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365 GTC/4 “Il Gobbone”, Coupé

The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is a 2+2 grand tourer produced by Ferrari from 1971 to 1973. It was based on the chassis of the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 "Daytona". In the very short two-year production run 505 examples of the GTC/4 were produced. Its chassis and drivetrain, however, were carried over mostly inaltered (apart from a wheelbase stretch to provide more satisfying rear seat room) on its successor, the 1972 365 GT4 2+2. The GTC/4's coupé bodywork by Pininfarina enclosed two front and two rear seats, as on the 365 GT 2+2 it replaced directly. However, the rear seats were small and the slanting rear window limited rear headroom, so it can also be seen as the heir to the two-seat 365 GTC that had been discontinued in 1970. With its wedge shape, fastback silhouette, sharp creases and hidden headlamps the GTC/4's styling is a clear departure from the soft curves, ellyptic front grille and round headlights of its classically 60s predecessors. Power steering, electric windows and air conditioning were standard.

The cabin was upholstered in mixed leather and tartan fabric, unique to this model and unusual for a Ferrari; full leather upholstery was optional. The 365 GTC/4 shared the chassis and engine block as the 365 GTB/4 Daytona, riding on the same wheelbase and suspension. The chassis was a tubular spaceframe, mated to a steel body with aluminium doors and bonnets; as was customary in this period, the bodies were made and finished by Pininfarina in Turin, then sent to Ferrari in Modena for the assembly. The engine was a Tipo F 101 AC 000 Colombo V12, displacing 4,390 cc. The V12 was detuned to 340 PS (250 kW; 340 bhp) from the Daytona, to provide a more tractable response suited to a GT-oriented Ferrari.

Wertentwicklung von 2008 - 2014:

Bereits erfolgreiche Wertenwticklung Bereits erfolgreiches Modell: 214%
Daten & Fakten
1971 – 1973
2 +2 Coupé
4,4 Liter, V12
Ferrari 365 GT 2+2, Ferrari 365 GTC
Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2
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