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1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Serial Number 14841


Lead photograph of 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Serial Number 14841


Make   Ferrari Model   365 GTC/4
Year   1972 Serial #   14841
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   F 101 AC 000 Chassis Type   F 101 AC 100
Build Sequence #   97 Number Built   500
Body Type   Coupe Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   Cordner Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California


1972 USA model 365 GTC/4 s/n 14841. One long–term owner family from 1972–2003. Amazingly complete documentation from the original bill of sale dated 19 Dec., 1972 to the complete and meticulously detailed service history and ownership documentation from 1972 to today. Very good original paint and interior. Mouse–fur dash and console redone. Mechanically excellent, this is a wonderful driving car. The controls are light to the touch and operate seamlessly. Very original and unmolested with an older high–quality repaint in the original colors.


S/n 14841. Identified as 365 GTC/4. Destinazione Wiener, USA. Assembly sequence no. 97, body no. ?8. (H. Raab "Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed"). December 1971 production. Warranty card # 5204/2527 issued March 1st, 1972.

1972, 19 Dec., bill of sale from Hollywood Sports Cars to Warren Cordner’s company, First Thrift Investors, 3807 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 814, Los Angeles, CA, 90010. Sales price: $20,000 plus a 5% sales tax of $1,000. Registration fee of $300. Total price: $21,300.

1973, 10 Apr., California title issued to First Thrift Investors.

1989, August, Warren Cordner passed away and left this car to his son, Carter Cordner.

1989, 02 Sept.–30 Sept., offered in the Ferrari Market Letter by the estate of Warren C. Cordner:

Blue. Original owner. Alloy wheels, tool kits, manuals, complete service records. Excellent original condition. 40K miles. $305K.

1972–2003, Warren Cordner and then his son Carter Cordner were very meticulous in both the service work to their Ferrari and their record keeping of that service work. They kept what we believe are all records and all correspondence in a voluminous file folder.

This file is complete back to the original bill of sale from Hollywood Sports Cars, the authorized Ferrari dealer, and bills and notes for all scheduled maintenance intervals. All paperwork for any extra oil changes and services are also in the file.

Warren Cordner had the Factory authorized Ferrari dealer service his 365 GTC/4 s/n 14841 at 9,000 miles, again at 12,000 miles, 15,000 miles, 18,000 miles, 20,000 miles and 24,000 miles.

Additional service work, with records, was done at 27,000 miles, 30,000 miles, 32,000 miles, 33,000 miles, 34,000 miles, 37,000 miles, 38,700 miles, 40,000 miles and finally at 40,700 miles.

1998, 06 Oct., brake job done by Wide World Of Cars, Spring Valley, New York. All new caliper kits, all new (eight) soft line brake hoses, flush fuel system, new fuel hoses and fuel filters, remove and clean carbs, rebuilt alternator, oil and filter change, total invoice, $4,912.70.

2003, 10 Sept., at 40,900 miles, Carter Cordner had Wide World of Cars, the authorized factory Ferrari dealer in Spring Valley, New York, perform an engine out service with engine top end disassembly, new head gaskets, new seals, belts, gaskets and more. Invoice total $20,010.43.

2005, 03 June, offered on e-bay by Stuart Siegle, Boca Raton Fl, for Carter Cordner.

2005, June, offered in Ferrari Market Letter (FML 3011) by Stuart Siegle, Boca Raton Fl:

Blue sera. One owner from new, dealer serviced every 2–3,000 miles, just completed engine out service at $20,000 cost. Most documented car I have ever seen. Every single book, tools, etc. Incredible example. Factory air. Never damaged. 41,000 miles.

2005, 13 June, e-bay auction won by current owner.

2005, 18 Nov., offered on e-bay:

Miles: 41205. Very nice, very original, rare leather interior. All books and records from new. Major dollars spent recently to make mechanicals correct. If you know the car you know the wonderful exhaust note. Strong driver, these are going up in value fast. Original owner keep meticulous records, notes and receipts. Original Becker radio with the owner’s manual. One of the finer twelve cylinders ever built by Ferrari. Have run out of garage space, would like to see it pampered by the right owner / collector.

2006, 08 Feb., transmission rebuilt by Black Horse Motors, new clutch installed, total invoice $6,060.81.

2006, September, on consignment to Michael Sheehan’s

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.