The Ferrari 365 GTC was an evolution of the Pininfarina-designed 330 GTC. It was updated with a 4390cc V12 engine and minor design details. The ‘GT’ in the name stands for ‘Gran Turismo’ - a car for long distance driving. The ‘C’ stands for ‘Competizione’ -racing. Ferrari also made GTS and GTB variations (the Targa and Berlinetta editions respectively.) The GTC was introduced in 1968 and just 168 examples were made over a two year lifespan..