1970 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 s/n 13659 Dark Blue with Black Leather Interior At the time of its introduction, the 365 GT 2+2 represented significant advances for Ferrari, particularly their 2+2 models. The combination of independent suspension all around for the first time on a 2+2 model and the new torque tube arrangement made the cars quieter, more comfortable, and more capable than ever before. The inclusion of additional convenience and luxury features further enhanced the car's comfort, with standardized power steering and air conditioning. The familiar front-mounted 4.4 liter V12 and attractive Pininfarina styling ensured that the car retained all of the traditional positive Ferrari traits, ensuring an authentic vintage Ferrari experience and an excellent value compared to other front-engined V12 Ferraris from the same period. In all, just 800 examples were built, making these cars quite rare as well. This car was completed in September of 1970 and was originally light blue metallic. It was sold new by Dino Ravasio & Sons, the Ferrari concessionaire in Verona, Italy, to its first owner, Melzi S.p.A. of Rome. The car was serviced at the Ferrari factory in November of 1970 and June
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