Lot 260

Open Roads, The European Summer Auction

1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2


€80,000 - €120,000 EUR | Not Sold

Italy | Bologna, Italy



Chassis No.
Italian Libretto
  • The last 365 GT4 2+2 built, and even the last 365-engined Ferrari built
  • Exceptionally well preserved, showing less than 55,000 km from new
  • Retains its original engine
  • Recent full service by Officina Sauro
  • Ferrari Classiche Certified

Please note that this lot will need to be collected in Bologna, Italy.

Addendum: Please note that due to travel restrictions resulting from Covid-19 this car has not been inspected in person by an RM specialist and its inspection report is therefore based on information provided by the consignor as well as available photography. To receive more information where available and connect with a car specialist, please click "Lot Inquiry."

Truly the last of its kind, presented here is the final Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 built. Produced in September 1976, chassis no. 19709 would remain in its native Italy and was delivered to Milan. By 1979, the car had passed to an owner in Florence and the car passed through a subsequent owner in Rome before being acquired by the current owner in Bologna in 2016. Still wearing its original colours of Silver over black leather, it has been exceptionally well preserved and has seen limited use over the last 20 years.

Recently, the car has received a full service by Officina Sauro in Bologna to bring it back to running and driving condition. The air conditioning system has been converted to a more modern setup, and the original radio is said to work well. New Michelin XWX tyres were fitted (in June 2015) and the suspension was overhauled as well. The car’s electrical systems were given a check-over and the Weber carbs were overhauled as well. Invoices from this work are on file. While the bodywork has been refreshed over the years, the car’s interior remains untouched. The leather, interior rubbers, and carpets show wonderful patina and can continue to be used and enjoyed with careful preservation. Most importantly, the car has been certified by Ferrari Classiche and retains its original engine.

The final example of any automobile always adds a special allure, but this 365 GT4 2+2 is also very attractive due to its well-preserved condition, recent service, and relatively low mileage. This would certainly prove to be a wonderful car to drive and enjoy for the enthusiast looking to enjoy the thrills of a carbureted, twelve-cylinder Ferrari with a family of four, a truly significant example of its kind.