1971 Ferrari 365 GTC4

Maker
Ferrari
Model
365 GTC4
Engine Size
4390
Cylinders
12
Year
1971
Mileage (km)
45300
Body Style
Coupé
Authenticity
Matching Numbers
Body colour
Red
Interior colour
Black
Gearbox
Manual
Registration
FERRARI CLASSICHE
Code
RDS00052
Price
P.O.R.
Description

The 365 GTC4 was showed for the first time at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, when Ferrari tryed to offer a super sports performance car with four seats. Ferrari managed to fit two small seats to the rear, while maintaining compact dimensions of a standard two-seater coupé. Despite the limited habitability of the rear seats, it had a large trunk, unusual features for a Ferrari. This was the first 12-cylinder Ferrari presented after Fiat's takeover. The 365 GTC4 was called "Gobbone" because of the accentuated line of the roof and it had a fairly short career. In the autumn of 1972 production was stopped, with 500 specimens built. The mechanical layout was also replicated on the 365 GT4 2+2 that came after. The design of the car was very different from the model it replaced. The graceful rounded curves and the elliptical radiator grill had a much more angular wedge design, very popular at the time. The car itself had a very low hood, characterized by retractable headlights and a black rubber bumper, while the side window followed a homogeneous “drop” shape. The body was designed and set up by Pininfarina, with steel and aluminum. The 365 GTC4 was available with standard power-assisted steering, power windows and air conditioning. The Ferrari 365 GTC of the present service was restored a few years ago, and is in excellent condition, with "Ferrari Classiche" Certification and is ASI gold plate approved.

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