• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    500 km / 311 mi
  • Car type 
  • Chassis number 
  • Engine number 
  • Electric windows
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Exterior brand colour 
    Blu Caracalla
  • Interior colour 
  • Interior brand colour 
  • Interior type 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    320 BHP / 325 PS / 239 kW
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


Paris, 1967. The Beau Monde of the automotive world had gathered in the city of enlightenment, art, and revolution. Amidst the excitement of the Paris Salon, sparkled an unmistakable, almost cosmic presence. A mysterious piece of self-expression. It was here that the world was introduced to a new icon for the very first time. Unparalleled in design. A symbiosis of style and ingenuity. Never more enchanting, the Ferrari 365 GT 2+2. One of the most revolutionary machines of its time was about to carve its way into the hearts and imagination of those who beheld it. A peerless masterpiece that would push the boundaries of the automotive world.

And how it did so... The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 swept through the automotive industry like a breath of fresh air. It was better, more beautiful, and even more sophisticated than imagined. Pininfarina had managed to build a four-seater that knew no compromises. A car that bridged the art of luxurious travel with its sporting genes. Catering to the desire to comfortably cover long distances, the Ferrari was the first Pininfarina to come standard with several groundbreaking technologies such as power steering, air conditioning, and hydraulic, self-leveling rear-suspension. One, two, four people... the Ferrari remains effortlessly balanced. Sit down, relax... and be challenged. The transition between tranquility and excitement is seamless when you let the 4.4-liter V12 engine roar. Before you know it, you are powered by 320 Ferrari horses and flying at an astounding velocity of 245 km/h. Like a symphony of speed and finesse. Truly Ferrari.

The duality of the 356GT 2+2 has never found a more beautiful reflection than in our Ferrari. Fiery as a ruby and mythical as the universe. Rosso-red on the inside, deeply sparkling Caracala Blu on the outside. Perfection in contrast. Number 123 of the 801 models built. Only one of few with this exceptional original color combination. And thanks to the thorough restoration process, flawlessly in leather and lacquer.

As befits a true thoroughbred horse, everything about this Ferrari is known. The car has a complete ownership history, officially documented in the accompanying report by Ferrari historian and authority Marcel Massini. Even a copy of the original Italian registration is included. With photos, the entire process, from finding the car to the concours restoration is substantiated and tracked (bodywork performed by Carrozzeria Labro, paint job by Classic & Exclusive, assembly by CSRS, and interior by Peet Classics). Every element, from the original drivetrain to the meticulous details of its interior, has been revised with love and restored to its original state where possible. This is restoration to perfection. The documentation includes all matching numbers and original drivetrain components. Even the smallest details have been handled with the greatest precision. Only when the original parts could not be restored was the choice made to replace them with factory-original spare parts. The result? A more beautiful 365GT 2+2 is hard to find in our eyes.

Radiating the same essence as it did at the Paris Salon, it now illuminates our showroom. A charming expression of groundbreaking self-expression. A car that vividly continues the history of its stable. This Ferrari is ready to be cherished again. How we wish we could keep it forever...

Peet Classics
Industrieweg 16
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First name 
Last name 
van Egmond