The most popular Ferrari 365 model was the 1970’s 365 GT 2+2. The luxurious 365GT 2+2 vehicle had independent rear suspension, power steering, electronic windows and air conditioning. It first debuted at the Autosalon de Paris in 1967, after which only 800 were ever produced; it quickly became the company’s top-selling model. A classic car developed by the infamous Pininfarina, this model was also known as the Queen Mary due to its fuller size.
Our Queen Mary, Ferrari 365 GT 2+2, was delivered on 28th February 1969. The exterior was re-painted around 3 years ago in the original aquamarine metallic finish and still has its original tan leather interior in excellent shape. The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 holds its original toolset accessory kit and showcases the matching numbers 4.4 Liter Colombo V-12 cylinder under the hood.
The car is in excellent mechanical condition and is an absolute treat to drive! It is undergoing some technical maintenance at this moment.
Body Style: 2+2 Coupe
Engine: 4390 cc, 250 HP