For Sale in FML on 8/1/1991 for
Offered 1981 by Toni Erker, West Germany. Red with black leather. 40,000 km. Inspected at Maranello. (FML 0616).
For Sale in LATimes on 10/28/1984 for
Offered 1984 by Walt McCune, Agoura Hills, CA/USA. Red with black leather. Borranis with new XWXs. (LATimes 28 Oct 1984).
For Sale in RM Auctions on 2/4/2015 for $231,696.00
The 365 GTC/4 Registry shows this example to be the 162nd of just 500 constructed in Modena during an 18-month span. Copies of the German registration document show that the car was first registered on 21 March 1973. The car was then owned by Margot Detzel, who had the Ferrari registered in her name on 6 August 1980. The following year, this car was offered for sale by Toni Erker, of Erkelenz, Germany. At that time, it was described as being painted red with black leather. The consignor acquired it from ER Sportwagen, of Bad Breisig, in August 1981, and then, in March 1982, after an extensive mechanical overhaul in Italy, it was shipped to the Canary Islands, where the car was road-registered in the consignor’s name in 1985. Today, it appears in Argento Auteuil, its original colour, with a plush Nero leather interior, and its odometer shows 32,987 kilometres. More recently, it was ITV certified on 21 October 2014.
The owner notes that the Ferrari is exceptionally well tuned and continues to drive smoothly, with immediate response. Perhaps Road & Track magazine summed up the 365 GTC/4 best when declaring it "a fine car for a cross-country trip in any weather…Less mechanical thrash comes through from the engine room than in any previous Ferrari, and the controls are smoother and lighter than ever, making the car deliciously easy to drive well".