Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona was built in 15 units only, is now for sale

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Ferrari 365 GTB

In the upcoming week at a Mecum’s Monetary Car Week sale, a stunning 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona will be set for the auction block. The owner of the supercar is expected to sell his car for $1.25 million and $1.65 million respectively. This version of Daytona was just built in 15 units by the Ferrari. This car was made in 15 units for Luigi Chinetti a U.S distributor.
Ferrari 365 GTB
Ferrari 365 GTB
Ferrari 365 GTB has some new suspension setup along with springs, racing shocks, larger competition brakes and sway bars. However, in a single glimpse, the differences between both the supercars cannot be identified easily and mainly with the standard Daytona. The car was also implemented with the V12 engine, which has the potential to produce 455.5 hp at 7400 rpm. And at the rear wheels, the car has 354 lb-ft torque.
Ferrari 365 GTB
Ferrari 365 GTB
There was particular visual modification made to Daytona which include it’s 11- inch rear wide wings and 9- inch wide front, front dive planes, flared fenders. The supercar was implemented with C- pillar fuel filler, a pair of rear brakes with cooling ducts and roll bar. In the years 1972, this specific standard Daytona became fifth in the GT class at Le Mans, which was held for 4 hours. Through its life, the car has undergone various comprehensive restorations.
Ferrari 365 GTB

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