The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was introduced in 1967 at the Paris Salon and served as the successor to the 330 GT 2+2. Enhancements to the car included power-assisted steering and hydraulic self-leveling rear suspension. It carried similar lines to the 500 Superfast, perhaps the most iconic of the large GT cars of the previous era. The construction of these bodies were done by Pininfaina and then sent to Ferrari for final assembly
This Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was originally finished in Rosso Rubino with black leather upholstery and fitted with Borrani wire wheels. It was sent to the West Coast of the United States, where it was sold to its first owner by Griswold and Company of Berkeley, California. The first owner sold it after only three years. It was subsequently acquired by Donald and Diane Roberts of California's Bay Area. At the time it had just 8,500 miles. It was retained by the Roberts for approximately two decades, accruing some 55,000 miles. With just over 60,000 miles on the odometer, it was sent to Ferrari and Lamborghini specialists Bill Morton of Redwood City, California, where it received an engine overhaul. Two years later, it was repainted in its original color of Rosso Rubino.
The 4390cc single overhead cam twelve cylinder engine has three Weber carburetors and delivers 320 horsepower. There is a five-speed manual gearbox and four-wheel ventilated disc brakes.
In 2012, this car was offered for sale at Amelia Island sale presented by Gooding & Company. The car was estimated to sell for $110,000 - $130,000 and was offered without reserve. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $137,500 inclusive of buyer's premium.