1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Tribute 575 Maranello V12 Motec Aluminum Body P4 by Norwood

Price: US $850,000.00 Item location: Rockwall, Texas, United States
  • Condition: New
  • Make: Ferrari
  • Model: Other
  • Trim: 330 P4
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 15
  • VIN: TEX114248
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 575 Maranello V12
  • Number of cylinders: 12
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1967 Ferrari Other

I am selling a gorgeous, just completed Ferrari P4 tribute car built by P4 by Norwood.
This is a top notch recreation of the famous 1967 Ferrari P4's. All parts and pieces are modeled directly after the original cars, except the engine and drivetrain has been modernized with a full Motec ECU package and a modern Ferrari 575 V12 engine with G50 transaxle. All parts of the car except the drivetrain come into the shop as raw material, everything is made in house.
The chassis is a chromoly tube steel frame chassis matching an original and the body is a hand formed aluminum body almost identical to an original down to the rivet counts. All fluid tanks are hand formed aluminum to match the originals, the wheels are cast magnesium and identical to a real car and even the gauges are an exact match to the original gauges.
These cars are a top notch build with no expense spared. They are for the Ferrari lovers that want a P4 that can actually be driven, tracked, and with the low number of P4's built or sold, actually acquired. They are also extremely fast, weighing just 2200lbs and having over 500hp from the naturally aspirated Ferrari 575 Maranello engine. The sound coming from the hand made stainless steel headers is phenomenal.
My client is asking the selling price of a new one right now, however without the 3 year wait of buying one. This vehicle has a clear, normal Texas title. It also includes a year of support from P4 by Norwood as any other new car sold by them. This is a brand new car with only testing miles on it.
Please feel free to message with any questions or call 281-732-2630. This vehicle sale includes free shipping in the 48 states. For worldwide shipping we will help with arrangements. Cashiers check, cash or wire transfer are accepted.
Here are a few details from their site and links to videos of other customers cars:

Dimensions and weight
Overall length: 4320.79 mm – 170.110 in
Overall width: 1810 mm – 71.5 in
Height: 1000 mm – 39.37 in
Wheelbase: 2450.79 mm – 101.98 in
Front track: 1488 mm – 63.58 in
Rear track: 1450 mm – 62.08 in
Curb weight: 1018 kg. – 2245 lbs
Fuel capacity: 28 Gallons in both tanks

Body Construction Material
Body – Hand Formed Aluminum

Frame Construction Material
Frame – 4130 Tubular Steel

Fuel Tank
Fuel tank – Stainlees Steel

Front tires 10.15×15 Dunlop
Rear tires 12.15×15 Dunlop

Front Wheels Technomagnisia
Rear Wheels Technomagnisia

Front brakes 12 in. Willwood 4 piston
Rear brakes 12 in. Willwood 4 piston

Paint Color:
Ferrari Red

No. of cylinders 65° V12 F
Bore & stroke 89×77 mm 3.46 x 2.95 IN
Unit displacement 479 cc 29.2 cu. in.
Total displacement 5,748 cc 350.7 cu. in.
Compression ratio 11:1
Maximum power 379 kW (610 bhp) at 7,250 rpm
Maximum torque 588,6 Nm (60 kgm) 580 ft.lbt at 5,250 rpm

P4 Engine Validation Process

Engine selection and validation is paramount in the build process for the P4 by Norwood. A rigorous inspection program that involves pulling the intake manifold and valve covers to inspect every component of the top-end valvetrain – valves, valves springs, cams, etc. On the bottom end the oil pan is removed to inspect the lower sections of the block and the main bearings and rod bearings. Any pieces not in compliance with factory Ferrari specifications are removed and replaced with factory Ferrari parts. In addition to the painstakingly detailed inspection, all assembly hardware is re-electroplated, removing any doubt the donor engine is in impeccable condition before getting acquainted with its new home.

While the oil pan is off, the team makes some minor modifications to better align with fitment of the large V12 in the P4 by Norwood’s mid-engined chassis. The stock oil filter housings are machined off as the lower placement in the chassis compared to the Maranello to prevent any potential clearance issues. To complete the modification new fittings are added in the oil pan to allow remote mounting of the oil filter. The modification also goes beyond safety as the lower center of gravity only adds to the already impressive handling.

1 3.154
2 1.789
3 1.269
4 0.967
5 0.767
Final drive 3.44, 9″
5 speed synchro limited slip