Recently restored in original colors and specification, with desirable factory options and equipment. Books and tools included. One just 180 US-market models and a gorgeous example of Ferrari’s limited production 2+2 GT car.
According to the respected historian Marcel Massini, this gorgeous 1972 365 GTC/4 is an original US-market example, sold new via Luigi Chinetti Motors in Greenwich, Connecticut. Records list the color scheme as Grigio Argento Metallizzato over a black leather interior with rarely seen optional red tartan fabric inserts and red carpets. Factory options include a Becker Mexico radio, Hirschmann aerial, and air conditioning. It is believed that the first owner was Mr. Robert Moe of San Francisco, California. No doubt proud of his new acquisition, Mr. Moe registered the car on the personalized blue plates “72 GTC” and cherished the Ferrari for the next 30-plus years. After years of enjoyment in and around the Bay Area, he began the process of a light restoration, but health issues put the project on hold. Sadly, he passed away before seeing his beloved Ferrari return to the road, and in 2011, the most recent owner purchased the car from Mr. Moe’s estate. The new owner completed the restoration, carefully preserving the car’s authenticity while returning it to a fresh showroom appearance.