In the 60s, there were many beautiful cars but one that practically outdid all of them was the Ferrari 330 P4. The car came with more curves and car enthusiasts can tell you that it was one of the aesthetically pleasant cars of the time. The drivers of the car can attest that the Ferrari 330 P4 has an excellent performance, and hence driveability experience compared to other race cars. The 1967 Ferrari dominated the Ford GT40 by achieving a 1-2-3 finish in Daytona 24 hour winner. The car is one of the legendary contenders of the epic battle between Ford and Ferrari in late 1960s. With these features, we can attest that the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 is one of the most stunning race cars of that generation. The race was built in Italy at Modena by engineer Mauro Forghieri. The engine of the automobile is a DOHC V12 aluminum engine with a capacity of 3967 cc. The race car has an aluminum body over a steel chassis and it a rear wheel drive car. The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 has five-speed manual transmission systems and can achieve a top speed of up to 210 mph.