• 1 of 168 Built
  • Rosso Corsa / Saddle
  • $182k of mechanical receipts
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1969 Ferrari 365 GTC

The Ferrari 365 GTC was unveiled at the 1966 Geneva Auto Show. It's 320-horsepower, 4.4 liter Colombo V-12 with six Weber carburetors, and five speed transmission was well received as it added an increase of 20-horsepower and 267 foot-pounds of torque from its predecessor the 330 GTC, all while keeping its beautiful shape and lines.

This particular example, is one of only 168 ever built and is finished in Rosso Corsa with saddle interior. It has lived the past 15+ years of its life with its current owner in Beverly Hills as his pride and joy. Cosmetically the vehicle shows very nicely and is in very good condition with a well maintained exterior and a freshly completed interior. Mechanically the vehicle is in excellent condition. It's current owner took pride in having this 365 GTC running and driving at optimal levels at all times. In fact, this vehicle comes with over $181k of mechanical receipts. Undoubtedly, this is one of the most dialed in and ready to drive examples.

Specs & Options

365 GTC
Body Color
Engine Size
4.4 Liter V12
Transmission Type
5 Speed Manual
Interior Color