At the moment I might have to say the 365 GT2+2. There was a black one here at work a few months ago with Borani wire wheels and it just looked amazing. Sleak, long, and just plain classy looking. If I had the money to drop on an old 2+2 it'd be my choice. Lots of room in the front and back. Big trunk as well.
After seing my first 365 GT 2+2 on monday, I have to say its the greatest. I was really surprised by how long the car is but its beautiful.
The 412 and the 330 GT 2+2 would be second and third on my list.
Isn't it interesting that Ferrari is universally known for it's red cars ("It's gotta be red to be a Ferrari!"), and yet so many 2+2 models are built in colours other-than-red.
Pls don't tell me it's because 2+2s aren't real Ferraris, but I don't think I have EVER seen a 456 in red, and maybe just one or two 400 series cars. The Mondials seem to be an exception with most of them being done in Rosso Corsa, but most of the other 2+2s would appear to be built in blue or silver shades. Isn't this odd? :-?
For what my opinion is worth, I have seen the 456 GT and 365 GTC/4 in Rosso and think they both look much better in the darker colors. My guess is that the larger size of the cars just does not lend it's self to Rosso.
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