- Model365 GT 2+2
- Serial #11241
- Engine #11241 GT
- Engine Type245
- Chassis Type591
- Build Sequence #28
- Number Built809
- Body TypeCoupe 2+2
- Body BuilderPininfarina
- First OwnerEurope
- Current LocationPennsylvania
We are pleased to offer 1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 s/n 11241. This very elegant Queen Mother redefines patina and so has excellent older Azzurro Metallizzato 106–A–32 (blue metallic) paint over a very straight body. Exceptionally nice original dark blue leather interior with a re–leather on the front seats. Recent rebuild work includes a new hood pad, exhaust system, A/C recharge and a re–chrome of the front bumpers and the door locks and handles. Everything works but the clock. S/n 11241 sits on an excellent set of Borrani wire wheels and near new Michelin XWX tires with a new XWX spare. This is easily one of the “best patina” Queen Mothers in the US. It has an extremely strong engine and pulls like a freight train. This exceptionally nice 365 GT 2+2 is only the 28th of 809 Queen Mothers made, and it’s a Euro–spec car, so no emissions equipment. This Queen Mother has a build date of January 1968, so it’s smog exempt almost everywhere.
The 365 GT 2+2 was built for the sporting enthusiast with friends or children and gives the quintessential 1960s vintage Ferrari experience with the last of the curvaceous Pininfarina–bodied grand tourers, powered by the final iteration of the Colombo V–12 two–cam engine. The interior is roomy, and will functionally sit two adults and two children for long distance touring. Indeed, the ideal use for the 365 GT 2+2 is long distance travel, as this car is equipped with air conditioning, power windows, power door vent windows and variable ratio power steering. Lovingly maintained by the current owner, everything but the clock works and the A/C blows cold. The 365 GT 2+2s are “best–of–the–best” of the Enzo–era 2+2s.
1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 s/n 11241. This very elegant Queen Mother redefines patina and so has excellent older Azzurro Metallizzato 106–A–32 (blue metallic) paint over a very straight body. Excellent interior with a re-leather on the front seats. Recent rebuild work includes a new hood pad, exhaust system, A/C recharge and a re-chrome of the front bumpers and the door locks and handles. Excellent set of Borrani wire wheels and near new Michelin XWX tires with a new XWX spare. Easily one of the “best patina” Queen Mothers in the US. It has an extremely strong engine and pulls like a freight train. The 28th of 809 Queen Mothers made. This Queen Mother has a build date of January 1968, so it’s smog exempt almost everywhere. Lovingly maintained by the current owner, everything but the clock works and the A/C blows cold. The 365 GT 2+2s are “best-of-the-best” of the Enzo-era 2+2s.
S/n 11241. 365 GT 2+2. 1968. European model.Identified as 365 GT 2+2 in PF records. Delivered to Levi (Italy). Sequence #28. Pininfarina Body #31/A. (H. Raab’s FSN Part I). Original exterior color: Azzurro Metallizzato. Original interior color: Blu 3015 VM Connolly (per personal communication with Marcel Massini).
1968, delivered new through official dealer M. G. Crepaldi S.a.s. in Milan to first owner Sig. Levi, resident in Milan, Italy (per personal communication with Marcel Massini).
1976, 19 Sept., offered in the New York Times, offered by J. A. Primavera, Marlboro, NY. Metallic blue with blue leather. Air, full range of power accessories, grille guard, Blaupunkt AM/FM radio, coco mats, mag wheels.
1978, April, offered again in the Ferrari Club of America bulletin. Silver blue with blue interior. 30,000 miles.
1985, November–1986, February, offered for sale in the FML by Centennial Import Motor Co., Boulder, CO, USA. Silver-blue with black interior. Star mags and new XWXs. All functions–p/s, a/c, p/w, new Alpine stereo. 71,937 km.
1988, offered by James Farr, Hinsdale, IL. Ice blue with navy interior. Becker AM/FM cassette. Borranis with XWXs and star mags with XWXs. 63,000 miles.
2000, 07 Oct., as per e-mail from Jim Schrager, Porsche Guru: Mike, I am looking at a 365 GT 2+2, an early one, 11241 I think. Metallic light blue/dk blue leather, no smoke at start up, runs fine, Borranis mounted plus a set of alloys, older paint, owned by Bill Jacobs.
2004, 24 May, offered by the Auto Collections Las Vegas, NV. Mileage: 76601. A very nice example with factory A/C and Borrani wire wheels.
2004, January, purchased from Bill Jacobs with 76,400 miles.
2004, July, Pollock Auto Restoration, 70 South Franklin Street, Pottstown, PA 17404, General Mechanical Services: 78 Hours Labor, 3 Hours Labor Sublet. Adjust Valves, Remove/Install Distributors, Install New Spark Plugs, Replace Needles and Seats, Repair and Replace AC Components, New Battery. Parts: Horn Assembly, 2 Valve Cover Gaskets, 3 Carburetor Gaskets, 3 Needle Valves and Seats, 1 AC Compressor, 1 AC Dryer/Filter, 2 Service Valves, 1 High Pressure Switch, 1 Ester Oil. R-134 Adapter, 3 Belts, 1 Battery and 1 Battery Clamp. Total invoice: $5,306.60.
2004, Dayton Wheel Concepts, 115 Compark Road, Dayton, OH 45459, Customer Parts Acquisition: 1 Borrani Wheel. Total invoice: $510.50.
2004, July, Ebay Motors, Vintage License Plate Frame. Total invoice: $315.00.
2004, July, Ebay Motors, Ferrari Headlight Covers. Total invoice: $371.50.
2004, July, Sears, 2800 Whiteford Road, York, PA 17403, Battery and Installation. Total invoice: $59.99.
2004, 27 Aug., registered in Pennsylvania by current owner, York, PA 17404.
2004, December, Coker Tire, 1317 Chestnut Street, Chattanooga, TN 37402, Customer Acquisition: 1 Michelin XWX 225 70 VR 15. Total invoice: $360.76.
2005, May, Ole York Classics, 361 West Clarke Avenue, York, PA 17401, Install Air Shocks/Fabricate Parts. Parts: Monroe Air Shocks and Installation Kit. Total invoice: $957.60.
2006, October, Ole York Classics, York, PA, General Maintenance: Engine Oil and Filter Change. Total invoice: $198.00.
2007, March, Pollock Auto Restoration, Pottstown, PA, General Mechanical Services: 12 Hours Labor/Sublet. Parts: 2 Tie Rod Ends and 1 AC Clutch. Total invoice: $1,163.19.
2007, June, Pollock Auto Restoration, Pottstown, PA, General Mechanical Services: 12 Hour Labor. Check 2 Tie Rod Ends, AC Clutch, AC Expansion Valve and AC Dryer. Total invoice: $632.06.
2007, August, Re-chrome Front Bumpers, Door Lock Assemblies, and Door Handles. Total invoice: $1,493.50.
2007, October, D&D Classic, 1311 B South Street, Piqua, OH 45356, Re-chrome Front Bumper Splash Covers. Total invoice: $238.00.
2008, February, Olde York Classics, York, PA, Restoration Assemblies: Assemble Front Bumbers and Lights, Install Door Handles, Repair Steering Column Switch Assembly. Total invoice: $1,451.65.
2008, March, Olde York Classics, York, PA, General Mechanical and Restoration Services: Replace 3 V-Belts, Remove/Replace Exhaust System, Adjust and Charge AC System. Total invoice: $1,522.93.
2010, March, Olde York Classics, York, PA, Part Purchase and Installation: New Hood Pad/Install. Total invoice: $430.34.
2010, September, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.