I was out at a Porsche dealer showroom last week and he had this Ferrari in the back warehouse. It’s a customer’s on consignment for sale. Please contact us if you have a serious interest.
1973 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2, V12, 5 speed manual. It is indeed in immaculate and original condition and he has the original Ferrari warranty booklet from 1973. The Porsche dealer said he thinks the owner spent a bit of money on the engine after he bought it and certainly the pics show it to be in top notch condition. Despite not been started for a few months it did start and run with a bit of choke and when we started it again later to move it back into it’s place it started first time. The gearbox seems good, slips into gear nicely, reversed no problem. We have some video of the engine running should anyone be interested.
The Ferrari 365 gt4 2+2 was introduced at the 1972 Paris motor show. It featured a 4.4L V12 engine mated to a 5 speed gearbox. It ran through to 1976 when it was replaced by the 400. Only 524 models were made.
The name refers to the single cylinder displacement (365 cc), four overhead camshafts (GT4) and seat configuration (2+2). Most of the mechanicals, including the 4,390 cc (4.39 L; 268 cu in) engine, were carried over from its predecessor. The V12 used six side-draft Weber 38 DCOE 59/60 carburetors and produced 320 PS (240 kW; 320 bhp) at 6200 rpm. The gearbox was a five-speed, all-synchromesh manual with a single-plate clutch. Five-spoke alloy wheels were mounted on Rudge knock-off hubs; Borrani wire wheels were still offered at extra cost. Fittingly for a large grand tourer, standard equipment included leather upholstery, electric windows and air conditioning. The GT4 was replaced in 1976 by the nearly identical looking Ferrari 400.
Power output is 320hp at 6200rpm.
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