Revealed in 1968 at the Paris Salon, the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 or Daytona had a strong act to follow replacing the 275 GTB/4 that preceded. However, Pininfarina sculpted body created a car that was instantly recognisable and to become one of the most famous shapes in the brand's history.
On top of the design advancements in the Daytona, the 365 GTB/4 also set a new benchmark in terms of performance; more than 350 bhp and a top speed of 174 mph, making it the fastest production car in the world at the time.
It is the combination of such stunning styling and remarkable performance that has cemented the Daytonas place amongst the most iconic of all Ferraris; as such they have become one of the most collectible cars on the market, with values continuing to rise consistently.
Built in 1971; the car we are offering is one of only 1284 Daytonas and has incredibly new miles from restoration. The car is a matching numbers example and avoided conversion into a faux-spyder, thereby achieving Classiche status.
Without a shadow of a doubt one of the finest examples of Classic Automotive art we have ever stocked; the rich Grigio Paintwork sits in perfect harmony with the calming blue interior - the silhouette of this car is a true head turner and the sound of the engine is thunderous. The opportunity to add a vehicle of this calibre, in this condition is not an opportunity that arises on a regular basis. With prices set to climb as this undervalued classic starts to reach it's potential, one can be sure that this is a wise investment for the future.
- Body Types Coupe
- Fuels Petrol
- Transmissions Manual
- Colour Exterior Grey
- Engine Size
- Number of Doors 2
- Drive LHD