For Sale in FML on 8/1/2005 for $72,500.00
365 GTC/4, S/N 15359 (1972 USA prod.). Red with black leather. Runs out great, needs a few cosmetic improvements, but overall a good car. Wire wheels and books but no tools. 48,300 miles. $72,500. 8/05
Steve Barney, Sport Auto, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sportauto.us, 336-643-9595 (NC)
For Sale in FML on 11/1/2008 for $109,500.00
365 GTC/4, S/N 15359 (1972 USA prod.). Red with black leather. 50,000 miles, some tools and jack, books, Choice of wooden or leather steering wheel. Borrani wire wheels. Drive anywhere. $109,500. 11/08
Steve Barney, Sport Auto, email@example.com, http://www.sportauto.usrtauto.us, 336-643-9595 (NC)
For Sale in eBay on 6/11/2009 for $119,000.00
eBay Item 220427020010 by Sports Car Company in La Jolla with Buy It Now of $119,000. Taken in on trade in North Carolina. Generically described as:
1972 FERRARI 365 GTC4 RED BLACK EXCEllENT RESTORATION: Collectors worldwide seek the superb Ferrari 365 GTC4. Restored to outstanding condition this car runs and drives beautifully. Industry experts agree that the Ferrari 365 GTC4 is the investors choice in a 12 cylinder Ferrari. This exceptional car has had a full major engine service completed and runs and drives like new.
For more information contact Sports Car Company, Inc. Toll Free at (866)287-9000 or Local (858)452-6060 www.SportsCarCompany.com
For Sale in eBay on 9/9/2009 for $99,500.00
Relisted by Sports Car Company 220478199846 for $99,500 Buy It Now obo. Same description and pictures.
For Sale in eBay on 10/5/2009 for $82,500.00
Rosso Corsa with Black leather interior and Black carpets, 5-speed manual, Factory air conditioning and Borrani wire wheels.
This 365 GTC/4 is an older restoration, it is owned by a good client-friend of ours, it will be offered-priced extremely fairly with the following noted in the description so that there are no surprises.
The GTC/4 has recently received a full service maintenance by an authorized Ferrari dealer in the very recent past.
Cosmetically it is very nice driver plus status, interior is in excellent condition with honest patina, mechanically it runs and drives extremely well, the gearbox is excellent and structurally the car is excellent with no surprises. As per our checklist the following items should be serviced within a suitable time frame. Front shock bushings, suspension spring seats, power steering is no t working (must be diagnosed), there is a small coolant leak (must be diagnosed), will require motor mounts in the nearer future, rear self-leveling shock absorbers are leaking as they do, we recommend the Koni’s update to new shocks with helper springs, this is a much than the original self-levelers, it will need various rear suspension bushings, the front bonnet padding is falling, the fuse panel covers are missing, the interior headliner lights are not working, the right speaker and antenna are not working, the interior shift boot has a rip and we recommend new door seals.
Please note, all brake calipers and lines are new and the ignition system has been converted to electronic. The center console-shift-switch panel has been recovered from original aluminum to wood veneer in the past and the wood steering wheel is not the original type, the original steering wheel for a GTC/4 is leather wrapped with silver aluminum center.
This 365 GTC/4 is a great starter 12-cylinder Ferrari for an enthusiast. It is complete with books and factory jack/bag, priced fairly for immediate sale.
For Sale in eBay on 10/30/2009 for $82,500.00
Relisted as item number 200400321237. Same description and photos.
For Sale in FML on 11/9/2009 for $85,000.00
365 GTC/4, S/N 15359 (1972 USA prod). Red with black interior. Borranis. Older restoration, recent full service maintenance by authorized Ferrari dealer. Cosmetically it is "driver plus" status, interior in excellent condition with honest patina, mechanicals and gearbox are excellent, structurally excellent, no suprises. $85,000. 10/09
Autosport Designs, Inc. Tom Papadopoulos, Long Island, NY. www.autosportdesigns.com, 631-425-1555, fax 631-425-6185
For Sale in FML on 5/27/2010 for $115,000.00
365 GTC/4, S/N 15359 (1972 USA prod.). Red with black leather. Borranis, recent full service by Autosport Designs. Excellent cosmetics, mechanicals, suspension and brakes. Older, honest, well maintained interior. Needs nothing to be used and enjoyed. $115,000. 3505
Autosport Designs, Inc., Tom Papadopoulos, Long Island, NY, www.autosportdesigns.com, 631-425-1555, fax 631-425-6185
For Sale in Russo & Steele Auction Monterey 2011 on 9/3/2011 for $79,000.00
Vehicle to be offered WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder August 18 - 20th, at Russo and Steele's 11th Annual "Sports & Muscle at The Marriott" in Downtown Monterey, California. Please contact us for more information.
Debuting at the Geneva Auto Show in March of 1971, the 365 GTC/4 was Ferrari`s most expensive and top of the line offering. It shares its V12 with the 365GTB/4 “Daytona” but also features power steering, air conditioning and comfortable seats making it the perfect balance between a thoroughbred sports car and a luxury grand touring car. The C/4’s are also fitted with side-draft Weber carburetors making it universally recognized as having the most beautiful exhaust note of any road-going V12 Ferrari.
This 1972 C/4 was originally delivered to Harrah USA with U.S. specifications. The exterior is an older cosmetic restoration in Rosso Corsa and the interior is the original black leather. The factory Borrani wire wheels are currently fitted with proper Michelin XWX tires.
Cosmetically it is very nice “driver plus” condition retaining its ease of control, fantastic performance and that beautiful V12 sound. Interior is in very good condition with an honest patina. With approximately 50,000 original miles, mechanically it runs and drives extremely well. The gearbox is excellent and has recently acquired a full servicing including a new clutch, air-conditioning service and new power-steering. It is complete with books and factory jack/bag.
The 365 GTC/4 is by far the most sought after of the luxury touring models of the era, and has enjoyed considerable appreciation in recent years. And with only 500 examples produced, the 365 GTC/4 was manufactured in less than one-third the quantity of the Daytona, giving it the edge in rarity.
Sold at Sale price: $86,900 (assume $79,000 hammer price plus $7,900 buyer's fee).
For Sale in In person on 8/16/2015 for
This was for sale at Russo and steel in Monterey 2015. Saturday lot. Unknown result.
For Sale in eBay on 10/28/2016 for $349,990.00
1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 4.4L V12 5-Speed Manual Transmission Red Over Black Leather Interior Borrani Wire Wheels Michelin XWX Tires Complete Tool Kit Owners Manual And Spare Parts Book Jack Kit Older Cosmetic Restoration Original Interior Excellent Driver. The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 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. In the very short two-year production run 505 examples of the GTC/4 were produced. Its chassis and drivetrain, however, were carried over mostly unaltered (apart from a wheelbase stretch to provide more satisfying rear seat room) on its successor, the 1972 365 GT4 2+2. Ferrari of Atlanta 678-802-5000
For Sale in FML on 2/20/2017 for $349,900.00
Red with black interior. Borrani wire
wheels, Michelin XWX tires. An older cosmetic restoration with original interior.
Excellent driver. Complete tool kit, owner’s manual, spare parts book and jack kit.
51,359 miles. $349,990. 4204
Ferrari of Atlanta, www.ferrarimaseratiofatlanta.com, 678-802-5000 (GA)
For Sale in Bonhams on 6/4/2017 for $280,000.00
Greenwich, June 2017
This marvelous 365 GTC/4 was originally delivered to its first owner through Ferrari's West Coast distributor, William Harrah's Modern Classic Motors of Nevada. Dressed in Rosso Corsa (International Racing Red) with black leather interior and black carpets, this 365 GTC/4 is spectacular with Borrani wheels and the correct restored factory steering wheel. It comes with the 5-speed manual transmission and factory air conditioning.
The ownership of this car has been documented by Marcel Massini and is accompanied by a service history. At some point the car was restored and it was obviously cared for and serviced by dedicated collectors throughout its lifetime, as it remains in fine condition and is as impressive on the road as it is on the concours lawn.
Currently showing 51,000 original miles on the odometer, the car recently underwent a thorough engine servicing as well as suspension and brake work. This Ferrari has received a refurbished interior and new carpets. The center console wood veneer has been refinished, and the air conditioning overhauled. Detailed attention was paid to the restoration of the Borrani wheels and new Michelin XWX tires and factory bonnet pad were fitted. Close inspection will demonstrate that panel fit and body gaps are very good. Add to this the visceral tailpipe soundtrack of the legendary Ferrari V12, and the package is complete - a surefire wish-list item for any dedicated Ferrari collector.
This GTC/4 comes with books, tools, factory jack, hammer and history file.
For Sale in Kieth martin market mag, monterey 2017 issue on 8/24/2017 for
Not sold at auction with a bid of 190k
For Sale in Web on 7/12/2022 for $250,000.00
Reimel Motor Cars is proud to offer this 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 with only 52,425 miles. Finished in Rosso Scuderia exterior paint over Black leather interior.
Considered the "Gentleman's GT" of the era, due to power steering and factory air conditioning, only 505 Ferrari 365 GTC/4s were manufactured.
This example was originally delivered through Ferrari's West Coast distributor, William Harrah's Modern Classic Motors and sold to Mr. Fred Fohl of Encino, California. Fred owned the car well into the 1980s and had it painted during his ownership. During the early 1990s, the car was owned by Hubert Phipps of West Palm Beach, Florida. In October 2005, it was purchased by Richard Becherer of Cullowhee, North Carolina who owned the car until 2009. Steve Barney of North Carolina was the next owner, and then Vince Burgos of California.The car was then sold to AutoSport Designs of Huntington Station, New York who performed comprehensive mechanical reconditioning. The car was subsequently purchased by John Barrett of Athens, Georgia in 2011.
In 2018, Ambrosio Concepts of Colorado performed a total restoration. The car was disassembled and taken down to bare metal. Factory correct windshield, rear glass, and passenger door glass were installed. Factory correct mouse hair material was sourced for the dash. All stainless steel trim was polished and all chrome pieces were re-chromed - and the Borrani wheels were restored as well.
The car is accompanied by books, tools, jack, and comprehensive service history.
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