To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Monterey event, 15 - 17 August 2019. The fourth of only 168 examples producedDocumented by marque historian Marcel MassiniServiced by GTO Engineering in June 2017An excellent 365 GTC to drive and enjoy Replacing the 330 GTC in late 1968, the Ferrari 365 GTC offered increased displacement over its predecessor, the SOHC V-12 engine now displacing 4,390 cc and with 320 bhp on tap. Furthermore, the 365 also benefitted from the gearbox being integrated with the differential, which gave the car 50/50 weight distribution. Finally, this would be the first road-going Ferrari to feature a fully independent suspension. Autocar magazine’s May 1969 issue quoted a 0–60 mph time of 6.3 seconds, leading to a quarter-mile time of 14.5 seconds at 90 mph with a top speed of 151 mph—performance figures that were very impressive at the time and still more than capable of dispatching the majority of cars on the road today.The fourth 365 GTC produced, chassis number 11969 was originally finished in Azzurro Hyperion over Nero Franzi leather and was completed in November 1968 by the factory in Maranello. A few weeks later, the car was delivered new to the official Ferrari dealer in Geneva, Switzerland. Spending its first few years in Switzerland, the car was eventually exported from Switzerland to the U.S., where it has remained ever since. In September of 1976, the 365 GTC was noted as being sold by an owner in Florida to Michael F. Stevenson of Atlanta. Stevenson kept the car for only two years, selling it to Dr. Ron Freireich of Riverdale, Georgia, who had the car repainted ivory. Freireich went on to keep the car for the following 18 years, ultimately selling 11969 to Dick Hansen in 1996.Receipts from Mr. Hansen’s ownership reflect that he commissioned a major engine rebuild shortly after his acquisition, which was performed by the Bobileff Motor Car Company of San Diego. Two years later, this Ferrari was purchased by Illinois-based collector John Santucci. Receipts from this period reflect that Mr. Santucci regularly serviced the car as needed, with major work including a rebuild of the engine crank pulley and a full rebuild of the suspension.Purchased by Bill Levine of Long Beach, California, in 2005, the 365 GTC was entrusted to Ferrari specialist Norbert Hofer of Gran Touring Classics in Long Beach. With him, the car was fitted with period-correct Campagnolo alloy wheels, the brakes were rebuilt, the interior was fully restored, and some chrome work was completed. Leo Lee of Los Angeles was the next owner, acquiring the car in 2008 and keeping it through 2011. Further mechanical and cosmetic refreshing was completed in December 2011.Presently finished in traditional red over a beige leather interior, the car is presented in excellent, driving condition. More recently, the GTC was comprehensively serviced by GTO Engineering in Los Angeles between 2017 and April 2019, ensuring that the car was ready to be driven and enjoyed as Ferrari intended. Amongst the rarest production Ferraris of its era, the 365 GTC is considered by many to be a truly exceptional and very capable all-around driver, more than ready to comfortably cover large journeys with two passengers and their luggage.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at - details above.
gorgeous Ferrari 365 GT/4 2+2 in very attractive colour combination
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attractive colour combination
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The 365 GTC/4 shares the chassis, wheelbase, suspension and engine with the 365 Daytona, however in the pininfarina designed 2+2 body. To accommodate the more practical nature of the car, the engine was slightly detuned from the Daytona to 340bhp, there was a slightly softer suspension set-up and an .....
1973 Ferrari 365GTB/4 Daytona
Chassis No. 16449
This 1973 Ferrari 365GTB/4 Daytona has been a California car most of it's life up until 2013 and is an absolutely beautiful example. Rosso Bordeaux with Beige interior and just three owners from new. It's an amazing .....
Beautiful FERRARI 365 GT4 2+2, excellent condition.
Last service by Official Ferrari workshop.
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Price is € 115 000, Price in £ is approximation
Beautiful Ferrari 365 GT /4. New delivered new in Sweden, so a European model, and still in a very original condition. Has run only 88.000 original kilometers. Still with its original interior with a wonderful patina. Bodywork is in excellent condition and has nice applications. Paintwork is really .....
This 1976 Ferrari 365GT4 is an extremely desirable and highly collectible car with it's front-mounted carbureted V12 engine mated to a five speed manual gearbox. This rust free example benefits from 30 years of California ownership. It's a European delivery "grey market" car that was imported to the .....
1972 Ferrari 365GTC/4 Coupe
Chassis No. 15655
One of only 500 units produced from 1971-1972, 45,000 Recorded Miles believed to be Original, Factory Delivered in Rare Oro Kelso (Gold) Paint, Documented with Marcel Massini history report, Great Sounding Engine and Driving Feel!
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1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
Chassis # 14079
This Daytona is a lifetime California blue plate car that has been in single ownership since 1974. Owned by a Los Angeles area Dr. he kept and cherished it until his passing and the car remained in the family ownership for 41 years. The car has been .....
FLAGSHIP OF ENZO
The Ferrari 365 GT4 2 + 2 was a car produced from 1972 to 1976 in only 521 specimens including 3 prototypes and 109 with the right guidance. Car desired by Enzo Ferrari, who saw in this model "sport" flagship (then two-door) Prancing Horse. The 365 GT4 is the large tourism in evening .....
The 365 GT4 2+2 was the forerunner to the later Ferrari 400 and 412 and is considered the most desirable of the series. It is easily distinguishable from the later cars by its 6 rear lights and five spoke alloy knock-on wheels. Leather interior, air conditioning and electric windows all came as standard. .....