Cars We Sold

1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Serial Number 14015


Lead photograph of 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Serial Number 14015

We are pleased to offer 365 GTB/4 s/n 14015. Delivered new in silver gray with black leather as a 1971 USA model Daytona. Service records outlining mechanical work completed back to 1994. Serviced at 53,167 km by FAF Motorcars in Atlanta, Georgia. This comprehensive service included soft brake lines, ball joints, belts, hoses, water pump and seals, and a new clutch. The engine starts easily and runs strong with good power. Second gear syncro is excellent, even when cold. The steering box has been rebuilt and the car tracks straight. The car is equipped with the correct Ansa exhaust and sounds as it should. The new owner should plan to overhaul all four shocks, which were last done in 1994. Currently the car shows 57,791 km.

Repainted in Ferrari red and looks like a Pebble Beach show car from five feet away, but up close the critical eye will notice small imperfections. All the exterior chrome and stainless trim is in good original condition. All window glass, including the windshield, is excellent. Most of the body seals and gaskets are original and in good condition. The door shut on both driver’s and passenger’s sides is crisp and the alignment is good. It is fitted with the correct side mirrors and sits on nice Cromadora wheels with Michelin XWX tires.

The interior is excellent with very soft leather seats, excellent door panels, headliner, carpets and rear shelf. This car has a correct European type Ferrari wood steering wheel in very good condition. The console is in good condition but shows some minor scarring on the leather. It still has the original Becker Europa radio. The door jams and sill plates are clean and tidy. Even the wing window latches are still in place, a common weak point on Daytonas. All the gauges are fully functional, and the A/C blows cool, but not very cold. The engine compartment is original and nicely detailed. The original hood supports remain, and the original hood pad is in excellent condition. Complete with the jack, jack bag and hammer, spare and records going back to 1994.

Priced right at $219,500. Partial trades of 355s, 360s, 456s, 550s or 575s considered.

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