Today’s featured vehicle is a 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4. At the heart of this Enzo-era Prancing Horse is a 4.4-liter V-12. This engine, though similar to the V-12 that powers the contemporary Daytona, underwent some repackaging to fit under the extremely low hood of the Pininfarina-designed wedge. Ferrari fitted six sidedraft Webers and a wet sump system to lower the engine’s profile and bolted on lower-compressions heads as well. The 320-hp (340 in European spec) GTC/4 had more tricks up its sleeve, of course, as befit a Ferrari: four-wheel independent suspension and self-leveling rear shocks shared with the outgoing 365 GT 2+2.