Classic Car

These were stop-gap models, little more than 330 GTC and GTSs with the V12 bored out by 400cc to 4.4 litres. Visually the only way to tell them apart is that the row of three outlet vents on each front wing has vanished, to be replaced by a pair of flush-fit grilles to the rear of the bonnet. Mechanically the cars were identical to their predecessors, with the exception of the braking system which was switched from Dunlop/Girling to ATE. The GTS was short-lived, being dropped after just a year with just 20 completed. GTCs numbered 150.

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