Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake 

  • $20k
  • 1975
  • 353 HP 4.4L
  • 173 mph
 
Pininfarina's landmark design epitomized the ultimate in front-engined, V12-powered berlinettas, a combination of beauty and performance that has become an icon of design.
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Not surprisingly, Lou Chinetti's designs sometimes found expression on Ferraris, including this exceptional and well known Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Shooting Break.
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Road Tests Real world tests of the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake

Top speed

365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake
173 mph
Agera R
260 mph
Veyron
253 mph

Data points Key details of the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake

Price

365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake
$20k
Veneno
$4.106M
Veyron
$1.50M

Horsepower

365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake
353 HP
Agera R
1,115 HP
Veyron
987 HP

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Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake

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Pininfarina's landmark design epitomized the ultimate in front-engined, V12-powered berlinettas, a combination of beauty and performance that has become an icon of design.
Few chose to experiment with the Daytona's design but one who did was Luigi Chinetti, Jr., son of the three-time Le Mans winner and U.S. Ferrari importer.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Ferrari
Price $19,500
Year 1975

power & handling

Maximum hp 353 HP @ 7,500 RPM
Maximum torque 319 ft-lb @ 5,000 RPM
Max RPM 7,500 RPM
Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Displacement 4,390 cc
Cylinders V12
Air compressor None
Fuels Gas
Compression ratio 9.3:1
Bore/stroke 3.19 in / 2.8 in
Valvetrain DOHC
Valves per cylinder 2 valves

road tests

Top speed 173 mph

transmission

Drivetrain Front Engine / RWD
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 5 gears
Gear ratios
  1. 1: 3.08:1
  2. 2: 2.12:1
  3. 3: 1.57:1
  4. 4: 1.25:1
  5. 5: 0.96:1
Axle ratio 3.3:1

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
Front wheels 381/? 190
Rear wheels 381/? 190

physical dimensions

Width 69.3 in
Height 49 in
Front track width 56.7 in
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