The GTC/4 arrived in March 1971 and was conceived as a more civilised version of the Daytona offering additional luggage space and two very small rear seats. Power steering was fitted as standard with hydraulic self-levelling ride height at the back. Performance 0-60 in 6.1 seconds while a top speed of 163mph was possible. As usual, the bodywork was designed by Pininfarina.
Air conditioning was fitted as standard and this car has the full Connolly leather interior . Production continued for 18 months, during which time just 500 were constructed of which 41 were completed to right-hand drive and just 31 of these were delivered to the UK.
This example cost £9,200 new and was delivered on 6th June 1972. The car is presented in its original combination of Marone Colorado with Crema Leather. The first owner retained the vehicle for some 34 years and it still has its Voxson 8 track stereo and an original tool kit.