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  • Buyers Guide from FerrariLife, May 2006

    Buyers Guide from FerrariLife, May 2006


    See the entire article at http://365gtc4.com/Reference/Ferrari...uyersGuide.pdf...
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  • Buyers Guide from Forza, June 1998

    Buyers Guide from Forza, June 1998








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  • Buyers Guide from Motor Trend, 1973

    Buyers Guide from Motor Trend, 1973

    See also http://365gtc4.com/Reference/MotorTrendBuyersGuide.aspx...
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  • Overview of the 365 GTC/4

    Overview of the 365 GTC/4

    The 365 GTC/4 debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1971. Although the car sports two small rear "seats", it wasn't designed as a replacement for the longer 4-seat 365 GT2+2, instead it was Ferrari's newest civilized and practical 2-seat coupe, similar to the previous 330 GTC and 365 GTC models.


    Mechanically, the 365 GTC/4 is closely related to the 365 GTB/4 "Daytona" but it presented its own innovations, including power assisted steering, a large trunk,...
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  • Headlamp circuit analysis notes

    Headlamp circuit analysis notes

    Disclaimer


    THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS, AND PROBABLY CONTAINS ERRORS. TEST EVERYTHING YOU PLAN TO MODIFY OR REPAIR WITH AN OHMMETER BEFORE CONNECTING A BATTERY TO THE SYSTEM, OR YOU COULD BURN UP YOUR ELECTRICAL HARNESS OR YOUR CAR. USE THIS INFORMATION COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK.

    The C/4 electrical system is one of the most complicated pre-microprocessor, relay-based systems out there, but is in fact only a more involved version of simpler relay-based...
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  • Factory Paint Colors for Ferrari 1971-1973

    Factory Paint Colors for Ferrari 1971-1973

    Ferrari offered 48 different factory paint colors in the years that the 365 GTC/4 was produced. These colors were available on all Ferrri models at that time: the 365 GTC/4, 365 GTB/4, and Dino 246. It is unknown how many of these colors were actually used on 365 GTC/4 models. In addition, Ferrari would allow any special order paint color a well-heeled buyer desired. Regardless of exterior paint color, all 365 GTC/4s received a matte-black tail light panel treatment. The color names and paint codes...
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  • An overview of factory literature for the 365 GTC/4

    An overview of factory literature for the 365 GTC/4

    365 GTC/4 Books


    Correct books and tools are an important part of Ferrari ownership in this day and age. When purchasing a 365 GTC/4 the value should be properly adjusted to reflect the existence and condition of proper literature. This is particularly important for show cars, as the International Advisory Council for the Preservation of the Ferrari Automobile (IAC/PFA) judging standards deduct points for missing books or tools. (See notes at end of page for more details on judging...
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