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1968 Ferrari 365 GT

1968 Ferrari 365 GT
89,100.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2004, Monterey CA Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 5531 1968 Ferrari 365 GT Final Bid: $ 89,100.00 - Monterey 2004 With its elegant, imposing lines, it was the first Ferrari to feature power steering and air conditioning as standard equipment for the American market, as well as a spacious luggage compartment and two proper rear seats. A hydropneumatic self-leveling rear suspension system was developed with Koni to guarantee excellent roadholding whatever the load. Independent four-wheel suspension complementing the potent 12 cylinder engine mated to the 5 speed manual transmission completes the ultimate in the Grand Touring tradition. The stunning design line by Pinninfarina, immortalized by the Super America series is exquisitely showcased in what have been fondly nicknamed “Queen Mother” by Ferrari enthusiasts. Approximately 800 cars were built between 1967 and 1971. Following a complete restoration by Classic European Restorations of Southern California, this particular 365 has enjoyed the accolades and awards of four major Concours competitions. In addition, to having been certified Platinum, the highest level of achievement by the Ferrari Club of America, this GT has also been bestowed Outstanding GT in the fall of 2003 at the Arizona Ferrari Concours. In keeping with the stringent requirements for Platinum Certification, a complement of books and tools naturally accompany the automobile. Please review the photographs during preview provided of these critical items. As testament to the mechanical condition of this outstanding 365 GT, the most recent edition of the renowned Copperstate 1000 Road Rallye tour through scenic Arizona was completed without incident this past April 2004. Many may lay claim to the statement “drives as good as she looks” but few can have proven so worthy with1000 miles of enthusiastic driving pleasure.
by Douglas

1966 Ferrari 365 California

1966 Ferrari 365 California
1966 Ferrari 365 California Body by: Carrozzeria Pinifarina, Turin, Italy Blackhawk Auto Museum in Danville, California. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
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1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4
89,100.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2003, Scottsdale, AZ Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 410 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Final Bid: $ 89,100.00 - Scottsdale 2003 With values of Daytona Spyers now above $350 thousand, few will argue the relative appeal of this Claudio Spyder conversion on the similar equipped C/4. Created expressly for the US market, the 320 horsepower engine was identical to its Daytona brethren with the exception of the side draft Weber carburetors, allowing the low hood line and ample room for the required emission control equipment. Continuing the refinement and evolution of Ferrari's luxury road cars, air conditioning, radios, power steering and disc brakes were now standard. Benefiting from a recent full service including transmission, this stunning vehicle is an other outstanding example offered from the Michael Anthony Collection.
by Douglas

1967 Ferrari 365 GT

1967 Ferrari 365 GT
1967 Ferrari 365 GT
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1969 Ferrari 365 GT

1969 Ferrari 365 GT
96,800.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2004, Monterey CA Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 5533 1969 Ferrari 365 GT Final Bid: $ 96,800.00 - Monterey 2004 The 365 GT 2 2 was presented at the 1967 Paris Motor Show, and was the heir to the 500 Superfast, upholding the tradition of the 250 GTE and 330 GT 2 2. With its elegant, imposing lines, it was the first Ferrari to feature power steering and air conditioning as standard equipment for the American market, as well as a spacious luggage compartment and two proper rear seats. Approximately 800 cars were built between 1967 and 1971. Easily the most affordable of the vintage front engine V12 Ferraris, the classic Pinninfarina line remembered best as penned for the Super America, presents the best value in the marketplace. A full cosmetic restoration just recently completed will entice the most discriminating Ferrari enthusiast. A certified US model with the appropriate equipment has this GT ready for driving enjoyment and will complement any collection of vintage European sports cars.
by Douglas

1968 Ferrari 365 GT

1968 Ferrari 365 GT
51,300.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2003, Scottsdale, AZ Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 1643 1968 Ferrari 365 GT Final Bid: $ 51,300.00 - Scottsdale 2003 A unique example of Ferrari history from Switzerland. Though originally a French spec. car, this 365 was bought by a Swiss and spent all of it's life in the high and dry air around Montreux. In the late eighties it was shipped to Italy, where it purportedly underwent a full refurbishment by Ferrari. The car has only the original 63.448 km and save for the typical syncro wear exhibited prior to warm up, it's drivability and appearances are excellent. This one the first models to be equipped with fully independent suspension, concentric Koni telescopic shocks and coiling springs all around, coupled with a Koni and Ferrari-developed self-leveling rear suspension. Also, due to the new independent rear suspension, less noise is heard inside the car. This model of Ferrari also sported a new look. This look is more reminiscent of the Superfast than of the previous 2 2’s. The 365 had, at that time, the most effort put into convenience features than any other Ferrari’s, and it shows. The 365 GT was the most sophisticated Ferrari produced up to its date of manufacture. This is more comfortable than any other produced until the 1980’s, without losing the Ferrari feel.
by Douglas

1969 Ferrari 365 GT

1969 Ferrari 365 GT
55,080.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2004, Scottsdale AZ Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 5330 1969 Ferrari 365 GT Final Bid: $ 55,080.00 - Scottsdale 2004 This was one of the first models to be equipped with fully independent suspension, concentric Koni telescopic shocks and coiling springs all around, coupled with a Koni and Ferrari-developed self-leveling rear suspension. Also, due to the new independent rear suspension, less noise is heard inside the car. This model of Ferrari also sported a new look. This look is more reminiscent of the Super fast than of the previous 2 2’s. The 365 had, at that time, the most effort put into convenience features than any other Ferrari’s, and it shows. The 365 GT was the most sophisticated Ferrari produced up to its date of manufacture. This is more comfortable than any other produced until the 1980’s, without losing the Ferrari feel.
by Douglas

1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Coupe

1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Coupe
159,500.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: The Worldwide Group Auctioneers 2008, August 30 - The Auburn Auction The Worldwide Group Auctioneers 2952 County Road 68 Auburn, Indiana 46706 Phone: 800-990-6789 Phone: 260-927-0000 Website: www.wwgauctions.com 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Coupe $159,500
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1968 Ferrari 365

1968 Ferrari 365
67,500.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Russo and Steele Collector Car Auction 2003, Monterey CA Russo and Steele 5230 S. 39th Street Phoenix, AZ. 85040 Phone: 602.252.2697 Website: www.russoandsteele.com Consignment # 5103 1968 Ferrari 365 Final Bid: $ 67,500.00 - Monterey 2003 This is a unique example of Ferrari history from Switzerland. Though originally a French spec car, this 365 was bought by a Swiss and spent all of its life in the high and dry air around Montreux. In the late eighties it was shipped to Italy, where it purportedly underwent a full refurbishment by Ferrari. The car has only the original 63.448 km and save for the typical syncro wear exhibited prior to warm up, it's drivability and appearances are excellent. This one the first models to be equipped with fully independent suspension, concentric Koni telescopic shocks and coiling springs all around, coupled with a Koni and Ferrari-developed self-leveling rear suspension. Also, due to the new independent rear suspension, less noise is heard inside the car. This model of Ferrari also sported a new look. This look is more reminiscent of the Super fast than of the previous 2 2’s. The 365 had, at that time, the most effort put into convenience features than any other Ferrari’s, and it shows. The 365 GT was the most sophisticated Ferrari produced up to its date of manufacture. This is more comfortable than any other produced until the 1980’s, without losing the Ferrari feel.
by Douglas

1971 Ferrari Zagato Spyder

1971 Ferrari Zagato Spyder
1971 Ferrari Zagato Spyder
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Ferrari 365

The 365 GT Ferrari was presented for the first time at the Paris Motor Show of 1967 as a replacement for the 4 litre 330 GT 2+2. It was however a new departure for Ferrari and incorporated a sophistication not seen on previous four-seater coupes. The styling combined the elegant nose of the exclusive 500 Superfast, while the rear was a development of the 330 GTC Speciale and 275 GTB. Under the steel bodywork was an all-new chassis unit with unequal length wishbones and coil springs at the rear replacing the live rear axle of the 330 GT 2+2. The model pioneered the use of self-leveling rear suspension on a Ferrari, using Koni hydro-pneumatic units to account for variations in load. Also new to Ferrari was the adoption of power steering, which with the addition of air conditioning to complement the power brakes and windows, gave the car a true luxury, grand touring personality.

The spirited 4.4 litre V12 delivered a genuine 300+ bhp and a lot of torque, which made the car good for 150 mph with handling and road qualities to match. The model was a critical success for Ferrari, which produced 800 units, representing half of all V12 factory production between 1968-1971. This sophisticated and luxurious car is probably the best of all the four-place Ferrari GT cars.

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