1974 Ferrari 365 GT4/BBSOLD
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We are pleased to offer 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4/BB s/n 18201. The 225th of only 387 Ferrari 365 GT4/BBs built. Because this 365 GT4/BB is now thirty–three years old, it can be imported into the US or Canada without the dreaded EPA and DOT complications, and can also be imported into multiple other countries at a low customs duty rate because it is over thirty years old. This 365 GT4/BB offers a chance for the enthusiast to own a 365 GT4/BB that will never again endure the EPA’s smog pumps, catalysts, or air injectors, or the DOT’s hideous “safety–bumpers”, or seat belt buzzers. California smog exempt! In Europe, with EEC duty paid.

GT4/BB s/n 18201 has a well documented ownership history from new and has just been treated to a complete repaint in Ferrari’s Rosso Corsa over an excellent original and undamaged body. The “as new” paint is complemented by excellent body gaps and panel fit. 365 GT4/BB s/n 18201 has also just finished an engine–out 30k service with new cam belts, tensioner and a full set of new correct Michelin XWX tires. Has the correct early single piece seats with excellent patina original black leather and an unusually nice original dash. Complete with the jack kit and “thin” spare wheel and tire. The 365 GT4/BB is much more rare, more collectable and faster than a 365 GTB/4 Daytona at half the price.

Reference Number 12056

as of 8/7/2007

Overview
Car 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4/BB
VIN 18201 
Small Series  1 of 387 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Exterior: Alloy rims
Interior: Leather interior, Leather steering wheel 
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Known History

S/n 18201. Identified as 365 GT4/BB. Destinazione Arras, Italy. Assembly sequence no. 225, body no. 232. (H. Raab "Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed"). Euro model. Engine # 00218.

 

1974, July, build date.

 

1974, 09 Sept., delivered new by Ferrari to Vittoria Derona, for Dr. Albert Arras, a professor in New York.

 

1975, March, entered into the US through New York City. The importer of record was Albert C. Arras. US and EPA and DOT certified by Dick Fritz, Amerispec. Silver with black.

 

1975, sold for Albert Arras by Luigi Chinetti Motors to Buck Fulp, Anderson, SC.

 

1977, Spring, sold by Buck Fulp to Dr. Lou Korngold, a plastic surgeon.

 

1979, March, traded in by Dr. Korngold and sold by Dick Fritz to Brian McNamara, West Hartford, CT.

 

1981, FML 0709: offered by Brian McNamara, West Hartford, CT.

 

Gray with black interior. USA legal by Amerispec. 19,000 miles.

 

1982, FML 0807: offered by Brian McNamara, West Hartford, CT.

 

Gray with black interior. USA legal by Amerispec. 512 a/c ducts. 19,000 miles.

 

1983, FML 0821: offered by Brian McNamara, West Hartford, CT.

 

Gray with black interior. USA legal by Amerispec. 19,000 miles.

 

1983, to Alan Bussey, England, as per the FOC GB register.

 

Sold to Sweden.

 

1990, 08 Feb., at Brooks Auction, Donnington Collection:

 

Just completed 18–month restoration by Bob Houghton. Repainted red, original interior Connollised. Originally delivered to America, then taken to Sweden where it was bought by the present owner. Tax paid in USA, UK & Sweden. 45,000 miles.

 

Sold for $237,650 to Jose Maria Machado, a Spanish businessman. Kept in London and Spain.

 

2000, 22 Apr. to 20 May, FML: by 44 171 485 2733.

Rosso corsa (red) with black leather. Well–maintained by DK Engineering, recent gearbox overhaul. 30,000 miles.

 

2000, May, offered at the Coy’s auction, did not sell. The gearbox and clutch were replaced and a minor belt service was done pre–auction, fitted with 512 rear wheels.

 

2002, traded by the Spanish owner Jose Maria Machado to Miguel Pais do Amaral, Lisbon, Portugal, on a 365 GTB/4 Daytona Group 4 Comp. conversion.

 

2004, 28 Feb., seen at Retromóvil Madrid, the annual classic car motorshow in Madrid. Red/black, registered “M–5098–OB” (Madrid), but in care of Lorenzini Autosports from Portugal.

 

2004, driven on the Tour de Espana by Jose Ruela owner of Lorenzini Autosports, Lisbon, Portugal and Miguel Pais do Amaral.

 

2005, December, inspected in Portugal by Conrad Stevenson Restorations for Mike Sheehan and Bruce Trenery. 53,109 Km. Wear on interior, no crash damage. 1 year in dry storage.

 

2007, May, sold to current owner.

 

2007, May – July, serviced by Lorenzini Autosports, Lisbon, Portugal. Fitted with new Michelin XWXs on all corners. Minor body touch up. New Rossa Corsa paint. A full engine–out 30k major service with the cambelts done.