1968-1970, 150 produced.
Coupe,2 doors,2 seats
The 365GTC was really little more than a larger engined 330GTC, the cars power came from a 4390cc V12 producing a healthy 320bhp.
Alloy wheels and lower profile gave the 365GTC a chunkier, more modern look than its predecessors, inside the car leaned towards luxury and comfort, important ingredients for a 1st class GT.
The demise of the 365GTC was really the end of an era, some 150 cars were produced from 1968-1970.
|4390cc||V12 DOHC||Ferrari V12 DOHC||81mm x 71mm|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Worm||Independent/Coil Springs||Independent/Coil Springs|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|155 mph||6.3 s|
|Publication||Classic Cars September 2003|
|Our Cars - 1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0-Litre-Phil Bell. 1985 Fiat 124 Spider-Ben Field. 1972 Fiat 130 Saloon-Martin Buckley. 1969 Triumph Vitesse, 1967 Jaguar 420-Malcolm McKay.|
Pretty in Pink
|Publication||Classic Cars October 2002|
|Pretty in Pink - Originally thought to have been built for the King of Morocco, a little research into this car explains the reason for its unusual exterior shade of rosso. 1969 Ferrari 365 GTC|
Classic Cars June 2001 pg 72
|Publication||Classic Cars June 2001|
|Ferrari 365 California. We drive the Ferrari that was bought by people for whom most of Maranello's cars were just too common.|