Pininfarina built the first mid-engine Ferrari road car in 1966, because Enzo Ferrari wouldn’t. The 365 P “Tre Posti” isn’t just the first road-going car to carry its Ferrari twelve cylinder behind the seats, it’s also—along with its twin brother—the only three-place Ferrari in the world. Based on chassis from two of the NART-competing 365 P2 cars, the Tre Posti cars presaged both the styling and the engine position of the Dino 206 by two years. It would be fully seven years before il Cavallino Rampante graced a mid-engined twelve-cylinder car commissioned not as a one-off, but as a fully sanctioned production model, the 365 Berlinetta Boxer.
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