- 505 cars produced
- Only 42 were factory RHD
- First sold new in Surrey UK, Dundee Scotland first registered owner
- Original Ferrari service handbooks, warranty card and spare keys
- History folder tracing it past maintenance history
- 2+2 seating layout
- 4.4L Colombo V12 was producing 340bhp
- Original tool box
This vehicle was first sold new in Surrey UK, to its original purchaser in Dundee Scotland in 1972 as a factory RHD, where it remained there for some years until the May 2012, when it was imported to Australia by its previous owner. The vehicle received a full ground up restoration to return it to near new condition. This included a full bare metal respray, engine rebuild and new trim by UK based Kent High Performance Cars in 2005/06
The car is accompanied by a very large history folder tracing back its maintenance to the UK as well as all works carried out in Australia to verify the genuine mileage, it also retains its original tool box.
The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 was introduced in 1971 with production ending after just 18 months in 1972. It was based on the legendary 365 GTB/4 chassis and engine partnership with a slightly lengthened wheel base to accommodate a 2+2 seating layout with Pininfarina opting for very similar styling to the “Daytona”.
It did however come with softer suspension to allow for far superior comfort to transform the GTC/4 into a legendary grand tourer. The 4.4L Colombo V12 was producing 340bhp with a top speed of 262km/h and of the 505 cars produced, only 42 were factory RHD.
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