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Discussion in '365 GT4 2+2/400/412' started by dstacy, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. bundas

    bundas F1 Veteran
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    temptation!!
     
  2. markcF355

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    Looks sharp.
    Two things: no rear AC and 70,000 miles.
     
  3. bundas

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    picky, picky
     
  4. ejpoulsen

    ejpoulsen Karting

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    How much would you spend for it?
     
  5. bundas

    bundas F1 Veteran
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    not sure, tring to determine. do i need another, no. am i committed or do i need to be committed. their is talk of the latter
     
  6. Davidindallas

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    70k miles on a 36 year-old car? That's still about 2k a year. Under 500 and I'd be worried about trailer queen stuff if the periods of non use had been recent. The engine compartment seems well maintained, suggesting its been serviced right along. I wouldn't let the miles worry me
     
  7. KraigG

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    Obviously, no one is going to step up to the high opening bid. Is this guy new to ebay? You start it low, and let the excitement build. It's an auction, not a classified ad!
     
  8. markcF355

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    Having driven a 85' 400 daily for around 6 months, I would not buy a 365/400 series without the rear A/C,nor would I buy an automatic. IMO
     
  9. aidanparte

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    I don't think rear A/C was available on the 365 GT/4 2+2. I think it would be easy to survive without it.
     
  10. markcF355

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    Maybe in CT cursing down the Merritt 70 or 80 mph, sun glimmering through the trees, cool wind gently coming in the window.

    Jersey in August, 97 degrees, 80 percent humidity, stuck in traffic on the turnpike, wishing you had rocket launchers built into the front bumper to clear the slow-pokes out of the way, feeling your clothes soak with sweat, well you get the idea. No 365s for me.
     
  11. Davidindallas

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    Funny, I have a 365 with no rear ac and a 412 with it and an automatic. In Texas, I'd take all the ac I can get for sure, but it's damn hot in my acura for the first fifteen minutes or so in the summer. I drive the 365 for fun. In the summer that's usually in the am or early evening and the front ac is fine. The 412 with an automatic is granted not as visceral, but if you want to operate the car you can up and down shift (i.e., caveman tiptronic), it will lurch and blast down the road. It's actually nice having a car that you can drive 150 or in traffic sometimes.
     
  12. dstacy

    dstacy F1 World Champ
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    Driving a 365/400/412 series in TX is indeed a blast.
    I love the run from Houston to San Antonio on I-10.
    Got her cruising at 140 once
     

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