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FERRARI 365 GT 2+2 'QUEEN MARY'

1967 - 1971

FACTS

1971

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

PININFARINA

DESIGNER

12 CYLINDERS

COLOMBO

4,400 CC

320 hp

ENGINE

801

NUMBER OF PIECES

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STORY

The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was first introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1967. It was a four-seat grand tourer version of the famous Ferrari 365 GTB/4 "Daytona". The 365 GT 2+2 was part of the line of Ferrari cars aimed at road-going luxury and comfort, while maintaining the brand's impressive performance and sporting heritage.

Technically, the 365 GT 2+2 was equipped with a 4.4-litre V12 engine that produced impressive power. This engine was coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox and drove the rear wheels. The chassis of the car was based on a 2700mm wheelbase and was designed to provide a comfortable ride for the occupants.

The design of the Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was created by Pininfarina and represented a timeless style that combined elegance and sportiness. The interior of the vehicle was luxuriously equipped to meet the needs of four passengers. There were high-quality materials, comfortable seats and careful finishing.

Production of the 365 GT 2+2 continued until 1971, and during that time a total of 800 units were produced. The car remains popular with collectors and enthusiasts today for its combination of performance and luxury. The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 represents an era in which Ferrari began to focus more on road and grand touring, without neglecting the brand's sporting roots.

PERSONAL STORY

This Queen Mary was first delivered by the Denzel company to Mr. Alfons Maderna in 1971.

Mr. Maderna was a well-known chandelier manufacturer who, among other things, also furnished the palaces of the Shah of Persia and was an extraordinary lover of beautiful things.

Whether paintings, vases, antiques or even classic vehicles.

All these treasures found their home in the Kathhause Aggsbach in Lower Austria.

When Mr. Maderna could no longer move this classic, he looked for a new home that would do it justice. So a museum.

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