1972 Ferrari 365 for sale 101343741
1972 Ferrari 365
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1972 Ferrari 365

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Grand touring cars capable of seating four have long been a part of Ferrari s strategy to both satisfy its buyer base and, perhaps more nobly, finance the Pracing Horse s racing efforts. After all, to this day, Ferrari remains first and foremost a racing team, albeit one that just happens to build some of the world s highest-performance road going cars. The angular and modern 365 GTC/4 that bowed in March of 1971 at the Geneva Motor Show was introduced to replace the curvaceous 365 GTC, and it clearly took advantage of Pininfarina s new wind tunnel. Gone were the distinctive dual round headlamps that had defined Pininfarina s designs for ages, as they were hardly aerodynamic. In their place stood a wedge shape, one that has weathered the ages especially well. The streamlined and decidedly sporty 365 GTC/4 heralded a new era for both Ferrari and supercar manufacturers on the whole. Underneath its stretched and honed sheet metal sat a 4,390-cubic centimeter V-12 powerplant that, although sharing its displacement with the Daytona s engine, utilized twin Weber side-draft carburetors in order to clear the low hood. The engine boasted an alloy block and all-new cylinder heads, as well as two overhead camshafts per bank, with four in total, which is a figure that is denoted in the car s /4 nomenclature. A five-speed manual gearbox, rather than the Daytona s transaxle, put power to the Pirelli-wrapped rear wheels. Given that the GTC/4 was intended to be more of a touring car than the sporty Daytona, its engine output was detuned to 340 horsepower for the European market and 320 horsepower in order to comply with stricter American emissions regulations. The GTC/4 was modern yet not quite lavish inside, but it did have room for four, assuming that the rear-seat passengers were of a shorter stature due to its sloping roofline. Uniquely, the 365 GTC/4 was available in both full leather hides and, for buyers more inclined for a modern look, a combination of leather and Tartan

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