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1968 Ferrari 365
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1968 Ferrari 365 Pricing and Specs

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The Ferrari 365 1968 comes in Convertible and Coupe.

The Ferrari 365 1968 is available in Leaded Petrol.

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Convertible

Ferrari 365 Models SPECS PRICE
GTS Spider Sports 4.4LLeaded Petrol5 speed manual

Coupe

Ferrari 365 Models SPECS PRICE
GT 2+2 4.4LLeaded Petrol5 speed manual
GTB4 (Daytona) 4.4LLeaded Petrol5 speed manual
GTC 4.4LLeaded Petrol5 speed manual

Ferrari 365 1968 FAQs

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  • Ferrari F60 - What was so special about this F1 car?

    The F60 Formula 1 is significant in that its name celebrates Ferrari's 60th year in Formula 1.

    But people talk about it probably for reasons unflattering to Ferrari. In a nutshell, it was not at all a success in its 2009 F1 season, winning just one out of 17 races that year (and scoring just six podium placements during that time); in fact, the F60 F1 car is considered a massive disappointment as a result.

    In contrast, its F2008 predecessor won 8 out of 18 races and finished up in 19 podium placements, and as of last season, remains the most recent Ferrari Formula 1 car to win the World Constructors' Championship.

    We hope this helps.

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  • Ferrari F80 - Will it eventually replace the LaFerrari?

    The F80 Concept will definitely not make it to production, as it was a concept based on the now-redundant F1 rule-meeting technologies of the mid-2010s.

    However, a replacement for the F150 LaFerrari is highly likely, but not in the same specification, as we hear it will showcase progressive electrification technologies rather than the mid-mounted hybrid V12 layout of the F150.

    No word on when or where it will appear, and Ferrari is infamous for taking its time with direct successors to ground-breaking models like the LaFerrari.

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  • What is the most expensive Ferrari?

    The most expensive new Ferrari is the Pista, which is listed at $645,000. For more info on the latest models, check out our pricing and specs page, and you'll find all Ferrari reviews and news here

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