1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

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SPECIFICATION

  • 25,862 Mileage:
  • 163 mph Top Speed:
  • 1972 Year:
  • 7.0 seconds 0 - 60:
  • 320 BHP:
  • 5 Speed Manual Transmission:
  • Red Exterior Colour:
  • 4390 Engine Capacity:
  • Tan Interior Colour:
  • V12 Engine Configuration:

MODEL HISTORY

Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show of March 1971, the 365 GTC/4 was intended to strike a middle ground between Ferrari’s outgoing four-seat 365 GT 2+2 and the concurrent 365 Daytona. The GTC/4 is generally acknowledged to be a genteel around-town Ferrari yet is capable of an impressive top speed of 163 mph. With only 500 examples produced over a two-year period, the 365 GTC/4 was manufactured in less than one-third of the quantity of the Daytona, giving it the edge over its esteemed stable mate in rarity.

Models for export to the United States were fitted with three-point seat belts, side markers and a number of engine modifications to comply with Federal emission standards, including air injection, carbon canister for evaporative emission control and a different exhaust system. On US-specification cars power was down to 320 bhp from 340 bhp.

Equipment

Air conditioning, Full leather interior, electric windows, tool kit, spare wheel, radio cassette

INTERIOR

Full Leather Beige interior

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION

Front engine rear wheel drive front longitudinal, naturally aspirated  Tipo F101 60 V12 DOHC 2 valves per cylinder 6 side draught weber 38 DCOE Carburetors, Engine block and cylinder heads were aluminum alloy, with cast iron pressed-in sleeves, chain-driven two overhead camshafts per bank (four in total, as noted by the “4” in the model designation). The 5-speed all-synchronized manual transmission was bolted to the engine, another difference from the Daytona which used a transaxle. The gearbox was rigidly connected to the alloy housing of the rear differential through a torque tube.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES

Fitted with 5-Spoke Chromodora Cast Alloy wrapped in  Michelin XWX 215/70 VR 15, with Vented front and rear brakes with vacuum assist

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