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1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Serial Number 11199

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Lead photograph of 1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Serial Number 11199

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   365 GT 2+2
Year   1968 Serial #   11199
Engine #   11199GT VIN   
Engine Type   245 Chassis Type   591
Build Sequence #   26 Number Built   809
Body Type   Coupe 2+2 Body Builder   Pininfarina
First Owner   Monti Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Virginia

Features

1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 s/n 11199. Platinum–winning. The 26th of 809 Queen Mothers made, and Euro–spec car, so no emissions equipment. January, 1968 build date so smog exempt almost everywhere. Restored about 10 years ago with excellent Nero paint over a very straight body. Full new medium–red leather interior in 2006, stainless steel exhaust, new alternator, new clutch, new synchros, rebuilt CV joints, modern electric cooling fans, correct fuel lines, new engine mounts and oil lines. Recent rebuild work includes carburetors, front brakes, distributors and AC. The clock and period Blaupunkt radio work. Still has the correct under–shroud under the radiator. Has a full set of correct Campagnolo 10–hole alloy wheels and a set of “star” Cromodora wheels, all w/Pirelli P4000 tires. Full tools (except for correct pliers), tool bags, manual pouch, manuals plus other literature. Only 54,879 KM or 34,024 miles. The 365 GT 2+2 was created to satisfy the needs of the sporting enthusiast with friends or children and gives you the quintessential 1960s vintage Ferrari experience with the last of the elegant curving Pininfarina–bodied grand tourers and the final iteration of the Colombo V–12 two–cam engine. A multiple award winner including Platinums at the 2007 and 2009 Reading (PA) Concours d’Elegance; a consistent 95+ point car and excellent driver.

History

S/n 11199, 365 GT 2+2, Pininfarina 2+2. 1968 European model. Chassis Tipo 591, Motor Tipo 245, Gearbox Tipo 571–1212, Assembly Number 26, Body Number 29A, new in Pelle Beige VM 3218. Original body color: Amaranto 19379 It.

Identified as 365 GT 2+2. Destinazione Monti, Rome, Italy. Assembly sequence no. 26, body no. 29/A. (H. Raab “Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed”).

1968, April, Certificate of origin issued. Italy ACI/PRA documents on plates Roma E 54536.

Then sold to Pino Monti, Forli, Italy.

1969, 29 Jan., sold by Monti to second owner Count Antolini Ossi, Bologna, Italy. Registered on plates of Bologna BO 365730.

1969, 18 Aug., Ossi moved from Bologna to Rome.

1969, 19 Aug., re–registered on new plates Roma E 54536.

1970, 19 Jan., sold by Ossi to third owner Lanificio Giuseppe Gatti S.a.s., Rome.

1970, 23 Dec., sold by Gatti S.a.s. to fourth owner Carlo Di Loreto, Rome, Italy.

1972, 16 Dec., sold by Di Loreto to Silvana Gabriella Peverelli, Rome, Italy.

1974, 23 Sept., sold by Peverelli to Fernando Girolami, Rome, Italy.

1975, January/February, imported from Italy by Armando Feracola, Philadelphia, PA.

1977, sold to Peter V. Maggio, Philadelphia, PA. European version, brought into the US “about three years ago” by the present owner & never titled or licensed in the USA.

1978, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue # 0322 by Maggio. Burgundy with saddle interior. Pennsylvania title. Very fast & very strong.

1979, 25 Nov., offered in the New York Times by Maggio. Fitted with p/s, p/b, p/w, a/c, 5–speed, AM/FM/SW. Front brakes rebuilt, new clutch, new tie rod ends. Legal European version with Pennsylvania title. Very strong & fast. App 32,000 miles. No tools, needs tires. Removed from four–year storage last spring.

1979, 17 Dec., offered in the New York Times by Maggio. Fitted with p/s, p/b, p/w, a/c, 5–speed, AM/FM/SW. Front brakes rebuilt, new clutch, new tie rod ends. Legal European version with Pennsylvania title. Very strong & fast. App 32,000 miles. No tools, needs tires. Removed from four–year storage last spring.

1979, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue #0404 by Maggio. Fitted with p/s, p/b, p/w, a/c, 5–speed, AM/FM/SW. Front brakes rebuilt, new clutch, new tie rod ends. Legal European version with Pennsylvania title. Very strong & fast. App 32,000 miles. No tools, needs tires. Removed from four–year storage last spring.

1980, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter, issue #0511 by Dave Weiss, New York. Burgundy with saddle interior. New Blaupunkt with cassette, Pentastar wheels with new XWXs. Mechanically superior, perfect except for paint & rugs. 40,000 miles.

1980, June, Larry Zwick, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

1980’s, late, Jerry Benzinger, New Jersey, USA.

1989, 4 Dec., Italian license plate Roma E 54536 officially cancelled.

1991, May, sold to Ray Maloumian, Philadelphia, PA.

1992 – 1998, extensive renovation. High quality panel work & black paint. All new wiring & alternator; engine bay & undercarriage repainted; a/c condenser & compressor rebuilt; all trim re–chromed. Extensive records from 1988 to present indicate heads off, valve job 1988. Has both original alloy wheels (5) & recently repainted star mags with (4) new Michelin XWXs.

2000, April, offered by Maloumian.

2000, sold by Maloumian to Bryan Phillips, Arlington, VA.

2006, June, shown at the 2006 FCA Annual Meet, Chantilly, Virginia. Black with red leather. Virginia antique vehicle plates 52218. Scored “Gold” at 94 points.

2007–2009, multiple award winner including Platinum at 2007 and 2009 Reading (PA) Concorso.

2009, October, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

2009, 24 Oct., sold to current owner.

2009, December–2010, January, serviced by Rod Drew’s F.A.I., Costa Mesa, CA. R&I cam covers, adjust valves, degree cams, replace quad rings in front timing covers, R&I distributors, install electronic pickups, re-time ignition, R&I carbs, rebuild and re-jet, fit new plugs, pull two gauges for sublet repairs, install new rear shocks and bushings, replace load levelers, repair power steering pump drive unit. New carb kits, cam cover gaskets, new rear shocks, shock bushings and rear springs, new spark plugs, oil, filters and battery. Sublet stereo installation. Total invoice: $9,709.81.

2010, October, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.

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