1 of 500 built / V-12
268 c.i. 330 h.p.
one year only, the “C4”, as with all Ferrari 2+2s, was at the top of
the company’s price list (which is curious to me as they take a back
seat, if you will, to the two-seaters when it comes to resale.)
C More "C4".....
In the six months that I owned the Daytona, and given the fact that
it was no fun to drive – primarily due to the steering effort
required – I still managed to accumulate 5000 miles on the car.
here to continue)
The GTC4 was
the only Ferrari at the time offered with power steering, which was
the main reason I bought it, trading my ’72 Daytona as it steered
like a truck and I had a broken wrist healing in a cast for five
months from February to June of 1973. This car is entirely
original except for the tires which have been replaced through the
years with original issue.
are lovely cars, quite similar in design to the GTB4 Daytona, and
with the power steering and non-gated ZF gearbox, much more
pleasurable to drive than the GTB4. Given the prices the Daytona has
commanded in the past twenty years, I should have taken my dad’s
advice in 1973 and kept the Daytona while purchasing the GTC4.
Selling it just seemed the sensible thing to do at the time!
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