The Pininfarina designed 365 GT 2+2 was launched at the Paris Auto Salon in 1972. It represented the start of an all-new series from Ferrari, with just 109 UK RHD cars produced. This 2+2 remains easily identifiable with its six rear taillights, knock-off alloy wheels and no front spoiler.
Not only did it offer elegance, comfort and luxury, but also speed – with 0-60mph in just 6.4 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph. This rare, right–hand drive example was first registered on 11th October 1973 and remains in its original finish of Verde Seabird on a Beige interior.
Noteworthy features include: power steering, power brakes, air-conditioning, self-levelling suspension and under-seal protection. From 1987 to 1996, this example was owned by Ferrari Owners Club Chairman - Colin Biffa, before being purchased by Sir Roger Hervey UK Ambassador to Mexico.
The history file contains numerous bills for works carried out, assorted correspondence and MOT certificates dating back to ’85.