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NO Reserve – Artwork by automotive artist, Michael Ledwitz 1967 Ferrari 330 P4

Hand drawn giclee print on canvas that measures 12 x 36 in a wood frame

Sold For: $300 Questions

No Reserve . This is an hand drawn is your giclee print on canvas that measures 12 x 36 in a wood frame that was created by automotive artist, Michael Ledwitz. I was inspired to create this artwork by watching the war between Ford versus Ferrari and seeing the GT 40 and the 330 P4 battle for the WWhen was just incredible to watch. Im absolutely in love with the 330 P4 from the design, the sound and every ounce of it. Its just absolutely breathtaking to look at. If you have any questions during the course of this auction, please do not hesitate to ask. Good luck and happy bidding.


History: 1967 was a banner year for the Enzo Ferrari motor company, as it saw the production of the mid-engined 330 P4,[47] a V12-engined endurance car intended to replace the previous year’s 330 P3. Only four Ferrari P4-engined cars were ever made: three new 330 P4s and one ex P3 chassis (0846). Their three-valve cylinder head was modeled after those of Italian Grand Prix-winning Formula One cars. To this was added the same fuel injection system from the P3 for an output of up to 450 hp (331 kW).[48]

The P3 had won the 1000 km Monza in 1966, and the P4 won the same race in 1967. Two P4s, and one 412 P crossed the finish line together (in first 0846, second 0856, and third place 0844) in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona, for a photo finish to counter Ford’s photo of the Ford GT40 Mk.II crossing the finish line together in first, second, and third at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.[49]

Since then, the fate of these four cars has been the subject of much attention.[50]

0846. Built in 1966 as the first of 3 works 330 P3s and the only P3 Spyder. Retained by the works at the end of 1966 and used as the basis for the new P4 and partially converted to P4 specification for 1967. Ferrari states 0846 no longer exists. It was decided by the factory to scrap the chassis due to its previous accident history and fire damage sustained at Le Mans, 1967. The original chassis number has been written off Ferrari’s books as an existing chassis, but the number is still in their ownership. [citation needed]

0856 was originally built as a Berlinetta but converted by the factory into a Spyder for Brands Hatch, 1967 as it remains today. 0856 was sold to a new owner in 2020.

0858 was originally a Berlinetta but converted by Ferrari into a Spyder for Brands Hatch, 1967 and later in the year converted into a 350 Can-Am by them. Now fitted with a P4 Berlinetta body and is in German ownership.

0860 was also originally a Berlinetta and converted to a Spyder for Brands Hatch, 1967 and like 0858 converted by Ferrari to a 350 Can-Am but was fitted with a P4 Spyder body in the early 1970s by its then French owner in whose family it remains today.



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Highest bidder was: r******5

Bidder Name Bidding Time Bid Auto
r******5 04/19/2024 10:51 am EDT $300
a**********s 04/19/2024 10:42 am EDT $150
r******5 04/17/2024 10:42 pm EDT $100
Auction started 04/16/2024 12:00 am EDT

    Congratulations to the winning bidder! I appreciate your interest in my artwork so very much. I look forward to being able to speak with you. Once I receive your information I’ll give you a call today. To everyone else please feel free to reach out to me if you see my email below it’s automotive artist wanted You can also see my website which is and you can also follow me on Instagram @michaelledwitz.


    For those who want to find out more about other types of artwork that I do, you can always reach out to me at [email protected]

  • rvogel55 says:

    If I win, I will need shipping to parker Colorado


      Thank you for your question. In the beginning of the description of the piece shipping and handling and packaging, is $275 and that ships have anywhere in the United States and Canada.


      My grandmother used to work for a department store in New Jersey called Vogel Department stores in red Bank New Jersey back in the 1940s and 50s and my father knew a guy named Buzzy Vogel from New Jersey


    Hello everyone. Thank you so much for your interest in my artwork. I sincerely appreciate it very much. If you have any questions during the remainder of this auction please let me know. I absolutely love this one. You’re gonna love it and congratulations in advance to the new owner of this beautiful piece. Do you know when I was at Amelia Island? There was a 917 there and a 330 P for and I really don’t have a problem speaking with people or speaking my mind with the upmost respect but I was absolutely speechless and it really doesn’t have that much. Lol so I absolutely love this car. I did a very large painting of this car that was 4‘ x 9‘ in a different position. It was during the movie Lamar and I replaced the Lola GT with this 330 P4 and it just came out incredible so Have fun in the remaining minutes and look forward to speaking with you when the auction ends


    Thank you everyone for your interest in my latest creation of artwork. This is a 12 x 36“ giclée prints on canvas that is in a wood frame. I absolutely love this one and I hope you love it too. Good luck and happy bidding. If you have any questions during the course of this auction, do not hesitate to ask as I am happy to answer any questions.

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