Just like the GT 2+2, the P Berlinetta Speciale is powered by a 4.4-liter Colombo Tipo 217B V12 engine generating about 380 horsepower if the weather is good and with properly tuned Weber carburetors. The naturally aspirated mill is mated to a five-speed manual transaxle transmission, like any other 365 series Ferrari. Unlike the four-seater GT 2+2, the one-of-a-kind 365 we're talking about has a centrally mounted steering wheel and a middle seat pushed a few centimeters forward compared to the other two seats.
Currently a part of the Chinetti Family Collection, the "Tre Posti" boasts with servo-assisted disc brakes, independent suspension with transverse wishbones and coil-over shock absorbers on each corner, as well as white exterior paint presenting itself in tip-top condition. Slated to go under the hammer during the Monterey Car Week in August, Gooding & Co. estimates that this piece of Maranello history will fetch at least 20 million bucks, which is roughly 14.9 million euros or 11.7 million British pounds.