Ferrari 365 GT4 BB
Ferrari 365 GT4 BB | $ 85,000
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Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

The year was 1971 when Ferrari 365 GT4 BB first appeared in the Turin Show. However, it was not since 1976 when the vehicle was made available for public purchase. The mid years were utilized for post production work of this car. The 365 GT4 BB was an entirely different car in terms of appearance, performance and internal features when compared to any of the other Ferrari predecessors. In fact, this car was the first from Ferrari to use a mid-mounted flat-12 Cylinder engine. Ever since the FT4 365BB was launched in the market, positive reviews from customers made way for higher sales. Around 387 models were sold in between a period of 4 years. The GT4 365 BB Ferrari was also known as Daytona. This classic car was priced $186,700 during the 1970's.

   

Interior

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Interior:The car was available in both left as well right drive versions. During the 70's era, this car was the first to introduce satellite radio and cassette player. It was a five seat roadster. There was provision for 3 person at the rear and 2 at the front which included the driver.Driver seat could be adjusted manually three way through special button. Seat belts featured for only the front seaters. Airbags were available at the front. Bottle and file holders were available at the back of front seats. The car featured five reading lights. Mini fans were present for additional comfort. The mid-sized steering wheel featured rubber covering. Steering side gear was present. Interior walls are all fine rubber fabric and beige leather covered for additional comfort. This Ferrari model was the first of its kind to provide with enhanced leg space for passengers as well driver. In fact, The 365 GT4 BB was the first car from Ferrari to introduce ABS brake facility.

 

Exterior

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Exterior: The forward section of Ferrari 365 GT4 BB is wider and more angular in shape. The lower section of nose features eg-crate styled aluminum radiator grille. The driving lights are placed just behind the grill. An indent line drops from the top edge of the grille and ran around body perimeter. It is because of this indent line that the car exterior gets a dual upper-lower design feel. The standard paint finishing below the indent line was pure stain black. In fact, because of this stain black finish, the model also came to be known as BOXER. A forward-hinged winged assembly can be seen located just above the nose. This assembly featured flush-mounted rectangular turn indicator light panels located close to the forward edge. Twin retractable headlights can be seen just behind it.

 

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