1970 Ferrari 365GT

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The most popular 365 model was the 1968's 365 GT 2 + 2 which replaced the 330 GT 2+2. Unlike the 330 the 365GT which replaced it had independent rear suspension rather than the live rear 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 being produced in the space of 4 years. Powered by the 4.4 litre Columbo V12 it was no slouch and offered both performance and luxury options.

The car shown here is a two owner vehicle which has always been maintained in pristine condition, having accrued a mere 61,000 miles in its life. The car drives beautifully and has plenty of performance. The current owner has made some updated changes to further improve the performance and comfort for long distance driving. The two original engine cooling fans were replaced by one modern fan with greater cooling capability. The twin original alternators have also been replaced with one modern high output unit. The air conditioning compressor was replaced with a rotary unit offering much improved A/C performance over the original unit. All these changes in no way effect the originality of the car but bring a more modern approach to these important vehicle systems and offer greater performance and comfort for the owners.

The car comes complete with all the original parts prior to any modification. The car is numbers matching and is supplied with full tool roll, owner's manual and engine manual.

A great classic, ready to offer a spirited driving experience for its new owner.

In house and ready for inspection and driving.

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