This striking 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is in Rosso Chiaro with
Beige and has LESS than 39k original miles.
This 365 was sold new in mid 1972 at Lugi Chinetti Motor Cars in Greenwich, CT. (A 1972 USA model).
This car is in great running and driving condition with the expected 365 GTC/4 exhaust note second to none.
Paint is as new, complete re-spray in it's original color three years ago. The body is very straight. There is no evidence of accident or rust repairs to the body, underside or chassis.
The chrome and stainless trim, gaskets, window glass and lenses are all in very good to excellent condtion and are original.
The interior is in good condition with some patina. Non mouse fur dash with no damage or shrinkage. Gages (with the exception of the water gage), vent/hearter controls, and windows work as designed.
Correct Cromodora mag wheels with New Michelin XWX tires mounted.
An upper end rebuild was done in 2000 at 33,387 miles, records are available.
Recent service includes minor brake work, new water pump, new tires and all fluids changed.
Known history on car #14971:
TYPE: 365 GTC/4
CHASSIS: Tipo F101AC 100
MOTOR: Tipo F101AC 000
ASSY #: 135
MODEL: USA production
Identified as 365 GTC/4. Destinazione Chinetti, USA. Assembly sequence no. 135, body no. 158. (H. Raab's Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed).
In stock 18 Apr 1972 at Luigi Chinetti Motors, Greenwich, CT/USA. New. Rosso cherry with beige interior. Fitted with radio and a/c. (LCM records).
Seen Aug. 1977 at FCA Central States Region meet, owned by Jim Greenwell. (Prancing Horse No. 51).
The original books, tools and jack roll will be presented to the new owner.
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