Replacement for the 330 GT, the 365 was Ferrari’s first 2+2 to have independent rear suspension – a Koni self-levelling system to boot. It’s a big car, once dubbed ‘the Queen Mother of Ferraris’ by Road & Track, but the sleek lines are more successful than the 330’s, especially at the front. With the V12 bored out to 4.4 litres it’s not short of performance, grip is good and the standard power steering helps make it feel smaller from the driver’s seat. 800 of them were built and it’s never really caught on with collectors.
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