Same family and engine as a ‘Daytona’. All previous models rolled into one! >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier (sales): 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) email@example.com Olivier (after sales): 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) firstname.lastname@example.org Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 09-11/09/2016 Open Door Event @OLDTIMERFARM 20-23/10/2016 Auto Moto Depoca Padova - Italy 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussels - Belgium 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 03-05/03/2017 Antwer
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Chassis # 14419 Engine # 00008 Documented by Marcel Massini Ferrari Classiche Certification Pending Delivered New To Sergio Pininfarina The 6th GTC/4 Produced & PF Press/Demo Car Complete With Books, Tools, Jack & Spare $130,000+ Mechanical Restoration Just Completed by Fast Cars Ltd. Details The relationship between Sergio Pininfarina and Enzo Ferrari is one that continues to be filled with a charismatic synergy to create, like two artists, the form and function that we know today as the Ferrari. This seemingly eternal relationship started in 1951 and over 200 designs later has no end in sight. Pininfarina is responsible for the silhouettes & style of the 250 GTO, 275, 246 Dino, and even contemporary concept creations such as the P4/5. In short, Pininfarina is an essential part of not only coach building history, but also Ferrari’s history. There is one very notable point in this 65-year history that highlights the example on offer, specifically. The 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4, Chassis # 14419 is likely the most important example of the model to be offered to the public in recent years. According to the accompanying Massini Report, Chassis # 14419 was the 6 th off the line and was ord
The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 had its grand debut at the 1967 Paris Salon as the replacement for the popular 330 GT 2+2. Its styling owes much to the rare and wonderful 500 Superfast, with the same elegant oval grille, sweeping nose and fastback profile. Under the bonnet is a 4.4- litre Tipo 245 Colombo V12, producing some 320hp, which is coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox. A key innovation on the 365 GT 2+2 was the hydropneumatic self- levelli ng independent rear suspension, which maintains a consistent ride height regardless of load. Unlike so many 2+2s, the rear seats of the 365 GT offer genuine comfort in accommodating passengers, with deep cushioned backrests and leather-trimmed armrests. The spacious interior also features conveniences such as air-conditioning and electric windows, with beautiful detailing to the switchgear throughout the cabin. This particular Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 is an original UK RHD example, specified from the factory in the handsome colour combination of Grigio Mahmoud with dark blue Connolly hide and dark blue carpets - a scheme it retains to this day. In our hands t h is Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 has undergone a substantial overhaul, including a total engine rebui
We are very pleased to offer one of the most important factory Daytona Spider. First of all this Daytona Spider is the first production car delivered by Ferrari. Second it is just one of only 18 European spec Daytona Spider made at the works having the european spec engine developing more torque compared to the later coming US version. And third this Daytona Spider had been equipped with an optional stainless steel hardtop with two removable targa tops. According to our research there are only three Daytona Spider existing with an optional hardtop. But this is the one and only with the two targa roofs. Beside the stainless steel hardtop it had received by the factory as well the normal softtop frame which has been deliverd to each factory Daytona Spider. In our opinion this Daytona Spider is the most interesting car out of a production run of only 122 cars made in total. The car has a complete history from day one having been delivered to its first owner in Italy. Later it has been from 1975 with a well known owner in Switzerland who sold it to the famous Albert Obrist collection in 1982. Albert Obrist sold it to the Swiss based collector Jürg Heer. Later it was sold to Sweden in t
1972 Ferrari 365GTC/4 Coupe Chassis No. 15655 One of only 500 units produced from 1971-1972, 45,000 Recorded Miles believed to be Original, Factory Delivered in Rare Oro Kelso (Gold) Paint, Documented with Marcel Massini history report, Great Sounding Engine and Driving Feel! Chassis 15655 was completed in June of 1972 as a U.S. version, LHD, with air conditioning and instruments in miles. The car originally wore Oro Kelso (gold) paint, a rare and unusual color from the Pininfarina special colors chart, over black leather upholstery - Delivered new to official Ferrari dealer Chinetti-Garthwaite in Paoli, PA. The C/4 was under care of the original owner until the very late 1970's, when it exchanged hands and exterior paint color. It subsequently transferred ownerships as recorded through Marcel Massini's history report, ultimately ending up in southern California and New Mexico, now red in color. Presently, the Coupe reads just over 45,000 original miles, which are believed to be original, as is the cabin's gorgeous black leather upholstery, glass, trim and accessories. The underside appears nicely detailed and in original condition, along with the engine bay and luggage compartment
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: S/N: 14971 TYPE: 365 GTC/4 BODY: Coupe CHASSIS: Tipo F101AC 100 MOTOR: Tipo F101AC 000 ASSY #: 135 BODY#: 158 MO
Ferrari 365 GTC/4 1972. This rare and sought after classic Ferrari was delivered new to Melbourne and is in outstanding original condition. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service : This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
Variant: 365 GTB/4 The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was first displayed at the Paris Auto Salon back in 1968. This was the highly anticipated successor to the most expensive and fastest street legal Ferrari ever built - the 275 GTB/4. The car shown in Paris was built by Pininfarina and showcased the glorious lines which the car is now known for. The unofficial name of ""Daytona"" was applied by the media to pay homage to Ferrari's 1-2-3 win at Daytona 24 hour race in 1967. The 365 GTB/4 was the last V12 Ferrari to be designed before Fiat took over control of the road car production after purchasing 40% of the shares. The early cars featured the headlights sat in the front nose behind a piece of plexiglass. The later cars (such as this one) featured twin retractable lights which is deemed to give the front end a much cleaner look to it. This particular car was originally supplied to the UK first registered in November 1973. It comes with an extensive folder of history and also complete with it's Classiche folder.
1976 Ferrari 365GT4 This 1976 Ferrari 365GT4 is an extremely desirable and highly collectible car with it's front-mounted carbureted V12 engine mated to a five speed manual gearbox. This rust free example benefits from 30 years of California ownership. It's a European delivery "grey market" car that was imported to the US in the early 1980's. It now has just 83k kilometers and runs and drives excellent. The clutch was replaced at 55k kilometers and the timing chain at 65k kilometers. The car was repainted in 1982 in red over black from the original silver. An excellent driver and a superb buy for any Ferrari collector or enthusiast alike. Price: $79,500
European delivered. One of the 150 cars built Air conditioned. Matching numbers. Ferrari Classiche eligible.
1970 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 s/n 13659 Dark Blue with Black Leather Interior At the time of its introduction, the 365 GT 2+2 represented significant advances for Ferrari, particularly their 2+2 models. The combination of independent suspension all around for the first time on a 2+2 model and the new torque tube arrangement made the cars quieter, more comfortable, and more capable than ever before. The inclusion of additional convenience and luxury features further enhanced the car's comfort, with standardized power steering and air conditioning. The familiar front-mounted 4.4 liter V12 and attractive Pininfarina styling ensured that the car retained all of the traditional positive Ferrari traits, ensuring an authentic vintage Ferrari experience and an excellent value compared to other front-engined V12 Ferraris from the same period. In all, just 800 examples were built, making these cars quite rare as well. This car was completed in September of 1970 and was originally light blue metallic. It was sold new by Dino Ravasio & Sons, the Ferrari concessionaire in Verona, Italy, to its first owner, Melzi S.p.A. of Rome. The car was serviced at the Ferrari factory in November of 1970 and June
1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 s/n 16057 Anthracite with Black Leather Interior When introduced, the 365 GTC/4 was Ferrari's top of the line model, a sort of gentleman's express that brought the performance and experience of the 12-cylinder front-engined cars with a degree of comfort and refinement that made the car more usable. With a comfortable, relaxed seating position, more interior space, functional air conditioning, and power steering, the 365 GTC/4 achieves a pleasant balance between a thoroughbred sports car and a luxury grand touring car, and is considerably less exhausting to drive than the 365 GTB/4"Daytona" produced during the same period. The 365 GTC/4 is the most mechanically sophisticated and highest performance of the classic 2+2 Ferraris, and has enjoyed considerable appreciation in recent years. This particular is an exceptionally high quality example that won a Platinum award at Cavallino in January of 2014, which independently verifies that is among the best examples available. Originally a European delivery car, this car remains in European trim, with no smog equipment, no side reflectors, European amber rear lenses, and Italian market clear front lenses. This example
This absolutely stunning 1968 Ferrari 365GTC Chassis No. 12315 is one of only 168 built and comes with factory A/C and wire wheels. Red with tan interior. It's won numerous FCA Platinum and Best of Show awards. It's been fully restored and show detailed and has had a complete engine and suspension rebuild by Doug Pirrone at Berlinetta. The 365GTC was essentially a re-engine of the 330 GTC/GTS, with the engine increasing from 4.0 liters and 300 horsepower to 4.4 liters and 320 horsepower. The styling remained almost unchanged: on both body styles differences were limited to vents moved from behind the front wheels to the bonnet. An exceptional Ferrari in every aspect for only $825,000.
Full Ferrari Classiche certification with great history The introduction of the graceful 365GT 2+2 in 1969 marked the first time a Ferrari could be bought with power steering as standard and with air-conditioning. The styling was heavily influenced by the rare and hand built 500 Superfast. Fitted with the same 320 hp 4.4 litre V12 as the 365GTC this 4 seaters is a much more relaxed and faster touring car than the preceding 330 and 250 2+2’s. #12623 is a fine matching numbers example of one of only about 60 cars built in RHD and showing only 83,500 miles. - On July 4th 1969 it was delivered new in Australia by the then Importer W.H.Lowe & Co. to A Dr. Downey. It remained in Australia until the current owner exported the car to the UK in 2014. Originally it was finished in Bianco with a beige interior. The original warranty card is still with the car! - In 1987 it transferred to Ian Buddery, president of the Ferrari Owners Club of New South Wales, Australia, who in 1990 restored the car for a cost of A$120,000, which at the time probably exceeded the value of the car. He changed it from Rosso red to metallic dark charcoal grey. With a nicely chosen contrasting beige interior and sitt
Grigio metallic with black interior. The car is stunning and has been carefully maintained and has won a Ferrari concours. Fitted with a period radio and airconditioning to period specification with a concealed mp3 socket. Maintained regardless of cost - hence it's stunning condition. 1 of 26 rhd made worldwide - this car is fantastic to drive and a very strong performer.
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The Daytona on offer has been originally delivered to the USA and went through the MCM Modern Classic Motors, Reno, Nevada which was the early Ferrari dealership of Bill Harrah. The original specification was Giallo Fly with Nero hide. It left the US into direction Switzerland in the late eighties where it was part of one of the most well known car collection. We were able to purchase the car around 2003 and sold it short time later to a private individual in Germany. The last German owner kept it for the next 12 years always perfectly maintained in this time at one of the most recommended Ferrari mechanics in Germany.The car is accompanied by a file of bills documenting the work which has been carried out over the years. We confirm that the car still has its original interior and carpets in fantastic condition. The original mouse hair on the dashboard is still in original condition and reflects the 53 000 mls which are shown on the speedo. The engine compartment is nicely detailed after the engine has been taken apart recently.It is equipped with the 7 1/2 Zoll Borrani wire wheels in the front and rear as delivered in 1973. And we are able to affirm as well that it runs and drives
This stunning Ferrari 365 is presented in Rosso Rubino with full black leather interior. The 365 GTC/4 is well know as the big brother of the wonderful Daytona and this 1971 model has been kept in immaculate condition by its two previous owners and has a very low mileage of 30,779 miles. The 365 is a time capsule of excellence and it is a rare opportunity to own this prestigious car which is considered by many to be a fantastic investment considering is family lineage.
--Rosso Rubino with Tan leather interior and Tan carpets, 39,000 from new, 5-speed manual, Borrani wire wheels, Documented by Massini. This 365 GTC/4 was originally shipped to Chinetti-Garthwaite Inc. in Paoli, Pennsylvania in its current configuration. As per historian Marcel Massini documented this as the 351st example built and purchased new by Glenn and Albert Turner of Maryland and housed in their collection from 1972 through 2007. In 2007, it was acquired by noted Ferrari collector Mr. L. du Pont and earned a spot in his renowned stable. While in Mr. DuPont’s care, the car received an extensive and well-documented mechanical restoration that included attention to the engine, gearbox, suspension, exhaust, brakes as well as other ancillary systems. At the end of this process, only the exterior paint and excellent original upholstery were left untouched. In 2010, this 365 GTC/4 was sold by Autosport Designs, Inc. to its most recent owner. Since, this GTC/4 has been maintained in excellent condition throughout. The C4 was recently repainted in its original color, its well-preserved original interior remains to show the extent of care this C4 has been given to date. Having covered
--Azzuro Metalizatto with Blue leather interior and Blue carpets, Restored, Cromodora 5-star wheels, Documented by Massini. Designated for the U.S. market, this particular 365 GTC/4 was delivered new to Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada. It is believed that the car was kept by Harrah himself as personal transportation and as such it is likely the July 1972 Road & Track magazine cover car with the full road test featured inside. The car was later recorded as being owned by Paul Exton of Eureka, California, still in its original color combination of Grigio Argento over Nero Cogolo with red inserts. It remained on the West Coast until at least 1985 and prior to purchase by Dan Harwitz of Miami, Florida. By this time it had been painted Azzurro Metallizzato paintwork with had a new black leather interior. In May of 2011, the car had been purchased by Mario Bernardi of Hann-Münden, Germany. During his ownership, the car was fully restored and refinished yet again in its lovely shade of Azzurro Metallizzato. It returned to the United States in 2013 when purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. and on behalf of one of our clients. We were instructed to reupholster the interi
--Rosso Corsa with Beige leather interior and Black carpeting, Restored in the 1990’s, 5-speed manual, Factory air conditioning, Power Steering, Power windows and Borrani wire wheels, Documented by Massini. This 365 GT 2+2 was originally delivered to official Italian dealer M. Gastone Crepaldi in Milan, Italy and to its first Italian owner. This 365’s early history remains unknown, until entry to the USA in the later 1980’s. In the 1990’s this 365 was restored and later shown at the 1997 FCA Nation Meeting in Columbus, Ohio. This 365 GT 2+2 has been well-known to Autosport Design, last sold by us in 2007. Since, it has had two enthusiast owners until finding its way back to Autosport Designs. It has used approximately 17,000 miles since restoration, has been maintained in superb condition and is complete and ready for its next new home.
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