For Sale in eBay on 4/1/2008 for
Offered on eBay (310038227426) in April 2008 as:
1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 in Red with Beige Leather Interior and Black Soft Top. Factory AC, V12, 5-Speed, California Car. This car was cut in 1983 by Claudio Zampoli of Lamborghini fame. During this restoration and cut, the entire chassis and A-pillars were reinforced. This car has 17,780 original miles and has been meticulously maintained. Star mags and high performance tires. 100% mechanically perfect.
For Sale in Russo and Steele Auction on 1/1/2008 for
This car is thought to have been cut by Bob Wallace of Lamborghini fame. It was fully re-enforced during the cut. The car has 14,400 miles and is has been meticulously maintained. It runs extremely well and the drive train is dry and strong.
This car has been shown at 2004 Cavallino, Palm Beach FL where is received a Platinum Award, shown at 2006 Los Angeles Concours where the car received 1st Place, shown at 2007 Italiano Concorso where the car received Gold Award, shown at 2007 Le Belle Macchine d'Italia where the Car received 1st Place, shown at 2007 Ferrari Nationals, Watkins Glen where the Car received Platinum Award, shown at 2007 Palos Verde Concours D’ Elegance where the Car received 1st place, and shown at 2007 Newport Concours D’ Elegance where the Car received 1st place.
For Sale in FML on 7/1/2007 for $149,000.00
365 GTC/4 CABRIOLET CONVERSION, S/N 15713 (1972). Red with tan interior. CD player. 17,175 miles. $149,000. 4/07
Gary Bobileff, Bobileff Motorcar Co., email@example.com, www.bobileff.com, 858-622-1600, fax 858-587-0579 (CA)
For Sale in eBay on 5/1/2008 for $179,000.00
Offered on eBay (190223598695) in May 2008 with a Buy It Now of $179,000 as:
1972 FERRARI 365 GTC/4 SPIDER RED/BEIGE LEATHER BLACK SOFT TOP:Car is absolutely stunning. Car is equipped with factory AC, V12, 5-speed, California car. This car was restored and cut in 1983 by Claudio Zampoli of Lamborghini fame. During the restoration and cut, the entire chassis and A-pillars were reinforced. This car has 17,780 original miles and has been meticulously maintained. Star mags and high performance tires. Sought after by collectors worldwide this beautiful and rare car will be a jewel in any collection. Contact Sports Car Company, INC at (858)452-6060 www.SportsCarCompany.com
For more information contact Jim Lyons toll free at (866)287-9000 or local (858)452-6060.
For Sale in eBay on 8/1/2008 for $145,000.00
After many months of relistings on eBay at $175k, this car was relisted again in August, 2008 with a $30k price reduction, now offered at $145k.
For Sale in Coys Auction on 5/18/2009 for $197,275.00
The Coys Auction, 18th May at The Espace Fontvielle, Monaco.
Registration Number: 15713 Chassis Number: 228
As a car for everyday use, the 365 GTC/4 was extremely practical for a Ferrari, with both power steering and air conditioning fitted as standard, not to mention independently-reclining driver and passenger seats. The striking and stylish coachwork was one of Pininfarina’s most elegant designs and has proved timeless. Only 500 examples of the 365 GTC/4 were produced, all of them coupés. Production only lasted for one year but Ferrari buyers were never the less very impressed.
This low-mileage classic Ferrari was converted to cabriolet specification at the request of its second owner by Californian specialist and Ferrari and Lamborghini restorer Claudio Zampoli. Alongside the conversion, a thorough and complete restoration of the vehicle to very high standard was carried, out with painstaking attention to detail, and due to the cabriolet specification, special attention was given to the car’s framework. This included a complete repsray and the fitting of a new leather interior. The mechanics of this fantastic V 12 Ferrari also received a similar level of attention.
As we understand from the now owner, the car was then sparingly used in the US until he bought it and imported into Europe in 2008/2009 after a thorough inspection in California, where it was serviced by classic Ferrari dealers Symbolic of La Jolla, California. Prior to the car’s shipping, a compression test was carried out by Symbolic (a copy of which is included in the car’s file) and showed an excellent engine condition. The car was then shipped to Rotterdam in late November 2008, and upon its arrival was subject to an expert report in Germany, giving it a 1-, as well as a valuation of € 145,000.
The car later passed the German TÜV in February 2009 without any faults, enabling it to be used and enjoyed for the coming spring and summer season. Unfortunately the German owner fell ill and has reluctantly decided to sell this beautiful vehicle.
Appropriately finished in Ferrari red with tan sumptuous leather interior and polished woodwork to its dashboard, this superb Ferrari 365 GTC 4 comes with a copy of the US title, the relevant customs import paperwork, German TÜV until 2011 and can be registered with these documents in the entire EU without further tax to be paid. A superb opportunity to acquire this superb Ferrari for a very reasonable price.
Cette voiture a séjourné en Californie ou elle fut entretenue par le spécialiste Ferrari et Lamborghini Claudia Zampoli. Elle fut importée en Europe en 2008/2009 après avoir eu une inspection complète par Symbollic de La Jolla en Californie. Elle a été décrite comme étant dans de superbe condition.
En Février 2009, elle a passe son TUV Allemand sans le moindre problème. Elle est maintenant mise en vente avec ses papiers Américains, ses papiers d’importation et sonTUV valable jusqu’en 2011. Elle peut maintenant être immatriculée dans n’importe quel pays d’Europe.
Estimate: €115000 - €135000
Result unknown because car not listed in results at http://www.coys.co.uk/auctions/lot_list.php?id=88&cat=2
For Sale in Barrett Jackson on 2/17/2002 for $110,000.00
Lot #677 - The 365 GTC/4 was a more civilized variant of its fiery stablemate, the Daytona. The six side-draught Weber carburetors provided more low end torque and thus added flexibility albeit at the expense of outright power. In addition, the C/4 came with ZF power steering, a feature that many Daytona owners wished they had, but were to embarrassed to ask for it! This car is one of reputedly four that were adapted by the coachbuilding arm of Ferrari SpA, Carrozzeria Scaglietti, to spider configuration. As such, it is a superb car for both touring in the grand manner or just running down to the market.