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1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Serial Number 15625


Lead photograph of 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Serial Number 15625


Make   Ferrari Model   365 GTC/4
Year   1972 Serial #   15625
Engine #   00419 VIN   
Engine Type   F 101 AC 000 Chassis Type   F 101 AC 100
Build Sequence #    Number Built   505
Body Type   Coupe Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   Cizek Current Owner   Ferraris-online - Fantasy Junction
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California


1972 USA model 365 GTC/4 s/n 15625. Four long–term owners from new, with service history and ownership documentation going back to new. 27,733 miles. The engine, transmission, and differential numbers are all correct for this chassis. Rosso Nearco exterior, black leather interior, red carpets, grey mouse–fur dash and console.

This is a wonderful driving car. All the controls are light to the touch and operate harmoniously. Very original and unmolested with an older high–quality repaint in the original colors.


S/n 15625. 365 GTC/4. USA Model. Build date May 1972. Factory warranty card number 5773/2958.

1973, purchased by Robert Cizek (TX, USA) through Simpson Automobiles, Sid Simpson’s original shop.

1973, 27 Apr., Sid Simpson flew to Reno, picked up the car from Harrah’s (West Coast Ferrari distributor), and drove it back to Houston.

1973–1976, owned by Robert Cizek.

1974, 11 Apr., replaced left main muffler and one tire. 5,525 miles.

1975, 09 Mar., changed brake fluid, adjust valves and chain, new plugs, adjust points, adjust carbs and tune. 7,889 miles.

1976, sold to Jack Pagan, Corpus Christi. 8,000 miles.

1976–1982, owned by Jack Pagan, Corpus Christi.

1981, 14 Oct., new plugs, tune, four new tires. 11,949 miles.

1982, sold to Sam Stewart, Traverse City, MI. 11,956 miles.

1982,–1997 owned by Sam Stewart, Traverse City, MI.

1983, 19 Mar., clean battery area, replace right heater shut–off, flush coolant, replace air filters and clean main fuel filters. 13,055 miles.

1983, 02 Aug., replace hood struts. 14,520 miles.

1983, late, for sale by Sam Stewart. Asking price $ 49,000.

1983, 01 Dec., modify thermostat, flush coolant, change brake fluid, inspect brakes and measure discs. 16,227 miles.

1984, 19 Oct., replace heater control valve and flush coolant. 17,299 miles.

1986, 01 May, new plugs (NGK BP6-ES), compression check, new battery (Delco 27 F 50). 18,663 miles.

1987, 17 Apr., install new tailpipes. 20,670 miles.

1987, 27 July, install left front brake hoses. 21,553 miles.

1989, 06 May, replace fuel filter. 23,676 miles.

1989, 05 Aug.–02 Sept., for sale in Ferrari Market Letter by Sam Stewart at 616 947 2426. Rosso Nearo with black interior. recent tune–up, valve adjustment, clutch, tires and paint detail.Very clean and original. Complete records. 24,000 miles. $320K.

1989, 15 Sept., adjust valves; retorque heads; clean and adjust points and plugs; disassemble/clean/reassemble carbs; tune; replace alternator belt, air filters, thermostat, clutch disc and plate; four new tires (Michelin XWX 215/70VR15); buff body; repaint black trim skirts, hood and trunk; crinckle paint cam covers and air cleaner shrouds. 23,986 miles.

1990, 03 Feb.–18 Aug., for sale in Ferrari Market Letter by Sam Stewart at 616 947 2426. Rosso Nearco with black leather. Major tune–up, excellent original condition. Complete records. 24,800 miles. $250,000.

1990, 27 Oct.–22 Dec., for sale in FML by Classic Ferrari, Dallas, TX. Red with black interior. Exceptional condition. Complete service records back to original date of purchase. All tools, books and factory repair manuals. 25,000 miles. $195,000.

1991, 5 Jan.–09 Nov., for sale in FML by Classic Ferrari, Dallas, TX. Red with original black. 25,000 miles. Complete service history since new. All books, records, tools and factory repair manuals. Exceptional. $149,000. Registered on Texas plates F-RRR-E.

1997, sold to Bryan Cashion (TX, USA) via Ferrari of Dallas, Houston Texas. 25,800 miles. Registered on plates ZJD 82W (TX, USA)

2006, July sold to and Fantasy Junction.

2006, August for sale by Michael Sheehan’s and Bruce Trenery’s Fantasy Junction.

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.