Gray Import, 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 For SaleThis is what we found on Craigslist today, for $64,800, an attractive red vintage grand tourer from Italy with a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout made by Ferrari. Somehow, often encountered some Italian manufacturers giving different names to one line of product, while completely different lines come with similar names, it's a bit confusing like this one sample.
The 365 line of cars is quite possibly the most confusing product line-up since the advent of mass manufacturing by Ferrari. For example, the 365 GT4 2+2 has the same shape (design) as the 400 and 412 but has the same name as the 365 GTB/4, 356 GTS/4, 365 California, 365 GT 2+2, 365 GTC, and GTS, where respectively each being an almost completely different car. Maybe you have to be an expert to know the model without looking at the registration papers, especially for the 356 GT4 2+2 with the 400 and 412 series.
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As shown here 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 was the final of the first generation of his line, then replaced by the 400 in the following year. Good condition overall with service records, with only 83k kilometers or about 52k miles on it. Originally a silver car from Maranello in the early 80s was imported to California by grey market entry, and two years later wears the greatness red Ferrari color.
I don't like the results of this photo, makes the material looks cheap and looks dull, hopefully, it's the effect of too much light when taking the shoot. The original interior looks well with signs of use, but no excessive wear. The materials are all in great shape also the wood of the center console. The black upholstery doesn't look cracked or torn, but there is a split seam in the driver's seat. Solid floors covered by factory mats.
Most of the Ferrari 365 models carry a version of the Colombo V12 engine, as shown here is a 4.4 L Colombo Tipo F101 V12 with 365cc per cylinder fitted with six twin-choke side-draft Webers and made 340 horsepower when new. And no automatic option for the 365 GT4 2+2 model, all 524 units ever produced married with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine bay looks unmodified with the less unsightly wrapping layer on the hood, but the engine runs great with no words about leaks or mechanical issues.
Detail by seller
1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2
Thirty-year CA ownership, early 80's "grey market" entry, 83k kilometers, no rust, good driver condition, runs great. Red over black repainted in 1982 from original silver. 5 speed manual trans, Webber carbs, "knock-ons." Book, tool bag, service records. Clean CA title. Serial # 19179. Must be sold out of CA.
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