We are pleased to offer 1972 USA model 365 GTC/4 Spyder conversion s/n 14963. This unique 365 GTC/4 Spyder is highly detailed and finished in very nice Rosso Chiaro red. Fitted with a nice black leather interior with elegant dark red carpets. The convertible top looks good up or down, and folds easily out of sight when down. The front wheel wells, the rocker panels, and the rear wheel wells have all been reinforced for a very rigid body. The car makes excellent power with no smoke and has excellent oil pressure. The suspension is soft and compliant, and the brakes stop the car effectively and evenly. Second gear synchro is unusually good, both when warm and cold. This is a wonderfully driving car, and thanks to Factory power steering, all the controls are light to the touch and operate harmoniously. Perhaps no Ferrari of the era achieved such a pleasant balance between performance and luxury, combined with the wonderful Ferrari V–12 exhaust note, as did the 365 GTC/4. The car sits on beautiful Borrani wires with “near–new” tires.
365 GTC/4 spyder conversion s/n 14963 comes with the original briefcase tool set and has a well–documented ownership history going back to the early 1970s.
1972 USA model 365 GTC/4 Spyder conversion s/n 14963. Highly detailed in Rosso Chiaro red over a straight body. Black leather with elegant dark red carpets. The convertible top looks good up or down, and folds easily out of site when down. The front wheel wells, the rocker panels, and the rear wheel wells have all been reinforced for a very rigid body. Makes excellent power, no smoke, excellent oil pressure. This is a wonderfully driving car, with Factory power steering, light controls and excellent syncros. The C/4 has the best Ferrari V–12 exhaust note of any of the Enzo–era cars. Enjoy topless V–12 Ferrari motoring and the best exhaust sound of any of the Enzo–era street cars.
S/n 14963. 365 GTC/4. USA model. Identified as 365 GTC/4. Destinazione Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors, USA. Assembly sequence no. 127, body no. 146. (H. Raab “Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed”).
1975, Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster by Neal B. Scott, Amarillo, TX.
1980, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter issue #0512 by FAF Motorcars, Tucker, GA.
Gray with black interior. One–owner car, new tires, excellent interior. Engine completely rebuilt by FAF in Aug 1980. 32,460 miles.
1982, January, offered in Hemmings Motor News by Cliff Berger, Savannah, GA.
Anthracite with black interior. Recent major tune by FAF. 35,000 miles.
1983, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter issue #0804 by Harold Javetz, Savannah, GA.
Flawless red lacquer, red Wilton carpet, black leather––all new on an original car that didn’t even have a door ding on it. Dash also has new original material.
1983, sold to Bill Schworer, San Francisco.
1985, August, Laguna Seca. The Bill Schworer rolled it into the sand at turn three at Laguna Seca.
1987–1988, spyder conversion done by West Virginia Classic Inc. of Clarksburg West Virginia. Conversion Details: Steel reinforcement was added along the front wheel wells, along the rocker panels, and into the rear wheel wells. Lateral steel supports connect these lengthwise supports. The soft top stows into a compartment behind the rear seats. The top can be put up or taken down in only a few minutes by a single person.
1990, April, offered in the Tower Report by West Virginia Classics, 209 North Oak Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia, 26301 as a Cabriolet Conversion. Phone 304 623 5366 or 739 4903.
1998, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issues #2326 and #2401 by Dr. James D. Weinstein, Clarksburg, WV. Outstanding conversion. Red with black leather. Borrani wire wheels.
2006, 10 Jan., offered on eBay by Alex Weinstein Clarksburg, WV.
US Spec w/metric/Italian gauges. Conversion done 1987–1988 by West Virginia Classic Inc. of Clarksburg West Virginia. This Ferrari is a driven but very well maintained car with a completely original interior. Conversion Details: Steel reinforcement was added along the front wheel wells, along the rocker panels, and into the rear wheel wells. Lateral steel supports connect these lengthwise supports. Jacking up the car in one corner will raise three wheels. The soft top stows into a compartment behind the rear seats. The top can be put up or taken down in only a few minutes by a single person. The interior was typically stark with the dashboard made up from big white on black instruments. There were no external mirrors to ruin the sleek look, but visibility was still good through the rear window. The car came with air conditioning, electric windows and more importantly, power steering which all add to the luxury of the car. The power steering adds so much to the driving experience that it takes the 365 GTC/4 into the realms of Ferrari and other great touring cars.
2009, December, purchased by Skeets Dunn, Rancho Santa Fe, CA.
2009, December, offered for sale by Mike Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.