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1974 Rare Classic V12 Ferrari, 1 of only 395 in Lhd. For Sale

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  • £102,000 As stated
  • 1974
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Price £102,000 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Ferrari
Model 365
  365 GT/4 - central lock wheels
Year 1974
Country France
Region International
Telephone +33 630096491
Status Trade
Date 28-Aug-2020
Ref C893031
The FERRARI 365 GT4 2+2 is powered by a wet-sump version of the Daytona engine. Design is by Leonardo Fioravanti (Pininfarina), the genius who penned the Daytona and the BB.

Compared to its predecessor the "Queen Mary", this 4-cam version has a lower and shorter bodywork, and a completely innovative and elegant style, a sheer PininFarina masterpiece. This automobile is a palace powered by the most famous engine in the world, and built in limited edition: hardly 400 LHD examples, fewer than the Daytona...

This is the very last Ferrari V12 thoroughbred below 100.000 €. Manual 5-speed gearbox, 340 BHP make it a thrilling experience to drive. The 365 GT4 2+2 boasts exclusive central-lock wheels taken from racing Ferraris, and a magnificent row of six rear lights, only shared with the 365 BB.

Not to be confused with the 400 and 412, with more common 5-bolt wheels, and lacking the exclusive and classy 6 rear lights arrangement, the 365 GT/4 is the "original edition" and therefore most sought-after.

Our example is finished in a rare shade of medium grey with a hint of blue. Unlike many period Ferraris which have been tampered with, the condition of this 365 GT4 is excellent, with strong engine, smooth transmission, beautiful cosmetics, and a wonderful exhaust "soundtrack".

No pleasure can replace the driving experience of a period V12 Ferrari, and in addition, when you are confident that your investment is safe, the satisfaction is complete.

The 365 GT4 with its legendary powerplant is simply the very last Enzo-era V12 Ferrari at this level of price.

In comparison, the rather common Testarossa, a Fiat-era model, of which over 7000 have been built is a higher-production volume "industrial" Ferrari, and lacking the V12- aura. The 365 GT/4 is truly the last Enza-era V12 Ferrari.

The market value of this ultra rare and fine automobile is therefore still very likely to rise further in the future, given its unique character.

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Part exchange with a Classic might be considered.
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