Very interesting, would someone like to ask Talacrest how much????? Ferrari 330 P2 -3 for sale: Anamera History as given by vendor 1965. Born as a 275 P2 Spyder and destined to be a SEFAC (Ferrari Factory Team) car. 10 April 1965. Le Mans Test. See Emotion Ferrari by Maurice Louche p.353. 25 April 1965.Monza 1000 kms, John Surtees/Ludovico Scarfiotti, #60. 2nd OA. 9 May 1965. Targa Florio, Nino Vaccarella/Lorenzo Bandini, #198. 1st OA.Completed in 7h 1'12''. Average speed of 102.562 kph. Four Mins ahead of 2nd placed Porsche of Davis/Mitter. Also won fastest lap at 39'21'' averaging 109.784 kph. See Ferrarissima 9, p46: Received Ferrari Factory upgrade to 330 4 litre motor. Thus becoming a 330 P2. 23 May 1965. Nurburgring 1000 kms, John Surtees/Ludovico Scarfiotti, #1. 1st OA. 44 laps took 6h 53'05''. See Emotion Ferrari by Maurice Louche p.363. 19 June 1965. Le Mans 24 hrs, John Surtees/Ludovico Scarfiotti, #19. DNF. Gearbox failure in 17th hour. Received Ferrari Factory upgrade to 365 4.4 litre motor. Body also upgraded to P2/3 style. Thus becoming a 365 P2/3. January 1966. Sold by Ferrari Factory to Garage Franorchamps. Car repainted yellow. January/February 1966. Flown by Sabena Airlines to USA for Daytona. 5 February 1966. Daytona 24 Hrs, Gerald Langlois van Ophem/Lucien Bianchi, #25. DNF. 2/3 April 1966. Le Mans Test, Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton/Leon Dernier, #19. See Emotion Ferrari by Maurice Louche p.377. 25 April 1966. Monza 1000 Kms, Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton/Lucien Bianchi, #11. DNF. 22 May 1966. Spa 1000 Kms, Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton/Lucien Bianchi, #8. DNF. 18/19 June 1966. Le Mans 24 Hrs, Pierre Dumay/Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton, #17. DNF. See Emotion Ferrari by Maurice Louche p.396. 11 September 1966. Coupes Avenir, Zolder, Leon Dernier, #111. 2nd OA. 9 October 1966. Salon Cup, Monthlery, Lucien Bianchi. 2nd OA. 16 October 1966. Paris 1000 Kms, Monthlery, M. Bianchi/Lucien Bianchi, #30. DNF. 5 November 1966. South African GP, Kyalami (9 hrs ?) Willy Mairesse/Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton. #4. DNF. Sold, allegedly to an Italian in Milan. Rebodied to 330 P3 Spyder configuration. Presumably by Drogo. 8-10 September 1967. Seen and photographed by Marcel Massini during The Racing Car Show, held behind the pits at Monza during that years Italian F1 GP. #1. 23-25 September 1968. Monza 1000 Kms, Antonio Finiguerra/Pierre de Siebenthal/Pianta under the Bormio Corse banner, #7. Practice time of 3m.21.4s which would have placed it 21st on the grid. Motoring News reported as follows: "The P2 Ferrari had a dreadful misfire, and it smelt as though the alleged 3 litre LM engine was passing neat petrol through the exhaust ports; it wasn't at all competitive, anyway, and did not start the race." And Patrick McNally in Autosport wrote: "The only Ferrari prototype to appear was Antonio Finiguerra's P2 which had P4 bodywork and was said to have a 275LM engine stroked down to 3 litres - virtually the old 2993cc GTO power unit with single cam on each bank." Another source, Racing Sports Cars - Home Page, says it was a DNS due to a fire in practice. The car was certainly entered in Group 6, 2 to 3 Litre Class. Car pictured in 1000 KM Monza by Andrea Curami. 1968 ? Sold to Gaetano Tortora, Aix-en-Provence, France. 1972. Sold to Jean-Claude Bajol. September 1972. At Mas du Clos with JC Bajol. 1981. Sold to Albert Uderzo. Restored. Just mechanically ? By Sport Auto/Diena & Silingardi. Late 1981. Crashed by Uderzo at Imola. Car also turned over and caught fire. Damaged car seen and photographed back at Diena & Silingardi, Modena, by Marcel Massini 1982 - Fabrizio Violati 1982-87 - Rebuilt by Allegretti, I & Diena & Silingardi, Modena, Italy 11th August 1988 Oldtimer GP Nurburgring, Driven by Fabrizio Violati, #1 4th August 1989 Oldtimer GP Nurburgring, Driven by Fabrizio Violati, #437 1st December 1990 displayed in Violati's "Collezione Maranello Rosso", San Marino 26th September 1992 FF40 International Ferrari Concours, Brussels We also have the original French road plates for this car - when it was owned by Jean-Claude Bajol.