Ferrari's 365 GTC/4 is an overlooked model in the storied carmaker's portfolio, despite having all the right specs — a stretched Daytona chassis, Columbo V12, and Pininfarina bodywork that elegantly integrated a rubber bumper required by new US safety regulations at the time. The 365 GTC/4 featured a 2+2 layout and slightly softer suspension tuning, along with power steering to make it more comfortable for long-range and daily operation. Made for only two years between 1971 and 1972, only 550 examples were produced, making it the "forgotten Ferrari" among aficionados of the marque. The example here was delivered new to the UK in 1971 and specified as with left-hand drive, as operation was to take place primarily in Switzerland. A number of upgrades have been fitted by the current owner, including electronic ignition, a vintage look, modern stereo head unit, and vintage Campagnolo magnesium alloy wheels, with an original set of five-spoke Cromodora alloy wheels included.