1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Recreation
Spotted in Arizona is a 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Recreation for $175,000 USD. This tribute is powered by a Ferrari 355 V8 motor instead of a v12 motor. The seller has left the car unpainted so the new buyer can make final decisions.
What do you think of this P4 recreation?
Price $175,000 USD
Arnie Du LardAugust 8, 2019
It wasn’t found in Arizona, I built it in the UK in 2009-2017. Sold unfinished to Jim Carpenter, Itallian Raing and Design. Sold for much more than $175k at Pebble Beach in 2018.
Dirty Old CarsAugust 13, 2019
Thank you for sharing Arnie! What was the final selling price?
Bill KruegerJune 27, 2020
Arnie, I received a notification that I had a message from you but my lack of social media did not let let locate the message. Would you email me at Billkrueger88@gmail.com. Thanks
I am getting ready to take the car on it first open track outing at Sonoma Raceway in Northern Calif. I received the car in late 2019 from Italian Design and racing after almost a year’s wait.
ScottJune 5, 2020
I am working with the subsequent purchaser of this car to try and document the build. Information is needed to get car approved for track events. Any information on the original build including structural support would be appreciated.
NickJune 7, 2020
I’d like to know the selling price of that car also (sold at Pebble Beach). I have a later model Noble P4 (one of the last built by Lee Noble… so would love to know a bit more about this particular car. I have a friend in Oceanside Ca who was storing a P4 re-creation for a friend of his… which was a very modernized P4 (carbon fiber mirrors etc…) with an early 308 carbureted
engine. His friend had purchased the car from a gentleman out of Scottsdale AZ for $175K also. That seems to be the magic price for a nice Ferrari powered P4 re-creation.
How much was paid for that Jim Carpenter sold P4? Love to see some finished photos of the car too.