The 350GT had a 3.5 liter V12 engine with quad cams. It had one feature that Ferrari could not match at the time: independent rear suspension. During those years, Ferrari was still using the far less desirable live rear axle.
The body on this car caused a lot of controversy. It was a 2+1 semi-fastback design. Automotive purists would have preferred a simple 2 seater, which would have allowed for a sleeker body and a lighter weight. The one seat in the back seemed to almost be a compromise between sports car drivers and luxury car drivers.
This car was still loved for its high revving engine. It could reach a top speed of 149 miles per hour and it would do 0 to 60 in about 6.8 seconds, which was a very respectable number at the time.
One semi-famous owner of a 350GT is Adam Corolla. He was the co-host of Loveline and is perhaps best-known for his hosting gig on The Man Show. He was the guy with the gigantic eyebrows.
Unless you're a multi-millionaire with a lot of money to spend on a collector car, you're probably not going to be buying one of these cars. There were only 120 made, and you can be sure the survivors are highly protected by their owners. One of these will show up on eBay every couple of years, so that's a place to start. In the meantime, they do have many other auction listings for Lamborghinis and related merchandise and parts.