to the vehicle overview Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Year 1972 Colour Giallo Fly Leather Nero PS 357 Hubraum 4386 Kilometerstand 85.791 - Ferrari Classiche - matching numbers - matching colors - ex. Mimeran collection - restored - swiss papers price Auf Anfrage Get in contact
--Rosso Chiaro with Black Daytona seats with Black inserts and Black carpets, Rare early limited production Plexi-Nose, 4,000 kilometers since restoration, Factory air conditioning and power windows, Documented by Massini. The 365 GTB/4 Daytona was released as the fastest and, for legions of Ferrari enthusiasts, the most desirable car in the world. Its lineage can be seen in the classic Ferrari formula of a front-engined V-12 and continues to show its appeal in Ferrari’s current road models. Four decades after its debut, the 365 GTB/4 Daytona still maintains its glorious status among the sports car elite and is a cultural icon in its own right. The European specification Daytona offered here is one of the very early examples with distinctive Plexi-Nose headlamp configuration rather than the later retractable headlamps. These rare Plexi-nose examples accounted for less than a third of total Daytona production and have thus become the most sought after of the Daytona range. Due to many early Plexi-nose examples having been converted to Spider conversion configuration in the late 1970’s and 80’s, it is thus even more rare to find a proper, excellent example in today’s market. This Day
--Rosso Nearco with Black leather interior and Red carpeting, Restored, 3-Owners from new, Factory a/c, Original Becker AM/FM radio, Borrani wire wheels, Full service and ownership history, Matching #’s, Documented by Massini. This 365 GTB/4 Daytona was sold new through West Coast Ferrari distributor Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors, Nevada to its first registered owner, Mr. G. MacLeod. Although sold through the USA Modern Classic Motors dealership, this Daytona was collected at the factory in Modena for use for touring in Italy/Europe prior to having it flown from Italy to Seattle, Washington, USA. This Daytona Coupe remained in Mr. MacLeod’s ownership for the next 38 years until March 2009 when acquired by Mr. M. Diez, L.A., California. At this time, the Daytona was treated to a cosmetic, mechanical and structural restoration to return it to as new condition throughout. The mechanicals, chassis, brakes, etc. were handled by well-known West Coast Ferrari specialists Francorchamps of America. The engine was completely rebuilt, the USA specification exhaust was replaced with European type and the ignition was updated to electronic. Cosmetically, this Daytona was stripped to bare
According to the build sheets the body arrived at the Ferrari factory from Pininfarina on the 2nd May 1968, passing through the factory where the mechanicals were built and added to the car. Completed and delivered in August 1968, direct from the Ferrari factory, it was specified as right hand drive as the purchaser Mr Verbeck of Brussels, Belgium, apparently a second world war resistance fighter, had lost his right arm! The car was otherwise to European specification with KPH speedometer, finished in Grigio Mahmoud 244.3.931 with nero Franzi hide and dark grey- anthracite- carpet It was also specified with Borrani wire wheels The then UK list price was £8,563.3.11 plus road tax, delivery charges and number plates-exactly the same price as a 365 GTB/4 Daytona! The car was imported form Belgium and first registered in the UK, YBJ 803G, having been imported through Harwich docks, on the 9th September 1971 by Mr John Read owner of Holbay Race Engines of Suffolk. Holbay were probably best known for their engine building and tuning work especially on Rootes 1725cc OHV engines used in the Hillman Hunter GLS and Sunbeam Rapier H120.The car was apparently used every day for the next four y
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1969 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA COUPE . Chassis No. 12525 This Ferrari 365 GTB/4 is the 11th built by the factory, completed May 14th, 1969. Left-hand-drive, European version with the plexiglass headlights, this car is a sort of prototype and benefits from many unique details. It was sold new in Italy and serviced and maintained by Ferrari Factory Assistenza Clienti at Viale Trento Trieste until it was sold to the second owner in 1972. In 1979, the car was exported to the USA where it stayed with 2 different owners including 30 years with the same gentleman. This car has been mechanically refreshed but cosmetically untouched since new. The original condition of this car is absolutely stunning. The paint and interior are original. And the unique details makes it a very special car. Tools, owner's handbooks, original wooden treering wheel. EU taxes paid.
Ferrari 365 Berlinetta Boxer, 1975.
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-levelling 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 presented in the handsome colour combination of Rosso Corsa with Tan hide and Tan carpets and sits upon the more desirable Borrani wheels. It is a Series 1 car with Perspex light covers and electric quarter lights. The fantastic history file which accompanies this Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 has well-documented evidence of the extensive servicing undertaken. In addition, the numerous other invoices and MOTs which show the care and attention that has been lavished upon this vehicle. Previously owned by Terry Hoyle this stunning 365 has the added benefit of having Ferrari Classiche certification. These beautiful and luxurious Grand Tourers are becoming increasingly sought after. This particular car is a lovely, highly original example that now shows 68,000 miles from new. For more information about this Ferrari 365 GT2+2 , or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555.
--Sera Blue with Red leather interior and Black carpeting, 64,000 Kilometers-39,000 miles (believed to be original), Fully maintained, 5-speed manual, Factory air conditioning, Documented by Massini. Well known to Autosport Designs for many years, serviced and sold by us in the past, this 365 GT 2+2 has always been owned, cared for and serviced regardless of use by all previous owners. Previously in longer term ownership, serviced and cared for by well-known and respected Ferrari specialist Francois Sicard it was purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. in November 2007 from its long term Connecticut, collector ownership. It was sold almost immediately to a good client of ours in Pennsylvania, also a well-known and respected collector. While in its Pennsylanvia ownership it was serviced by both Autosport Designs, Inc. as well as well-known and respected specialists Vintage Motorsports of Malverne, PA. It was kept in the PA collection until June 2015 when trade to Autosport Designs, Inc. towards Lamborghini fom our inventory. Subsequently and again almost immediately, this 365 GT 2+2 was sold to another prominent collector here in New York. Throughout the past ten years, this 365 GT 2+2
--Rosso Dino paintwork with Pelle Nera (Black) interior, Red carpeting, 5-speed transmission 45,000 KM from new, Fully serviced, Documented by Massini. Designed to rival the Lamborghini Miura and newly developed Countach, the 365 GT4/BB debuted at the 1971 Turin Motor Show and released for sale at the Paris Motor Show in 1973. In a radical departure from its predecessor, the front engine V12 Daytona, the BB featured Ferrari’s first foray into a production 180 degree flat 12 cylinder belt driven engine configuration, which was directly linked to their F1 program of the time. The Flat 12 was mounted longitudinally above the 5-speed transmission, making for the first mid-engine production Ferrari. Styles by Pinninfarina legend, Leonardo Fioravanti and built by Scaglietti, the timeless 365 BB is the rarest and lightest of all Berlinetta Boxer variants, with production numbers of 387 total, 88 right hand drive examples. Originally delivered to Motor S.p.A. di Carla Allegretti e C., on February 24, 1975 and domiciled in a Bolognese private collection for many years, before being exported to the U.S. in the early 2000’s, this 365 BB was the recipient of a full suspension rebuild, as well
--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
While it is no secret that Enzo always developed road cars to fund Scuderia Ferrari’s racing efforts on the weekend, the company had a vested interest in appealing to a wide variety of clientele. While never straying from 2-door, sporting designs, the company did have the foresight to add rear seats, and so the Ferrari 2+2 as we know it today in the FF or 612 Scaglietti, comes from a long history of important cars. The 365 GTC/4, the “4” denoting the amount of camshafts, was introduced in March of 1971 at the Geneva Motor Show. Much like that of the Daytona it was one of the first Ferrari’s to clearly have been influenced by the newly installed wind tunnel at Pininfarina. The era of the wedge-design was upon the car world and Ferrari was leading it with flowing lines and Italian flare. The GTC/4 would be built 505 times, but only 180 would be distributed for the US Market. These US specification examples, easily defined by their two distributors, would have a touch less horsepower than their European counterparts at 320HP. The 365 GTC/4 shared much with the Daytona but had technical and a design adjustments to conform to its 2+2 purpose. It received a 5-Speed gearbox to replace the
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 ordered, invoiced, and delivered new to Carrozzeria Pininfarina S.p.A of Torino, Italy. Additionally it was kept and used by Company President Sergio Pininfarina as a personal vehicle from 1971 until 1973. Beyond being enjoyed by Mr. Pininfarina, the car was also the coachbuilder’s press/marketin
to the vehicle overview Ferrari 365 GTC / 4 Year 1972 Colour Marrone Colorado Leather Beige PS 340 Hubraum 4400 - matching numbers -matching color - delivered new to Milan/Italy - fully documented history - perfect condition after restoration price 375.000,- Get in contact
to the vehicle overview Ferrari 365 GTB 4 Daytona Year 1970 Colour Verde medio metallizzato Leather Nero PS 357 Hubraum 4.380 ccm Kilometerstand 86.321 - One of only 5 examples built in verde medio metallizzato - First leather seats - Ex. Otto Kern - On of only 411 built with the Plexiglas nose price Gegen Gebot Get in contact
to the vehicle overview Ferrari 365 GTC / 4 Year 1972 Colour Blu metallizato Leather nero PS 340 Hubraum 4400 Kilometerstand 49204 - matching numbers - matching colors - full documented history - delivered new to Switzerland - great overall condition price 395.000,- Get in contact
This 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 MODEL: USA
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona we are proud to offer has been originally delivered in the USA. As new the Daytona Coupe was supplied in a rare livery of Grigio Ferro with a Nero/Black interior. Factory paperwork is showing that only a mere number of only 21 cars have been produced at the factory in the same elegant colour. The car was built for the US market and was so equipped with air-conditioning, power windows and of course an odometer in miles. Completed at the factory on May 29. 1972 within the month the car was delivered to Chinetti Motors of Pennsylvania. By June 1975 the car was for sale with Randy Smith of High Point, North Carolina and passed through dealers FAF Motorcars of Tucker, Georgia to Spencer Folsom of nearby Pine Mountain. From Folsom the car passed to C.Lynn Abel of Atlanta. Abel advertised the car that summer in the Ferrari Club of America newsletter where it appears to have been described as supplied new, still with grey/black livery. It had covered 29,000 miles according to the ad.Within the next two years the car crossed the country to spend most of the next three decades on the west coast. Advertised by Ferrari of Los Gatos, California in May and June 1978
The Daytona on offer has been originally delivered to the USA and went through the company MCM which was the early Ferrari dealership of Bill Harrah / Reno Nevada to its first owner in Kansas who kept it until 1977. It was sold to the second owner who was living in Illinois with 12 413 mls on the speedo. Last time it changed hands was in 1988 with 17 400 mls to the last owner who was based in Los Altos/California. He kept the car for the last 20 years supplying all service records which certifies the original mileage of only 21 612 mls today. This 365 GTB/4 Daytona has been originally delivered in one of the rarest and most beautiful colours for the Daytona. Only very few Daytona have ever been sold in the so called "nocciola" with this contrasting interior in "beige scuro". This is a true three owner from new and 21 600 mls Daytona in completely original shape. We confirm that the car still has its original interior and carpets in fantastic condition. The engine compartment is as well untouched and genuine. It is equipped with the 7 1/2 Zoll Borrani wire wheels in the front and back as delivered in 1973. And we are able to affirm as well that it runs and drives very precise not ha
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. 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 the nineties from where it was sold into one of the most interesting collections in Germany. The Daytona Spider is just showing an original mileage with a l
Italy in the late 1960s was a hotbed of creative energy in the automobile industry. The supercar race was heating up in a major way as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and even DeTomaso were locked in a battle for exotic car supremacy. Ferrari was staunchly traditional, Enzo once quipping that a mid-engine car was akin to putting the cart before the horse. Their front-mounted V12 layout had proven successful for many years, and was the foundation of the traditional Ferrari road car, even in the face of the mid-engine revolution within the competition department. Lamborghini on the other hand, went all out with a radical transverse-rear-engine layout on their staggering new Miura of 1966. The arrival of the impossibly low, svelte Miura signaled alarm bells for many within Ferrari, as suddenly the gorgeous 275GTB/4 was looking archaic in the face of the new kid from Sant’Agata. Pininfarina’s design chief at the time, Leonardo Fiavoranti, was never a huge fan of the 275 GTB, and even while the car was still relatively new, he was inspired to take a bare chassis and engine from the floor and mock up a new design – all in his spare time. The muscular new shape was more modern than the 275, being wider all round, with its crisp edges and signature plexiglass band across the nose. It so impressed Enzo that the green light was given for production. When the 365GTB/4 “Daytona” was introduced at the 1968 Paris Salon, the reception was lukewarm given the sensation caused by the radical Miura. The car was seen by the press as too orthodox in comparison, but Enzo was no fool. While Lamborghini struggled with development of the Miura, the 365GTB/4 relied on a proven platform that was reliable, strong and delivered storming performance. In spite of its big GT nature, the Daytona was a true supercar, delivering a 0-100mph sprint in 12.6 second on the way to a 174mph top speed. Like the 275GTB/4 before it, American importer Luigi Chinetti lobbied the factory to offer a convertible version for the important American marketplace. While the subsequent 122 examples is a mere fraction of total Daytona production, it was certainly more than the scant ten versions of the 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder that preceded it. The Daytona shape lends itself well to having the roof lopped off, and over the years a number of coupes have been converted into spyders by different coachbuilders. One of the most successful and respected of those is Richard Straman. An engineer and coachbuilder, Straman has built numerous convertible conversions for Ferraris ranging from the 275 GTB to the 550 Maranello. His work his highly regarded for its quality engineering and factory-quality finish work, and as such, any open-topped Ferrari to carry the Straman name is given a blessing by collectors and experts alike. This 1971 365 GTB/4 Daytona, S/N 13941 is a very early American market car, the third such example produced in US-specification. It was originally offered via Luigi Chinetti Motors, and the history picks up via its first time advertised for sale by Ron White of Ohio in 1974. It passed through a few hands in the 1970s before finding its way to the hands of Joe Alphabet, a California-based dealer of used Italian exotica, as well as an early supplier of Ferrari GTO replicas. During Alphabet’s ownership, 13941 received a freshening and upgraded with competition-style cosmetics. Shortly afterward, the car was sold and converted by Richard Straman to spyder configuration. By the mid-1980s this Daytona found a long term owner in Mike Walther of St. Louis, Missouri who kept the car in his care for 11 years. It was then offered by respected Ferrari dealer Mike Sheehan in 1998, and it found its second long-term owner who enjoyed it for a further 20 years and performed much of the restoration work it wears today. In 2016, S/N13941 was repainted in beautiful Fly Yellow and the interior trimmed in fresh tan hides. It presents today in excellent condition, with excellent quality paint and detailing. Body panels are crisp and straight, with precise panel gaps, and the Straman spyder conversion is executed to coachbuilder standards; fully finished with an excellent folding top and a nicely fitted tan leather boot. Bright stainless, chrome and alloy trim is all in fine condition, and the car sits on freshly refurbished Cromodora knock-off alloy wheels with proper three-eared wheel nuts, all wrapped in correct Michelin XWX rolling stock. Along with the freshly restored body, the interior was treated to a full retrim in attractive light tan leather. The seats appear in very good order, still looking quite fresh and showing almost no signs of use. The same tan leather also covers the sills, door panels and console; all executed to the same high quality standard. The Daytona’s signature black “mousehair” dash has been carefully recovered, and the instruments appear crystal clear in the correct silver binnacle. A period correct Becker Mexico resides in its signature vertical position in the console alongside the gated shifter. Switchgear is all in fine order including the controls for the factory air-conditioning system which remains intact. Beneath the bonnet is the star of the show; Ferrari’s 4.4 liter, Tipo 251 quad-cam V12 that sends its 350 highly-energetic horses through a 5-speed transaxle. In keeping with the rest of this car, the engine is detailed with many correct fittings and finishes. Most importantly, it runs and drives beautifully, sounding crisp and healthy through the correct Ansa exhaust system. This striking Ferrari Daytona Spyder is an outstanding choice for an enthusiast seeking a high quality, open-topped Daytona at a fraction of the cost of one of the 122 NART cars. It also benefits from well-known history and excellent presentation, and, true to form, proves to be an absolute thrill to drive.
Originally ordered with yellow with black leather and light grey carpets ,for a 28 year old Mr Digby Martland, author and Chevron racer. Order number 493 was confirmed by the Ferrari factory on the 17th July 1970.Unable to obtain residency in Jersey ,Mr Martland cancelled his order on the 22nd June 1971. Not wishing to have a yellow 365 GTB/4 in stock ,Maranello Concessionaires Ltd's managing director ,Sean Bealey, changed order 493 to a Blu Sera 106.A.18 -one of just four UK cars so finished-with light blue hide VM 3015, with no air conditioning. The car was duly completed by the Ferrari factory and invoiced -WITH air conditioning-by the factory to Maranello Concessionaires Ltd on the 17th December 1971, for delivery to the UK by truck. The car had found an owner through Maranello Concessionaires Ltd, with 27 year old a stockbroker from London., Mr L.E Tim Hue-Williams, who apparently part exchanged a 246 for the car in January 1972 (not November 1971 as the DVLA seem to think!) .(This was also the year that he was also to start dating British actress, Suzanna Leigh- Boeing ,Boeing, Paradise- Hawaiian Style )The then list price was £9,586.06 plus delivery charges, number Three yea
Order number 560 was placed by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd with the Ferrari factory on Friday the 14th January 1972 for a Grigio Le Sancy 2.443.048-after the thoroughbred race horse -with Blue VM 3015 hide and light Blue carpets for April 1972 production. The order was confirmed by the factory a week later. Just under three months later on the 30th March 1972,and order was taken by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd's ,Mike Salmon, for a Silver with Blue 365 GTC/4 placed by a 29 year old Mr Simon Agace, director of the very well known at the time, estate agents, Mann & Co for £9,486.98,noting that a 5% discount on the basic price-£392.50-will be given if there is no part exchange, a Jensen. Various correspondence between Mr Agace and Maranello Concessionaires discuss the possibility of Mr Agace collecting the car from the factory for which they would give him an £80 discount! For some reason ,the order was passed to Michael Harting of HW Motors Ltd in Walton on Thames ,who needless to was "very happy" to deal with it. It does appear that in the end the car was delivered to the UK by Lep Transport by truck, having been invoiced by the Ferrari factory on the 20th June 1972.Maranello Con
Year: 1968 Colour: Azzuro Metalico Trim: Black Configuration: LHD Transmission: Manual Engine Capacity: 4380
--Blue Scuro with Tan seats with Black inserts, Tan carpeting and Black convertible top, Restored, Spyder conversion by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Restorations, Factory air conditioning, Cromodora 5-stars, Power steering, Documented history by Massini. This Ferrari Daytona Spider Conversion is well-known to Autosport Designs. In the past it was one of my (Tom Papadopoulos) personal automobiles and has only enjoyed exceptional Ferrari enthusiast collector owner’s throughout its life this far. It was exported from Italy in the early 1970’s. Circa 1978-79 it was converted to Spider specification by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Restorations, Costa Mesa, California, well known for their exacting Spider conversions and restorations. When it moved to the East Coast it was owned by Mr. P. Littell, Rowayton, CT, serviced and restored well-known Ferrari specialist Frank Buonanno in Connecticut and Wayne Carini at F40 Motorsport. Work included a mechanical and cosmetic restoration at this time. In early 2007, this Daytona was with Wayne Carini – F40 Motorsports offered for sale and on behalf of Mr. Littell. It was purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. and sold to one of our clients. During t
FLAGSHIP OF ENZO The Ferrari 365 GT4 2 + 2 was a car produced from 1972 to 1976 in only 521 specimens including 3 prototypes and 109 with the right guidance. Car desired by Enzo Ferrari, who saw in this model "sport" flagship (then two-door) Prancing Horse. The 365 GT4 is the large tourism in evening dress. A Ferrari with an elegant classicism whose magnetism affects only the most experienced connoisseurs: it has this rare and precious gift of leave indifferent all those who stand out the beauty is only when this outburst with provocation. In addition to Enzo Ferrari, who towards the end of his life endeavored a blue 365 GT4 for his personal trips, many were the fans of the template characters. These facilities include Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (which had two including the 17129 chassis), Etienne Aigner, businessman and sponsor of Clay Regazzoni (17405 chassis), Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones singer. The proposal is the vehicle chassis 17441 produced in 1973. Full version optional for the model with power windows and air conditioning. Power steering was rather standard. The change is manual. Mechanical was recently coupons from Ferrari expert mechanic who stated that the engine must have been little used. The car has undergone a small restoration that has affected the leather interior that has been restored and brought to its original condition. The carpets, carpet in the bottom were redone to new and all of the interior and the engine compartment details have been treated as well as the compartment and the underbody of the exhaust system terminals. Finally the body was finely polished and protected with 9h nanotechnology. Car that needs to be used to travel to "breath" when the 12-cylinder engine with 340 hp at 6200 rpm, can "roar" as is fitting.