The powerful 2+2 was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 1967: the first Ferrari 2+2 with independent rear suspension.
Koni’s combined coil springs/ shock-absorbers ensured excellent road-holding, and comfort was guaranteed by the self-leveling system in the rear, pioneered jointly by Ferrari and Koni. As with the GTB4 and 330 GTC, transmission involved the ‘torque tube’ system.
The chassis had the same wheel-base as the 330 GT 2+2, but the bodywork was totally new, and more like Superfast models than previous 2+2s.
1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 11893 – sold for $363,000 The car offered here, chassis number 11893, was built to European specifications, with left-hand drive and metric instruments, and it was delivered through Torino dealer Italcar S.A. to a local resident, Mr. Schreiber, in June 1969. Complete restoration, including a bare-metal repaint in black, with new leather interior, carpeting, and headliner installed in 1995. Auction Source: RM Sotheby’s Monterey 2015
1968 Ferrari 365GT 2+2 Coupé 11673 – sold for €241,500 According to information supplied by Ferrari historian Marcel Massini, ‘11673’ was delivered new via Ferrari dealer Motor SAS to its first Italian owner. Its original colour scheme was Blu Caracalla (dark blue) with beige leather interior. The accompanying copy of the Estratto Cronologico lists five owners, all resident in Italy, the first of whom owned the Ferrari from 1968 until 1984. Auction Source: 2015 Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais
1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 13795 – sold for $115,500 Cosmetically, the car is a very “nice driver” example. The paint, believed to be the original color, is in good condition throughout. Likewise, the brightwork is in good condition, as is the window glass. The car sits on correct Cromodora wheels, with a matching spare. Original leather upholstery remains in the interior, which shows a lovely patina, but it is nicely preserved. The dash wood is nice and presents beautifully. Auction Source: 2013 Amelia Island by Rm Auctions
1970 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 12743 – sold for $137,500 Limited Ownership and Known History. Beautifully Preserved Original Example. Just 71,000 Miles from New. Offered with Books, Tools and Records. A Well-Cared-For Example. Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction 2012 by Gooding & Company
1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Coupe 12689 – sold for $159,500 The handsome left-hand drive 365 GT 2+2 offered here, chassis 12689, is an original U.S.-delivery, factory air-conditioned example, and the 480th car of the series produced. In August 1969, it was delivered new to Al Garthwaite’s ALGAR, the official Ferrari dealer in Paoli, Pennsylvania, via Chinetti Motors of Greenwich, Connecticut. All of its known history over the ensuing four decades places the car in the general Tri-State Area. Auction Source: 2011 Amelia Island Auction by RM Auctions
1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 11899 – sold for €64,867 It is a very classic and elegant Ferrari comfortable, roomy and confortable, painted in brown metallic with brown leather. The seller said that the mechanical part has been seriously checked. The gearbox synchros, the brakes, the tires and the complete exhaust system are new. Auction Source: 2011 Salon Rétromobile Aucion by Artcurial
1971 Ferrari 365GT 2+2 Coupé – sold for €94,200 First registered 11th June 1971, ‘13935’ was purchased new by Mr & Mrs F P Collins and won a number of concours awards in its early life. It is believed to be the last right-hand drive example imported into the UK and has the larger 215VR15 Michelin XWX tyres instead of the original 205VR15s. These were mounted on the same rims as the Ferrari Daytona. There is a Maranello Concessionaires’ invoice on file dated the 13th March 1984. Auction Source: 2010 Collectors’ Motor Cars at Goodwood Revival by Bonhams