Introduced in 1971 at the Turin Road Show, the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer was the first Ferrari to have a longitudinal flat-12 mid-mounted engine, a design Enzo Ferrari had not warmed up to until then. The Ferrari 365 GT4 BB model was released for sale in 1973 and immediately grabbed news headlines for its remarkable speed of 186 mph, which was a record for road cars at the time. The 1974 Ferrari 365 BB was fitted with the 4.4-L SOHC V12 engine, which delivered a maximum power of 360 hp at 7,500 rpm and achieved an initial acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds. The car borrowed the exterior design from the Pininfarina P6 mid-engine concept car. Its nose featured a full width egg-crate radiator grille and an indented line ran around the body perimeter, which gave the illusion that the body was made of two halves. Should you be interested in viewing the 1974 Ferrari 365 BB and other models in stock at their Los Angeles classic car dealership, contact the specialists at The Beverly Hills Car Club without any hesitation. They are always standing by to assist you and welcome the opportunity to introduce you to the classic Ferrari models currently housed in their Los Angeles showroom.
The 2-seater, mid-engine 1974 Ferrari 365 BB was a road car made for speed and comfort. Its top speed of 186 mph is still impressive compared to many of todays cars. If you are looking for a classic car that seamlessly combines power and elegance, then this could be the classic Ferrari for you. As the first Ferrari to have the mid-mounted flat-12 engine, the 365 BB carries a special place in Ferraris history, which many believe guarantees a good resale value down the road. Each model is unique, carrying a plate signed by the engineer on the engine, and hand-built for a massive amount of hours to meet the standard that was expected from Ferrari at the time – and still today. One of the most important buyers tips for the Ferrari 365 BB that The Beverly Hills Car Club can offer is to ensure you find the most authentic and original, best condition example you can find within your budget. Restoration of these models can be costly, and finding the best model you can will potentially save you thousands of dollars and countless restoration hours down the road.
If you are interested in the 1974 Ferrari 365 BB, contact The Beverly Hills Car Club team today. The experts will be happy to welcome you to the showroom and answer any questions you may have about this model and other classic cars. Connect today to get started!
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