1975 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2

Following in my "Budget Ferrari" Dino post from the other day, here's another opportunity to get into a real budget car. A few years ago, if you wanted a budget Daytona, you got a 365 GTC/4. They could be had for under $100,000 and offered a pretty close copy of the Daytona with a touch more practicality. Heck, even in their own was the GTC/4 was a very pretty car. But the GTC/4 only lasted for a year, and it was replaced by the longest running body design of any Ferrari. Styled by Pininfarina, the 1972 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 introduced new design language that would be shared on Ferraris through the 355. But while the rakish 2+2 took the body in an entirely new direction, underneath it was still effectively a Daytona. While a Daytona will set you back the best part of a 1/2 million dollars these days, and the GTC/4 prices are pushing towards $150,000 for an average example, the 2+2 can be had for well under $50,000. It's also nearly a forgotten car these days, but was important to Ferrari as their 2+2 staple from 1972 all the way to 1989 in later 400 then 412 versions. But the 365 started it all, and this is one of the better examples that has come up to market recently:

Year: 1975
Model: 365 GT4 2+2
Engine: 4.4 liter V12
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 38,000 mi
Price: Reserve auction

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Here we have today an incredible 1975 ferrari 365GT4 2+2 ,ONLY ONE OWNER since new,this car was bought by his owner in june 1975 and was always stored in the same collection,in a dry garage,sitting side alfa's and others italian icons;this car is in stunning condition and i never seen a ferrari in this condition,the car is absolutely in perfect condition; NEVER RESTORED or REPAINTED..................the last owner has a mechanic at home and taked care of all cars of his collection and this car was started every week ,to be keeping in good using condition;

theses cars were unloved during a long time and now,there are growing up in value like all maserati and ferrari of this era,this is the time to buy this car and you can not found a better exemple actually on the market

the car has formely 53900 originals kms,and was just serviced with fluids and filters remplaced ,new battery,;personal inspection welcome,you can not be disappointed by the car

IF YOU LIKE THIS MODEL, THIS IS THE ONE you have to bought,of course the paint is perfect,no dings or scratchs,floor and underframe are perfect,ever the bumpers are perfect too; the leather original interior is in very good condition and smells good ,carpets are in excellent condition;

this car is viewing by appointment in my office,in Domont,france;20 kms from paris and aeroport charles de gaulle;you can come to inspect it ,you will enjoy it;of course there is no warranty on the car because of his age,;

internationals bidders are welcome and i can assist in shipping ,i can deliver the car to le havre port for free,overseas shipping at your own expense;

selling classic cars is my job,and bidding is not a joke,please do it seriously,have a look at my feedback,you will not be disappointed; i sold cars in all over the world for 10 years and i want to preserve my positive feedback;

when was the last time you found a one owner ferrari 365???? dont let your chance go away .....

a $1000 deposit will be required at the end of auction and balance will be required within 2 weeks...,if you have any questions ,please ask before bidding

good luck

If you're not as concerned with how people will view you and would rather have a taste of that Columbo V12 experience that made the Daytona and GTC/4 so special, this is a pretty similar car inside and underneath. It's rather funny, actually, that you can buy one of these for less than a replacement motor for a Daytona. I'm also surprised that these haven't all fallen victim to rebody efforts. Miles are lower, the color is pretty and understated, and it was apparently lovingly kept by a single owner. In terms of budget supercars, they don't get much more budget than this. Granted, it's not the best looking Ferrari ever made by any stretch of the imagination; but it has its own charm in the unloved child sort of way. I'd expect the reserve is set quite high for this model, towards the high side of the market which just brushes $60,000. Still, it's downright cheap compared to its siblings and offers a unique glimpse at classic Ferrari ownership.