To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Amelia Island event, 8 - 9 March 2019. Estimate:$180,000 - $220,000 Very nicely presented exampleRetains its original enginePowered by the legendary Columbo V-12One of only 505 examples produced from 1971 1972Documented by marque historian Marcel MassiniWith superb looks and a striking resemblance to its predecessor the fabulous Daytona, the 365 GTC/4 offers both exceptional comfort and stunning performance. With more cabin space due to its elongated chassis, the GTC/4 can accommodate four passengers, their luggage, and whisk them away in quintessential Italian style. Impressively outfitted with ZF power steering, power brakes, radio, and sumptuous Italian leather, the 365 GTC/4 was purpose-built to carry its passengers across the continent at speed and in complete comfort. One of only 505 examples produced from 1971 1972, this Ferrari is much rarer than both its predecessors.According to marque historian Marcel Massini, this 365 GTC/4, chassis no. 14969, was the 130th example built. It was delivered new to Bill Harrah s Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada, in U.S. specification and fitted with power windows, air conditioning, and instrumentation in miles. Though originally delivered in the eye-catching Verde Medio Niyinsky, it has been repainted in its current shade of Nero. The paint remains in very good condition overall, while the interior appears to be largely original and shows a beautiful, inviting patina throughout. It wears highly attractive Cromodora wheels shod with Michelin tires and has been fitted with an aftermarket Blaupunkt stereo system. Included in the sale is its Ferrari tool kit, jack, and owner s manual.Considered by many to be the more practical iteration of the famed Ferrari Daytona, the 365 GTC/4 combines the same aggressive Ferrari styling and the iconic Colombo V-12, but with exceptional practicality. Easily capable of taking to the open road for long-distance tours at speed, this 365 GTC/4 is a wonderful and highly usable example.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am19.
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys Amelia Island event, 8 - 9 March 2019. Estimate:$650,000 - $725,000 Ferrari Classiche certified; matching-numbers drivetrainSophisticated silver over black combinationBeautiful condition throughout; includes many accessoriesMaintained and serviced by Ferrari specialistsDocumented by marque historian Marcel MassiniFerrari s fastest and most expensive production car at the timeA dramatic departure from the outgoing 275 GTB, Ferrari s new 365 GTB/4 berlinetta took the world by storm at the 1968 Paris Salon where it was first shown to the public. Angular and aggressive compared to the more voluptuous 275 GTB, the 365 GTB/4 stayed true to Ferrari s formula of front-engine V-12 grand tourers with amazing performance, while many manufacturers were experimenting with mid-engine designs at the time.With 352 bhp on tap, the 365 GTB/4 certainly did not disappoint. It could sprint to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds on its way to an incredible top speed of 174 mph. This was faster than Lamborghini s Miura P400, making this new Ferrari the fastest production car in the world at the time. Considering its exceptional performance and in celebration of Ferrari s historic 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona, the 365 GTB/4 quickly earned the nickname Daytona by the press and automotive enthusiasts alike.Between 1968 and 1973 Ferrari produced just 1,383 examples of the Daytona. This excellent example was completed on 27 October 1972 as assembly sequence no. 908. Built as a U.S.-specification version with air-conditioning, it was delivered new to William F. Harrah s official West Coast dealership, Modern Motor Classics of Reno, Nevada, in December of that year. The Daytona was originally dressed in Argento Metallizzato (106-E-1) with a Nero (VM 8500) leather interior and fitted with Cromodora wheels. The car was delivered to Hollywood Sport Cars in Los Angeles for initial promotion and remained with its first owner in Southern California for almost 30 years. In November 2008, the car was offered for sale by Larry Alderson of Family Classic Cars in San Juan Capistrano, California, having been previously restored and showing 65,000 miles on the odometer. A year later the silver and black Ferrari was spied at a Cars & Coffee event in Irvine, California, bearing the license plate 4NTL855, and by August 2010, according to a detailed and recent Marcel Massini report, it was promoted by Tom Shaughnessy, a noted Ferrari collector in San Clemente. According to the current owner, who purchased the car in March 2016, the Daytona was restored over several years prior to 2008 on an as-needed basis, always with extreme care to preserve the car s authenticity and integrity. Shortly after acquisition, the Daytona was delivered to a Ferrari dealership, and more than $20,000 of work was completed to ensure it was in perfect running order, as is detailed in a six-page report. It remains to this day in the correct factory color with a superbly straight body, excellent panel fit, and in very good condition both cosmetically and mechanically. The car currently has less than 70,000 miles on the odometer and retains its sleek black leather interior with grey carpets and fully operational air-conditioning, and it has since been fitted with attractive Borrani wire wheels. Not to be overlooked, this gorgeous silver 365 GTB/4 recently underwent an exacting $5,000 detail by Ferrari specialists and is offered today complete with original warranty card, handbooks, and tool kit, as well as the prestigious Ferrari Classiche certification.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am19.
1972 Ferrari 365GTC/4 CoupeChassis No. 15655One 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!Chassis 15655 was completed in June of 1972 as a U.S. version, LHD, with air conditioning and instruments in miles. The car originally wore Oro Kelso (gold) paint, a rare and unusual color from the Pininfarina special colors chart, over black leather upholstery - Delivered new to official Ferrari dealer Chinetti-Garthwaite in Paoli, PA. The C/4 was under care of the original owner until the very late 1970s, when it exchanged hands and exterior paint color. It subsequently transferred ownerships as recorded through Marcel Massinis history report, ultimately ending up in southern California and New Mexico, now red in color. Presently, the Coupe reads just over 45,000 original miles, which are believed to be original, as is the cabins gorgeous black leather upholstery, glass, trim and accessories. The underside appears nicely detailed and in original condition, along with the engine bay and luggage compartment. An original knockoff spanner resides in the rear compartment. As one of just 500 units produced between 1971 and 1972, this example is offered with known ownership and desirable original colors. A recent service was performed with new distributor, plugs and wire and a compression test was performed with good results of 160 PSI per cylinder.Ferrari 365 GTC/4s are now recognized as an impressive value with lasting appeal. They offer wonderful grand touring capability with the exhilarating performance of the 340-horsepower V-12 engine - a true gentlemans sports car.NEW PRICE: $225,000
1972 Ferrari 365GTC/4 This 1972 Ferrari 365GTC/4 is a wonderful original example that could benefit from straightforward recommissioning. Burgundy with tan leather interior, the motor runs but will need servicing. The paint and interior are also showing their age at this point and the car could use cosmetic attention. As one of just 500 units produced between 1971 and 1972, 365 GTC/4s are recognized as an impressive value with lasting appeal. They offer wonderful grand touring capability with the exhilarating performance of the front-mounted 340hp V12 engine. Dont miss the opportunity to own this true gentlemans sports car at an absolute bargain price.Price: $199,500
This Ferrari 365 GTC/4 has undergone an extremely detailed and correct 2 year restoration of everything on this car. Every bolt and nut, everything mechanical, everything interior, suspension, engine, trans, simply everyting has been restored to a make this car very correct and very rare indeed. The entire restoration process is documented and the history of this car is very good. This car had a beautiful body to begin with and was always well kept and maintained. These 365GTC/4 are appreciating rapidly in value. There is no cleaner and no fresher car on the market than this one. This is a great investment grade vehicle that will continue to rise in value and can be driven and enjoyed as well with confiedence of a brand new resotred classic Ferrari!Only 505 365 GTC/4 were ever produced. It is a 2+2 grand tourer produced by Ferrari from 1971 to 1972. It was based on the chassis of the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona.The GTC/4s coup bodywork by Pininfarina enclosed two front and two tiny rear seats,The engine was a Tipo F 101 AC 000 Colombo V12, displacing 4,390 cc (4.4 L; 267.9 cu in).1 #fn1 Engine block and cylinder heads were aluminium alloy, with cast iron pressed-in sleeves; chain-driven two overhead camshafts per bank (four in total, as noter by the 4 in the model designation) commanded two valves per cylinder. 5-speed all-synchronised manual transmission. We have attractive lease and financing options available on all of our inventory. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email email@example.com or call 1-818-773-8181
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San Francisco Sports Cars offers this very special Ferrari 365 for sale. Only 505 GTC/4s were built between 1971 and 1972. This car was delivered new to famed collector Bill Harrah in 1972 with just two Bay Area owners since 1973. It has been looked after locally by Modena Motors and Dino Motors. It is unrestored, well maintained and largely original throughout. The lacquer checking is consistent with what is believed to be original paint. The interior is all original with exception of the drivers seat which was reupholstered by Acker Leather Works in San Francisco. The color is Marrone Colorado, which is a light metallic brown over a beige interior and beige carpets. The dash and center console are finished in their original mouse hair. The 320hp 4.4L Colombo V12 engine shares its block with the Daytona but its 6 twin choke 38 DCOE Weber carburetors are side drafts which allows for the dramatically sloping hood. The 5-speed gearbox attaches to the differential via torque tube and brakes are discs at all four corners. This C4 was equipped from the factory with both options: Borrani wire wheels on Rudge knock off hubs and full Connolly leather trimmed seats in place of the standard leather & fabric. Asking Price: USD $259,995. Leasing and finance options are available - trades are gladly considered. Contact: San Francisco Sports Cars 191 Industrial Rd San Carlos, CA 94070 Brad Goldstone 1-415-847-4169 Sam Cameron 1-415-636-2834 If you have an exotic sports car or an entire collection to consign and are anywhere in California, please consider San Francisco Sports Cars