8 classic 1967 Ferraris that will melt your face


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1967 was a special year for Ferrari. It was the year of the Dino, the first mid-engine, street-legal Ferrari, named after Enzo Ferrari’s son. But it was hardly the only one. There was the 330 GTC, the 275 GTB, the 330 P4 and the 500 Superfast Series II, among others. Take a look at the cars along with their estimated values … and try not to drool.

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1967 Ferrari 330 GTC

Estimated value: $670,000 in excellent condition


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1967 Ferrari 275 GTB

Estimated value: $2.6 million in excellent condition


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1967 Ferrari 330 P4

Estimated value: $9 million

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1967 Ferrari 500 Superfast Series II

Estimated value: $2.9 million (based on the 2017 sale of a 1965 version of the car)

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1967 Ferrari Dino 206 GT V6

Estimated value: $715,000 in excellent condition

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1967 Ferrari Dino 206 SP

Estimated value: $2.3 million (based on this 2015 sale of a 1966 version)

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1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Zagato

Estimated value: $230,000 in excellent condition

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1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

Estimated value: $375,000 in good condition

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