-Grigio Argento (Silver-Grey) over Nero Cogolo (Black with Red seat
inserts), Red carpeting, Restored, 4.4 Liter V12 engine, 5-speed
manual, Matching Numbers, Factory Air Conditioning, Borrani wheels,
Documented by Massini, Exceptional throughout.
The 365 GTC/4 has been called the civilized brother to the Daytona
due to its power steering, more civilized road manners around town
and probably the best air condition system of the vintage Ferraris.
Produced for only two years, only 505 examples were manufactured
for the world markets.
This 365 GTC/4 was the 95th produced of the total GTC/4 production
run and was built in December of 1971. Originally delivered to
Luigi Chinetti Motors in Greenwich, CT in early 1972, the GTC/4 was
sold to its first owner in California, who owned the car for
Having always been properly serviced and maintained throughout its
life, this GTC/4 received a restoration in 2015 while keeping an
emphasis on originality. Anything and everything were addressed as
needed with all mechanicals gone through. The car was disassembled,
taken down to bare metal and correctly painted in its original
color of Grigio Argento. Painted by Ferrari of Orange County, CA,
they used Glasurit Urethane paint, solvent-based, and clear coat.
The 365 retains the correct Becker Mexico radio and factory
With superb previous long-term collector ownerships, this GTC/4 has
been well kept and cared at all times and will offer its new owner
enjoyment with no surprises. The gearbox and clutch are excellent,
the body gaps are excellent, the structure is excellent with no
rust and this GTC/4 has never sustained any accident damage.
One of the best driving and most usable of the 1970s vintage
Ferrari models, not to mention probably if not certainly, one of
the best sounding V12 Ferraris of all time. Recent serviced with
GTO Engineering of Los Angeles, this GTC/4 is complete with books,
tools, factory jack, hammer, wheel tool, restoration and service
documents and ownership history including Massini report.