1973 Ferrari 365 GT4
This 1973 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 is an Australian-delivered, recently restored example that features a highly desirable green-over-tan colour combination. It is powered by naturally aspirated 4.4-litre V12 engine which delivers 250kW (335hp) to the rear wheels. This powertrain is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The odometer currently shows 7,929 miles.
The 365 GT4 2+2 was designed by Pininfarina to have more definitive lines than Ferrari’s previous models and featured luxurious appointments befitting of a flagship grand tourer. Just over 500 were built. Today, the 365 GT4 2+2 is an affordable way into vintage Ferrari ownership, and the design is especially alluring in period colour combinations.
This 365 GT4’s body was built new by Pininfarina and assembled in Maranello, Italy. It was one of the first examples delivered new through WH Lowe.
This example has recently gone through a bare metal respray and its condition is only to be described as excellent. The Pino Verde paintwork appears with great reflection. Period chrome work shows in excellent condition also. All four wheels show no kerb rash and the fitted Michelin tyres retain a deep amount of tread.
It has also had considerable money spent on the mechanical and physical up-keep of this car. It has recently been resprayed, contains new engine mounts, has new suspension bushes, new air filters, and new exhaust mounts.
All original upholstery shows in fantastic condition, especially for the car’s age. Some signs of creasing and wear are seen on the car’s upholstery, though this adds to the car’s subtle patina. The dash, instrumentation and gauges all display in excellent condition. The car has a period Nardi steering wheel and Blaupunkt radio. Carpeting has also been replaced in recent years.