Used Ferrari 365 GTC4 For Sale
If you are looking for a Ferrari 365 GTC4 for sale, it’s essential to know about these in-demand vehicles as much as possible.
Over two years, only 505 Ferrari 365 GTC4 were produced. At the same time as the Ferrari 365 GTC4, the 365 GTC4 “Daytona” was released.
With four seats, the Ferrari 365 GTC4 featured a completely new design by Pininfarina, who designed and built the body of the car in Turin. The vehicle was known as the “Il Gobbone” or the “humpback.” This nickname was due to the S curve of the body, which curves up from the front wheels.
In the ’70s, many criticized the design as unlike a Ferrari, thanks to its simple shape. But the high quality of construction and timeless shape has seen the Ferrari 365 GTC4 remain an in-demand model.
When it comes to the 1971-1972 Ferrari 365 GTC4 price, this model has rarely dipped in price.
When new, the Ferrari 365 GTC4 price was $3000 more than the “Daytona.” The original sale price was $27500, which, according to the Federal Reserve, was around $2000 more than the average house price.
Throughout their lifespan, the Ferrari 365 GTC4 price has never really wavered. On August 21, 2015, a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC4 set a new record for sale price. The Gooding and Co Pebble Beach auction sold for $561,000.
However, when it comes to the 1971-1972 Ferrari 365 GTC4 price, the average asking price is $309, 877, according to the Ferrari Market Letter, Jan 2018.
While technically a 4-seater, the two seats in the back of the Ferrari 365 GTC4 tend to work better folded down to give you extra storage space.
The Ferrari 365 GTC interior came in 10 color choices: 2 tans, two blues, two red, black, white, gray, and orange. There was also the option to have an all-leather interior or a combination of leather and cloth seat inserts. Air conditioning was fitted as standard.
The US models of the Ferrari 365 GTC4 had a speedometer with a maximum speed of 180 miles per hour, although the actual top speed was proven to be 163 miles per hour. All Ferrari 365 GTC4s have a maximum engine speed of 8000 rpm, with a 7000 redline.