The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is a Grand Tourer produced by Ferrari in 1971 and 1972. In the very short two-year production run, 505 examples of the GTC/4 were produced making the car to be an exclusive example of Italian craftsmanship. This vehicle’s history has been fully documented in an original Certificate of Authentication provided by Ferrari Classische in September 2015.
The 365GTC/4 is often referred to as the “gentlemans Daytona” sharing the same chassis and engine. The V12 was detuned to 340 PS (250 kW; 340 bhp) from the Daytona, to provide a more tractable response suited to a GT-oriented Ferrari. In place of the Daytona’s downdraft setup, six twin-choke side-draft Weber carburetors were used, to make the car’s lower and sloping hood line possible.
This vehicle’s history has been fully documented in an original Certificate of Authentication provided by Ferrari Classische in September 2015.
The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 currently showcases a red bumper with Borrani rims but the original has been kept and will be delivered with the vehicle and includes the original toolbox kit.
The red exterior coating and the original tan and charcoal interior are in ‘mint’ condition.
The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is in perfect mechanical shape and exhibits all the wonderful characteristics that defined the golden age of Italian sports cars.
One of the better Ferrari’s to drive and believe this to be a vastly undervalued model seeing its scarcity compared to the Daytona.
Body Style: 2+2 Coupe
Engine: 4390 cc, 340 HP