1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

This beautiful example was supplied new by Maranello Concessionaires in left had drive. It was collected from the Ferrari Factory by the first owner who then kept it in Switzerland. It is finished in it’s original colour of Rosso Sir Ivor with a tan and black interior. It has just over 49,000 miles on the speedometer and nice thick history file, with books and wallet. In the late 1970’s the car was sold to world famous Jaguar dealer and race entrant, John Coombs and it was quite often on display in one of his showrooms in Guildford and remained in his private collection until, in 1999 it was sold to the well known French car collector and racer, Pierre Mellinger. It was Pierre’s first Ferrari and he kept it until 2002 when it was acquired by one Kevin Warner, nephew of Graham Warner of Chequered Flag fame who famously entered a 7 litre Cobra in the 60’s and ran a Lancia Stratos successfully in rallies. In 2006 the car entered the ownership of a serious Ferrari collector here in the UK who liked GTC/4’s so much he had a right hand drive one as well. This left hand drive one was used for many continental rallies and excursions and twenty odd thousand miles was added to the clock during his seven year ownership, during that time much love and money was lavished upon it. It was always maintained on the basis that it could leave for the South of France the next day. It has led a much quieter life with the current owner who has kept it in a dry environment and used it on high days and holidays. It has done very few miles since a suspension rebuild, has a stainless steel exhaust and electronic ignition. These are terrific cars and this is very fine example.
Colour Red

Mileage 49,000

Driver Position LHD