Borrowing £6,500 over 5 years with a representative APR of 27.4%, an annual interest rate of 27.4% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount payable would be £188.74 per month, with a total cost of credit of £4,824.37 and a total amount payable of £11,324.37
Ferrari 365 GTC4 for £299,950
The 365 GTC/4 shares the chassis, wheelbase, suspension and engine with the 365 Daytona, however in a Pininfarina designed 2+2 body. To accommodate the more practical nature of the car, the 4.4 L V12 engine was slightly detuned from the Daytona to 340bhp, there was a slightly softer suspension set-up and an inclusion of power-steering. These changes made the 365 GTC/4 a more comfortable grand tourer than its two-seat sibling. Just 505 365 GTC/4s were produced between 1971 and 1972.The car we're offering was supplied by Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada and was specified from new with air conditioning, power windows, and a speedometer in mph. The car was imported to the UK in 2014 by Joe Macari who then carried out a full nut and bolt restoration on the car and exhibited it at the 2016 London Classic Car show. Shortly after the show, the car was purchased by Jamiroquai frontman and avid car collector, Jay Kay, where it became a part of his amazing private collection. During its restoration, the car was refinished in a rich Dark Metallic Grey over a luscious blue leather interior. The car maintains a photo album that fully documents its restoration process and also has been awarded red book Classiche Certification from the Ferrari Factory, confirming its matching numbers engine.For many the GTC/4 is a much nicer car to own and drive than the more famous Daytona; and when this is combined by the limited production run and figures, they certainly present a fantastic argument as being the finest 70s Ferrari to own and also invest.