Ferrari introduced the 365 GT 2+2 at the 1967 Paris Motorshow. The car succeeded the 330 GT, and continued the tradition of the 4-seats Ferrari, as started with the 250 GTE. The front of the 365 GT was inspired by the design of the famous 500 Superfast, while the rear end was similar to the 330. It was again designed by Pininfarina, and the coachwork is a perfect blend of elegance and discretion. By using an independent suspension set-up, the 365 GT 2+2 was a very comfortable car to drive. It also had power steering and climate control as standard, and the powerful V12 engine propelled this big car to illegal speeds in the most comfortable way imaginable. Ferrari built 809 examples of their big GT between 1967 and 1971, which makes it quite a rare car.
We are selling this car on behalf of the owner, a Ferrari collector and enthusiast. It was originally delivered in Italy, and came to Belgium a couple of years ago. This 365 has been repainted some years ago, and has an original and beautifully patinated full hide interior. It just had a full service by an official Ferrari dealership, and is ready to be enjoyed by the next owner.
Like most classic Ferrari’s, the 365 GT 2+2 is becomin
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Temse, 9140, Flanders
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