Chassis # 15181 Engine # 00233 Documented by Marcel Massini Long Time West Coast Car A Well Serviced Driver Quality Example In Order & Ready For Rallies or Shows Details 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 a
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