- Model365 GTC
- Serial #12367
- Engine #12367
- Engine Type245 C
- Chassis Type592 C
- Number Built168
- Body TypeCoupe
- Body BuilderPininfarina
- First OwnerRozzoli
- Current LocationCalifornia
We are pleased to offer 1969 Ferrari 365 GTC s/n 12367. This 365 GTC has had little use, and significant work, in the last ten years including a new exhaust system, new clutch (2005) and carburetor rebuilds. Older, good quality repaint. Excellent Borranis and very nice chrome. Nice leather with minimal wear. The dashboard, headliner and carpets are in excellent condition, and even the clock works! An upgraded stereo has been fitted, which includes an Alpine CD player and Infinity components. The windows work well, as does the air conditioning, and the correct original steering wheel is included.
The motor is clean and fairly well detailed with only minor wear to some of the painted components. Comes with new reproduction tools, tool roll, books, and leather manual pouch, all in “as–new condition”.
This car is an exceptionally nice example to drive. The transaxle is superb, including excellent 2nd gear synchro, and the motor performs very well. It makes excellent linear power and sounds like only an Italian V–12 can. The brakes stop the car evenly and effectively, and the balance and tactility that come with a front–engined Ferrari are marvelously exemplified by this car. This particular car embodies what makes the classic V–12 Ferraris so unique and sought after, as the driving experience is genuinely enjoyable, and this car is in the perfect condition to enjoy.
Widely regarded to be one of the best driving and most usable classic Ferraris, the 330 GTC is highly sought after today. With their more powerful 4.4 litre engine and limited production, the 365 GTC is certainly more desirable and user friendly.
365 GTC s/n 12367 is in nice cosmetic condition and has been well maintained. Recent exhaust system, clutch (2005) and carburetor rebuilds. Older, good quality repaint. Excellent Borranis. Chrome is very nice. The interior shows minimal wear. The dashboard is in fine shape, and the clock works. The headliner and carpets are both excellent. An upgraded stereo has been fitted, which includes an Alpine CD player and Infinity components. Good air conditioning. The motor is clean. The underside is tidy and solid, but not detailed. The trunk is clean. Includes a set of new reproduction tools, tool roll, books and leather manual pouch.
The transaxle is superb, including excellent 2nd gear synchro, and the motor performs very well. It makes excellent linear power and sounds like only an Italian V–12 can. The brakes stop the car evenly and effectively.
Identified as 365 GTC. Destinazione Rozzoli, Italy. Assembly sequence no. 665, body no. C0765. (H. Raab “Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed”).
1995, offered by Symbolic Motor Car CO/USA., La Jolla, CA/USA. Red with black interior. (FML 2012).
1996, offered by Symbolic Motor Car CO/USA., La Jolla, CA/USA. Red with black interior. (FML 2108).
1996, August, at Rick Cole Auction, Monterey, CA/USA. High bid $74,200 including buyer’s premium. 67,000 km. Bought by a friend of Terry O′Reilly, a San Francisco lawyer, who also acquired a 275 GTB, a 250 Lusso and a Daytona.
1996, that buyer sold the 365 to Terry O′Reilly.
1996–2006, owned by Terry O′Reilly, serviced by Tony Palladino at Modena Motors.
2000, at the Copperstate 1,000 with Terry O′Reilly.
2002, 18 Aug., at Concorso Italiano. Terry O′Reilly, San Mateo, CA.
2006, August, offered for sale by Bruce Trenery’s Fantasy Junction and Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.