Engine: 4.4L V-12
(320-bhp @ 6,200-rpm)
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Mileage Reads: 93,731 K
The 365GT4 was initially produced along-side the venerable Daytona — but while engine displacement and Pininfarina styling share commonality, the GT4 is a completely different car; offering leather interior, power windows, power steering and air conditioning as standard, this is a true GT car in every sense and was driven by Enzo himself. With only 524 cars produced between 1972-1976, the 365 GT4 is also one of the rarer Ferraris available today.
Over the last 12 months, this particular car has been the recipient of a tasteful refreshment and routine maintenance items. This is an excellent car mechanically. Along with the basics, thoughtful restoration was applied to the engine bay, suspension and interior. The Weber carbs were rebuilt and balanced while the upper engine parts were stripped and re-coated with original type finish. Valves were adjusted and water pump and ignition rebuilt. Suspension bushings were replaced, shocks replaced (including custom made coil-overs in the rear) and the car was aligned and balanced. Exterior work has included minor touch-ups to the gorgeous paint and detailing as necessary. Interior refreshments were made wherever a part was deemed imperfect — Soft materials were replaced to mend scratched or worn areas to the upholstery and other pieces were replaced with original parts where able. When a part was unavailable, parts were duplicated from original using 3-D printing to give this car the period-correct details you see today.
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