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1970 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Coupe Pininfarina 
Queen Mothers
Matching Numbers 
Factory Air-condition


Body Style: 2dr Coupe
Engine: 12-cyl. 4390cc/320hp 3 Weber Carbs
Chassis No: 12483
Engine No: 12483
Exterior Color:  Burgundy
Interior Color: Black Leather
Transmission: Manual Transmission

 
History of the 1967-1971 Ferrari 365 GT:
Those present at the 1967 Paris Auto Show saw the new Ferrari 365 GT 2+2, resplendent in new Pininfarina coachwork that utilized styling cues from the Superfast as well as the 330 GTC, combined with the new and larger 4.4-liter, 320-hp version of the veteran Colombo V-12. 
Driving one of these "Queen Mothers," as Road & Track called them, is heightened by the sound of the car’s Weber carburetors, capable handling and braking (courtesy of four-wheel vented disc brakes), and a driver environment that included power steering, electric windows, air conditioning, and an abundance of wood and leather on the dash. There were no real options other than an automatic transmission that was fitted to only six cars, all of which were imported by Luigi Chinetti for the U.S. market. The 365 GT 2+2 is a luxurious and capable choice for any enthusiast who is looking to have one of the last of the classically styled Colombo V-12 2+2s from the 1960s. 
 

About this Car:
This is a Numbers Matching Ferrari with Factory Air Conditioning. It is a strong driving car. The car comes with an Original Tool Roll. Five-Star Cromodora Wheels. 365 GT 2+2 Operating Maintenance/Service Handbook Binder. Service Records.  Marcel Massini Report.

History: Frame sent to Carrozzeria Pininfarina in March 1969. Factory completion month was May 1969. It was delivered new to William F. Harrah’s U. S. West Coast distributorship MCM Modern Classic Motors in Sparks (Reno), NV/USA Mid-1969.  Sold by MCM to the first private owner in 1969. In 1973 repainted dark red metallic per Marcel Massini Report. In 1973 it was sold by the first owner to the second owner Giorgio Vecchiola, a foreign car mechanic in San Francisco, CA/USA. Per the Marcel Massini Report the 2nd owner Giorgio Vecchiola was a Ferrari mechanic that was trained by the Ferrari  factory in Modena, Italy and he took very well care of the car during his ownership. Sold in January 2014 to its last owner who lives in San Diego, CA and has owned the car since. 

We look forward to working with you on the purchase of this special Ferrari.

Repairs/Service:
Approximately 2,000 miles since significant work was performed totaling over $30K; including: top engine rebuild, new clutch, front and rear engine seals, engine mounts, radiator recore, new belts, carb rebuild and new tires. Major service completed including: new ignition wires, points/condensers, engine, transmission and differential oil, brake fluid flush, lube and air filters. Self-leveling Koni shocks replaced with superior adjustable coil-over shocks from T. Rutlands. The original rebuilt Koni shocks are included. 


Listed Price$237,000 Now$229,000
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