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Ferrari 330 P4

Ferrari 330 P4

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Ferrari 330 P4 is one of the best-looking competition cars ever created. This Ferrari 330 P4 art print by artist Terry Smith is an epic tribute to a beautiful car. Franco Rocchi radically redesigns the tiny Ferrari Lampredi V12. He adds Lukas fuel injection and new three-valve cylinder head so the vehicle can stand against the raw power of Ford GT40.

Enzo Ferrari aims high again

Enzo Ferrari has big hopes for this car. With its lightweight, razor-like handling and technical excellence, it should beat the big, heavy and powerful GT40s. Actually, Ferrari 330 P4 almost fulfils its creator's ambition with a memorable 1-2-3 win at Daytona. Il Commendatore keeps a picture of this glorious moment until his death. He has a few other good reasons to brag with the car - first place at 1000km of Monza, second and third places at 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans, with 4 laps under Ford GT40 who takes the title.


Ferrari 330 P4 racing at Le Mans



The fate of the 330 P4 cars

Ferrari manufactures only four 330 P4 cars. Ferrari scraps one of them after a fire at Le Mans in 1967 and a few other accidents. Another one is converted to a Can-Am racer but is now fitted with a P4 Coupe body replica, created by the original blueprints. The third one has a similar fate but is now matched with a P4 Spyder body. Visitors can see it at the French automobile museum. The fourth car is in its original condition and belongs to the private collection of the Canadian billionaire and Ferrari lover Lawrence Stoll.

A lot of Ferrari 330 P4 replicas have been made and some of them are so good that they can easily fool even a Ferrari enthusiast. Their price range is pretty wide and highly depends on the mechanical basics.


Ferrari P4 technical cutaway



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Terry Smith

Terry Smith, a Detroit native, has been part of the Commercial Art Scene since 1953, initially specializing in Automotive Illustration. Using traditional tools like art boards, Windsor Newton Designers’ watercolors, paint brushes, and airbrushes, he worked on car illustrations for catalogs and national ads for major automotive companies in the late '60s and early '70s.

Throughout the late sixties and early seventies he was painting car illustrations for catalogs and national ads for the big three automotive companies. In 1972, Smith collaborated with Roger Penske, contributing to the design of color schemes for Penske-sponsored race cars during the Mark Donahue and Peter Revson era. Notably, he designed the color schemes for the L&M Porsche 917-10 and Sunoco 917-30 Can Am cars.

In 1987, Smith transitioned to computer-based design, working with his son on a Macintosh computer. While focusing on brochures, logos, training manuals, and line drawings until 2005, he didn't explore full-color car illustrations on the computer until his retirement in 2010.

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