1974 FERRARI 365 GT4 2+2 – 41,000 MILES – SOLD

The 365 GT4 2+2 was the forerunner to the later Ferrari 400 and 412 and is considered the most desirable of the series. It is easily distinguishable from the later cars by its 6 rear lights and five-spoke alloy knock-on wheels.

Leather interior, air conditioning and electric windows all came as standard. Fitted with a similar engine to the Ferrari Daytona, the 4.4 litre Quad cam V12 soundtrack in the GT4 can be enjoyed at a fraction of the Daytona’s price.

There were only around 100 manual gearbox cars built in RHD and this was first delivered to its new owner in Hong Kong who then moved with it to Ireland in 1985 eventually living in England in 1988.

She has been continually maintained by Ferrari specialists including a thorough restoration by Foskers including bare metal strip down and repaints/engine rebuild.

The superb history file fully documents the years of maintenance and restorative work carried out to the highest standards with invoices, photos old mots etc recent work included new Michelin XWX, air conditioning etc.

There is a letter from Ferrari confirming she is original RHD, matching numbers and supplied from new in Argento with Nero leather.

The car is practical to use with power steering and an all-synchromesh 5-speed manual gearbox and capable of high speeds and long distances.

Sounding like an F1 car of the 1970s the V12 is a joy and the 6 Webers roar until acceleration.

How long will it be possible to purchase a V12 1970S Ferrari under £100k?

Supplied fully inspected, serviced with 12 months warranty.