The 365 GTC/4 debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1971 and launched Ferrari’s newest, civilized and practical 2+2seat coupe. Mechanically the 365 GTC/4 is closely related to the 365 GTB/4 Daytona but was presented “with its own innovations” including most importantly, power assisted steering, a large trunk and side draft carburettors which allow a lower bonnet line. This is an extremely rare and collectable Ferrari
As Road and Track said in its July 1972 review of the car: “In all, a graceful, clean and understated design with subtleties one discovers only by looking it over carefully. One might say this model is a Ferrari for the mature enthusiast.” Or Winston Goodfellow was quoted in the Forza 365 GTC/4 Buyer’s Guide as saying: “The styling is so elegantly low-key that the model is often overlooked.” Many Ferrari enthusiasts will tell you that the 365 GTC/4 is either “the most under-rated Ferrari” or “The best sounding Ferrari ever made” or both; listen to a 365 GTC/4 run through 1st and 2nd gears!
Our car # 14931 was supplied new by Luigi Chietti Motors, USA. The car was commissioned to be built in Avorio with Nero hide, as the car is presented today.
On Hexagon Classics acquisition, we undertook the following re commissioning works:
•Complete bare metal re-paint in the original colour Avorio the Tetrarch 2.662.016
•Re-Trim of interior in Original Colour Nero VM8500 Hide
•Extensive mechanical refurbishment by official Ferrari service centre
•Refurbishment of Alloy Wheels and fitment of new tyres
•Engine and Suspension Upgrades in period
Without doubt a unique opportunity to acquire this rare and highly desirable concours prepared V12 Coupe,
This particular 365GTC/4 represents superb value for money for a 1970’s collectable Ferrari and one which will surely prove to be a great investment.
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