1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

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Penned by Filippo Sapino of the legendary automotive design firm Pininfarina, the 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 continues to stand the test of time. This iconic 2+2 grand tourer still makes a lasting impression everywhere it goes, as it should. Unfortunately, it is a rare sighting indeed.

Over the brief two-year production window, Ferrari managed to produce a total of 505 examples of the 365 GTC/4. This is one of them. Even better, you can actually own this ‘72 Ferrari GTC/4 because it is available for sale through the reputable RM Sotheby’s. 

A 4.4L Colombo V12 engine powers this Ferrari to the checkered flag every time you are behind the wheel. With 335 horsepower at your disposal, lighting up the rear tires is a treat every time. A 5-speed manual transmission puts each shift in your hand as you get to hear the glorious purr of this Ferrari V12 engine.

1972 Ferrari 365 GTC 4

As for torque, there is plenty of it in the 365 GTC/4. The V12 pumps out 311 pound-feet of torque. Ferrari used a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout for the 365 GTC/4. The presence of a backseat definitely means you will not find an engine back there.

This particular example features a red exterior, the perfect shade for all things Ferrari. Inside you will find Nero Cogolo leather and the kind of mojo you expect from a fine Italian automobile. Currently, there are only 7,697 miles on the odometer.

With plenty of life left, this 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is looking for a new home. It certainly will garner attention wherever it goes. Enzo Ferrari was very passionate about putting V12 engines in his beloved Prancing Horse cars. Owning a classic Ferrari featuring a V12 engine is a great way to honor his legacy.

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