1968 Ferrari 365GT 2+2
- Chassis # 11095
- Engine # 10091
- History report by Marcel Massini
- European Version sold in Italy
- Major Service performed in 2006
- 1 of 809 produced from 1967 to 1971
- Designer Aldo Brovarone at Pininfarina
- Price: $179,500
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Completed in March of 1968, 11095 was delivered new to official Ferrari dealer M. Gastone Crepaldi S.a.s., at Via San Marco 206 in Milan, Italy and sold new that April to Mr. Cerana, of Varese, Italy and registered on Italian license plates of Varese “VA 221780”. This LHD European specification GT wore Blu Sera (20100M) paint over Beige (VM3218) leather upholstery. The car was later exported to the states in the early 1970s, where it has since resided.
The Ferrari received its current colors and mechanical configuration several years ago and has remained largely unused. Equipped with optioned Borrani wire wheels (with matching spare), power windows, power steering and air conditioning. Period Blaupunkt radio and rare emergency window crank remain with the car. Early V12 Ferrari’s have become extremely collectable and highly sought after investments – The Queen Mother of Ferraris is a great choice for touring enjoyment and this example is attractively priced.
The most popular 365 model was 1968’s 365 GT 2+2, replacing the 330 GT 2+2. Unlike the 330GT2+2 car it replaced, which had a live rear axle on leaf springs, the 365GT 2+2 had independent rear suspension rather than the live axle of the 365 California.
The 365 GT 2+2 was a luxurious car with leather seats, power steering and brakes, electric windows, and optional air conditioning. It quickly became the company’s top-selling model with about 800 produced in four years, 52 of which were right hand drive. When leaving the factory the 365 GT 2+2 originally fitted Pirelli Cinturato 205VR15 tyres (CN72).
Wheelbase: 104.3 in
Length: 195.8 in
Width: 70.3 in
Height: 53 in
Curb Weight: 3,263 lb
Predecessor: Ferrari 330GT 2+2
Successor: Ferrari 365 GTC/4
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