Popular when new, this was the longest running Ferrari body shape of all time, and is great value to this day
Aimed at the family man of style and substance. Allow for number changes around the same bodyshell and this is the longest-running Ferrari of all time at 17 years. The 365s started with a 4.4-litre V12, but this grew to 4.8 litres (400) and finally five litres (412i) by 1986. Quick and fine-handling despite their size, the penalty comes at the pumps, where you can expect 10-12mpg. Prices quoted are for the 412i; 365s are a little more and 400s cost a little less. Most came with a General Motors-sourced four-speed automatic gearbox.