1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 For SaleFound this one in Craigslist looking for $185000 located in Mesa, Arizona. This is a very late production example built in 1969 released for 1970 model that was sold and produced by Ferrari designed to be a comfortable grand tourer were built in very small numbers. As shown here is one of only 800 Ferrari's 365 GT 2+2 that was looking for a new home.
This a large luxury grand tourers powered by a large 4.4L Colombo V12 engine with 3 pedals, outfitting them with electric windows and air conditioning along with power steering. The car is described as ideal for tours and road events, impressive sports car which handles both city and highway conditions comfortably.
This more length and large than Ferrari interior standards, all shows well for its age overall, no words about renovated. Despite not all represented by photos upholstery looks to be in good shape as does the black carpets, overall look quite clean from here.
As shown here is a correct type of the 365 GT 2+2 engine but not numbers-matching was reported, the good thing is no words about issue. This is a 4.4 L Colombo Tipo 245 V12 was backed by manual transmission which produces 320 hp and 152 mph for top speed.
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1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2
A very Late Production Example
Power Windows, Power Steering & Air Conditioning
One of Only 809 Examples Produced from 1967-1970
The 365 GT 2+2 was built for the sporting enthusiast with additional comfort, giving the quintessential 1960s vintage Ferrari experience with the last of the curvaceous Pininfarina-bodied grand tourers, powered by the final iteration of the Colombo V-12 two-cam engine.
This Queen Mary as they have been called by the industry were called that because the car is a big boat but it is the ideal driver, equipped with power windows, power steering and air conditioning. Red over what appears to be largely original Black leather upholstery; the cabin looks well preserved, showing a comfortable patina with original wood veneer, Blaupunkt radio, working lights, instruments and etched glass. The lacquer paintwork is older, but displays an honest and matured consistency throughout without any signs of underlying corrosion. The original color was silver. The fitted 365 motor (correct type but not matching) quickly revs to power and is extremely solid and by performance shows that it has had extensive work done to the internals but I do not have records of it. The car overall feels very solid and suitable for continued enjoyment.
Ferrari's 365 GT 2+2 is a gentleman's sports car with the pedigree to match. Timeless style and uncompromising performance, so common among Ferrari's classic Grand Touring cars is equally fitted for leisurely cruising or a serious 320-horsepower jaunt around the curves. Early V12 Ferrari's have become extremely collectible and highly sought after investments, and The Queen Mary of Ferrari's certainly commands a respectable entry into the league.
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