It is a 1967 Ferrari 330 GT, with a V12 engine, which had been exported and never registered to Australia in 1974, informs the Australian portal specialized in cars Drive.
The owner at the time, who bought it from a foreign professional pilot, only drove it once and parked it in a farm garage, for unknown reasons, until recently it was discovered, almost intact in a barn, in an area. rural Australia.
According to the anonymous owner, who belongs to a club of lovers of Ferrari, says that cars like this, with that chassis, there are only 35 in the world, because no more were manufactured. At least identical to this one, whose 12-cylinder, 4-liter powerplant delivers 295 horsepower and a 5-speed mechanical transmission.
The owner says that the car had some modifications that would have been made to it after it left the factory, such as the addition of gold wheels that, according to the expert, are not the originals of that model.
This sixties car can go from zero to 100 kph in 7.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 245 kph.
Today, Ferrari experts are trying to confirm that it is indeed a jewel of the brand and, in the meantime, the sports car is being completely restored to its original form.