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FERRARI 365 GT, 2+2


Car No. 332


Motor: 4,4 L

The 365 GT 2+2 is referred to as the Queen Mary model.

It features the V12 Colombo engine with a displacement of 4,4 l, producing 320 hp, and a 5-speed manual transmission. It retains its original engine and comes equipped with power steering, disc brakes on all four wheels, a Becker stereo radio, and an electrical antenna from the factory.


This Ferrari was exported from the factory production to the USA, where it was delivered to Modern Classic Motor (MCM), in Reno, Nevada.

The car was finished in ARGENTO Metallizao over a Rosso leather interior from new.

In the 1970s, the Ferrari came into possession of singer and game show host John Davidson, who retained the car into the 1980s.

Around 2010, it returned to Europe, changing hands among various car collectors.

In 2015, the vehicle underwent a full mechanical maintenance job worth more than €50.000. This work was carried out by the official Ferrari workshop in Italy, Rossocorsa S.r.l.