Ferrari 365 GT 2+2
If electricity takes over, the heart and soul will be lost. That is the last day we will produce our cars. – Ferrari
Ferrari in the 60s and 70s. A period when roadtrips became longer, roads connected the far corners for the first time and a period when speed cameras belonged to the future. A time when gasoline was cheaper than water, smoking was cool and you could let your V12 sing without getting angry looks from Greta. We were born too late. Really.
After the 250 GT/E and the 330 GT 2+2, Ferrari introduced the 365 GT 2+2. Entirely new design, available in different ‘body styles’. The 2+2 body was provided by Pininfarina. Built and designed. At the time of its introduction in Paris in ’67, also the largest and most luxurious Ferrari ever built. And with a relatively high revving, 4.4 liter, 12-cylinder engine, 320 real thoroughbreds that, after acceleration, kicked up a storm in the four-pipe Marmitte Ansa’s.
Of the 365 bloodline in the Ferrari family, just over 800 were eventually born. Of those, just over half were the GT 2+2. A car that put Ferrari on the map as not just a supercar manufacturer, but a brand that proved that a combination between GT and sport DNA was indeed possible. Something they had almost forgotten until the FF.
Our 365 is perhaps as you have come to expect from us, ancora più speciali. She spent some time in Schumacher’s chair during her complete nut&bolt restoration and overhaul. Her lower lip has been replaced with that of a 250 GTO, which makes it, in addition to -the further completely original and matching Rari-, an extra attractive appearance. Beautiful headlights, lady!
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