor company, as it saw the production of the mid-engined 330 P4, a V12-engined endurance car intended to replace the previous year’s 330 P3. Only four Ferrari P4-engined cars were ever made: three new 330 P4s and one ex P3 chassis (0846).
Who owns the Ferrari 330 P4?
There is currently only one Ferrari 330 P4 model left in good condition and its owned by Canadian Lawrence Stroll.
What kind of engine does a Ferrari 330 P have?
Fitted with a four litre engine, the 330 P proved both quicker and more reliable than the little tested Ford GT. Sleeker than ever, the P3 featured fiberglass doors. It was the first time the Maranello based team favoured the lightweight material over the aluminum used on the previous prototypes.
What is the difference between a ZF 330 P2 and P3?
The gearbox was a new ZF five speed unit. Lovely looking, but now getting outdated, the six Weber carburetors found on the 330 P2 were replaced by a Lucas fuel injection system on the P3’s engine. The engine provided slightly more power, but the wider track added some weight, giving the P3 a similar power to weight ratio as the P2.
Why did Ferrari change the P2 to P3?
Alarmed by Ford’s 1965 pace, Ferrari set out to revise the P2 to suit the new regulations and bring it up to GT40 speed. In Ferrari tradition, modifications were made to the already reliable chassis. Sleeker than ever, the P3 featured fiberglass doors.
What is the difference between a Ford GT and 330 P?
With the Lola Mk 6 as base, the Ford GT made its debut at the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans. Now fitted with a four litre engine, the 330 P proved both quicker and more reliable than the little tested Ford GT.