1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 "Daytona" Berlinetta U.S. Prototype by Scaglietti Chassis : 13361 Engine: B362 Gearbox: 166 Body: 159 Ferrari cognoscenti will be quick to note that chassis number 13361 is a very early chassis number in the overall scheme of U.S.-specification Daytona production. That is because 13361 was the U.S.-specification prototype. As such, it was the second Daytona imported into the United States (following chassis number 13205). It was completed by the factory on April 20, 1970, finished in Rosso Chiaro (20-R-190) over a Nero (VM 8500) leather interior. As such, it is also important to note that it was fitted with Plexiglas-covered headlamps and without the requisite emissions or safety equipment fitted to later Daytonas sold new in the U.S. Chassis 13361 would head directly to Bill Harrah's West Coast distributorship, Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada. Of course, as a major car collector himself, it was only natural that Harrah opted to keep the first Daytona that arrived at his dealership for himself. It is believed that Harrah used this Daytona as his personal car for a period of time. 13361 undoubtedly wowed enthusiasts all over the United States when it was
The Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 had its grand debut at the 1967 Paris Salon as the replacement for the popular 330 GT 2+2. Its styling owes much to the rare and wonderful 500 Superfast, with the same elegant oval grille, sweeping nose and fastback profile. Under the bonnet is a 4.4-litre Tipo 245 Colombo V12, producing some 320hp, which is coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox. A key innovation on the 365 GT 2+2 was the hydropneumatic self-levelling independent rear suspension, which maintains a consistent ride height regardless of load. Unlike so many 2+2s, the rear seats of the 365 GT offer genuine comfort in accommodating passengers, with deep cushioned backrests and leather-trimmed armrests. The spacious interior also features conveniences such as air-conditioning and electric windows, with beautiful detailing to the switchgear throughout the cabin. This particular Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 is presented in the handsome colour combination of Rosso Corsa with Tan hide and Tan carpets and sits upon the more desirable Borrani wheels. The fantastic history file which accompanies this Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 has well-documented evidence of the extensive servicing undertaken . In addition, the numerous other invoices and MOTs which show the care and attention that has been lavished upon this vehicle. These beautiful and luxurious Grand Tourers are becoming increasingly sought after. This particular car is a lovely, highly original example that now shows 62,300 miles from new. Foskers had the pleasure of marketing and selling this Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 to its present owner in 2013. With such a stunning example as this we are very proud to bring the car to market for a second time.
--Rosso Nearco with Tan Daytona seats with Black inserts and Tan carpets, Rare early limited production Plexi-Nose, Photo documented restoration, European version, Factory air conditioning and power windows, Documented by Massini. This Daytona was completed at the factory on March 6, 1970. Subsequently, it was sold to its first owner Mr. Magnani, Bologna, Italy through official dealer Motor S.a.s. In April 1970 this Daytona was serviced at the factory. Shortly thereafter, it was sold and exported to the USA. Since being imported to the USA and as documented by Massini, this Plexi-Nose Daytona has enjoyed ownership by well-known and respected Ferrari collectors. In 2014, this Daytona was delivered to Autosport Designs, Inc. We were asked to perform a concours quality restoration. The Daytona was stripped, no stone was left unturned, any and all metal work needed was performed to ensure the best fitment and gaps for the body/panels. All work has been photo documented. We were asked to go through the car and service as needed, where needed. It was in excellent mechanical and structural condition with approximately 1,000 miles since the engine was rebuilt and having the chassis, suspen
--Blue Scuro with Tan seats with Black inserts, Tan carpeting and Black convertible top, Restored, Spyder conversion by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Restorations, Factory air conditioning, Cromodora 5-stars, Power steering, Documented history by Massini. This Ferrari Daytona Spider Conversion is well-known to Autosport Designs. In the past it was one of my (Tom Papadopoulos) personal automobiles and has only enjoyed exceptional Ferrari enthusiast collector owner’s throughout its life this far. It was exported from Italy in the early 1970’s. Circa 1978-79 it was converted to Spider specification by Mike Sheehan’s European Auto Restorations, Costa Mesa, California, well known for their exacting Spider conversions and restorations. When it moved to the East Coast it was owned by Mr. P. Littell, Rowayton, CT, serviced and restored well-known Ferrari specialist Frank Buonanno in Connecticut and Wayne Carini at F40 Motorsport. Work included a mechanical and cosmetic restoration at this time. In early 2007, this Daytona was with Wayne Carini – F40 Motorsports offered for sale and on behalf of Mr. Littell. It was purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. and sold to one of our clients. During t
--Blue Ribot metallic with Black leather interior and Black carpets, 86,000 Original Kilometers/53,000 Original Miles, Factory air conditioning, Campagnolo wheels, Documented by Massini, 1 of 168 total manufactured Complete service, restoration and ownership histories. The 365 GTC has led a charmed life to date. It has always been owned by Ferrari enthusiast collectors and has been serviced and sympathetically restored (all records available) by well-known Italian, Swiss or English Ferrari specialists. According to Massini history, updated and documented April 2017, the history of this 365 GTC is as follows. May 16, 1969, prepared for delivery to official dealer Dino Ravasio and Sons, Verona, Italy. Delivered to its first registered owner Piero Moretti, Milan, Italy, June 1969 in Giallo Man O’War (Light Yellow) with Nero interior, the same interior it carries to this day and in superb original condition, a testament to care given by its previous owners. March 1973, its numbers matching engine was overhauled at the factory and this it was repainted in Blue Ribot metallic. In 1974, this GTC was briefly owned by Clara Venturelli, Modena, Italy prior to being sold in January 1975 to Ge
FLAGSHIP OF ENZO The Ferrari 365 GT4 2 + 2 was a car produced from 1972 to 1976 in only 521 specimens including 3 prototypes and 109 with the right guidance. Car desired by Enzo Ferrari, who saw in this model "sport" flagship (then two-door) Prancing Horse. The 365 GT4 is the large tourism in evening dress. A Ferrari with an elegant classicism whose magnetism affects only the most experienced connoisseurs: it has this rare and precious gift of leave indifferent all those who stand out the beauty is only when this outburst with provocation. In addition to Enzo Ferrari, who towards the end of his life endeavored a blue 365 GT4 for his personal trips, many were the fans of the template characters. These facilities include Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (which had two including the 17129 chassis), Etienne Aigner, businessman and sponsor of Clay Regazzoni (17405 chassis), Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and Mick Jagger, the Rolling Stones singer. The proposal is the vehicle chassis 17441 produced in 1973. Full version optional for the model with power windows and air conditioning. Power steering was rather standard. The change is manual. Mechanical was recently coupons from Ferrari expert mechanic who stated that the engine must have been little used. The car has undergone a small restoration that has affected the leather interior that has been restored and brought to its original condition. The carpets, carpet in the bottom were redone to new and all of the interior and the engine compartment details have been treated as well as the compartment and the underbody of the exhaust system terminals. Finally the body was finely polished and protected with 9h nanotechnology. Car that needs to be used to travel to "breath" when the 12-cylinder engine with 340 hp at 6200 rpm, can "roar" as is fitting.
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Chassis # 14419 Engine # 00008 Documented by Marcel Massini Ferrari Classiche Certification Pending Delivered New To Sergio Pininfarina The 6th GTC/4 Produced & PF Press/Demo Car Complete With Books, Tools, Jack & Spare $130,000+ Mechanical Restoration Just Completed by Fast Cars Ltd. Details The relationship between Sergio Pininfarina and Enzo Ferrari is one that continues to be filled with a charismatic synergy to create, like two artists, the form and function that we know today as the Ferrari. This seemingly eternal relationship started in 1951 and over 200 designs later has no end in sight. Pininfarina is responsible for the silhouettes & style of the 250 GTO, 275, 246 Dino, and even contemporary concept creations such as the P4/5. In short, Pininfarina is an essential part of not only coach building history, but also Ferrari’s history. There is one very notable point in this 65-year history that highlights the example on offer, specifically. The 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4, Chassis # 14419 is likely the most important example of the model to be offered to the public in recent years. According to the accompanying Massini Report, Chassis # 14419 was the 6 th off the line and was ord
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona. Blu Chiaro Metallizato 106.A.38/Beige VM3218 hide. One family owned between 1972 and 2000. 2 owners since. Original factory purchase correspondence. Original factory colour specification and full matching numbers. Factory air conditioning. Original handbooks and tools. Recent Bob Houghton engine rebuild and engine bay detailing. Stunning colour combination and wonderful original interior. Please contact us for further details.
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona. Rosso Corsa/Tan hide. Matching numbers. 11,121 miles only since new. Ferrari Classiche certification. Original colour specification. Factory air conditioning and electric windows. Subject of a recent sympathetic restoration to concours standard. Factory handbooks. Previously part of top quality Ferrari collection, recent concours winner. Previously sold by JD Classics. A rare low mileage example in exceptional condition. Please contact us for further details.
1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 s/n 16057 Anthracite with Black Leather Interior When introduced, the 365 GTC/4 was Ferrari's top of the line model, a sort of gentleman's express that brought the performance and experience of the 12-cylinder front-engined cars with a degree of comfort and refinement that made the car more usable. With a comfortable, relaxed seating position, more interior space, functional air conditioning, and power steering, the 365 GTC/4 achieves a pleasant balance between a thoroughbred sports car and a luxury grand touring car, and is considerably less exhausting to drive than the 365 GTB/4"Daytona" produced during the same period. The 365 GTC/4 is the most mechanically sophisticated and highest performance of the classic 2+2 Ferraris, and has enjoyed considerable appreciation in recent years. This particular is an exceptionally high quality example that won a Platinum award at Cavallino in January of 2014, which independently verifies that is among the best examples available. Originally a European delivery car, this car remains in European trim, with no smog equipment, no side reflectors, European amber rear lenses, and Italian market clear front lenses. This example
--Rosso Chiaro with Black leather interior and Black carpeting, Restored from 28,000 original mile example, Factory a/c, Original Panasonic AM/FM/8-Track radio, Borrani wire wheels, Full service and ownership history, Matching #’s, Original colors, Ferrari Classiche Certified, Documented by Massini. This USA specification 365 GTB/4 Daytona was sold new through East Coast Ferrari distributor Luigi Chinetti Motors, Greenwich, Connecticut and sold its first owner, well-known collector and racer Mr. Bob Fergus of Westerville, Ohio. According to Ferrari Market Letter records, this Daytona was offered for sale from its first owner in the late 1990’s/2000 and with only 21,000 miles from new, thus remaining in its ownership for nearly 30 years time. Purchased by Atlanta, Georgia resident Mr. M. Vanderkley, it was cosmetically restored by well-known Ferrari restorer/painter Bo Pirkle and during his ownership and shown at the 2008 Cavallino Classic XVII Concours d'Elegance at the Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida. In 2011, this Daytona was acquired by its present owner, a well-known Ferrari collector who keeps his vast collection on several continents, but who has kept this Daytona at his Long
--Rosso Corsa with Black leather interior and Black carpets, 51,000 Original miles, 5-speed manual, Factory air conditioning, Borrani wire wheels, Documented by Massini. The 365 GTC/4 has been called “the civilized brother to the Daytona” due to its power steering, more civilized road manners around town and probably the best air condition system of the vintage Ferraris. Produced for only two years, only 505 examples were manufactured for the world markets. This 365 GTC/4 was original delivered to its first owner through Ferrari West Coast distributor, William Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors, Nevada, USA. This 365 GTC/4 is well-known to Autosport Designs, Inc. having been owned and sold by us in the past and with complete documented ownership history by Marcel Massini. Complete with full service history, this GTC/4 has been well kept and cared for through all ownerships. Although an older cosmetic restoration, it remains in superb condition throughout and as happy on the road as it will be on the show field. It is most recent collector ownership and within the last 1,000 miles, this GTC/4 has received a thorough engine servicing, suspension and brake service and is, as they say in t
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona we are proud to offer has been originally delivered in the USA. As new the Daytona Coupe was supplied in a rare livery of Grigio Ferro with a Nero/Black interior. Factory paperwork is showing that only a mere number of only 21 cars have been produced at the factory in the same elegant colour. The car was built for the US market and was so equipped with air-conditioning, power windows and of course an odometer in miles. Completed at the factory on May 29. 1972 within the month the car was delivered to Chinetti Motors of Pennsylvania. By June 1975 the car was for sale with Randy Smith of High Point, North Carolina and passed through dealers FAF Motorcars of Tucker, Georgia to Spencer Folsom of nearby Pine Mountain. From Folsom the car passed to C.Lynn Abel of Atlanta. Abel advertised the car that summer in the Ferrari Club of America newsletter where it appears to have been described as supplied new, still with grey/black livery. It had covered 29,000 miles according to the ad.Within the next two years the car crossed the country to spend most of the next three decades on the west coast. Advertised by Ferrari of Los Gatos, California in May and June 1978
We are very pleased to offer one of the most important factory Daytona Spider. First of all this Daytona Spider is the first production car delivered by Ferrari. Second it is just one of only 18 European spec Daytona Spider made at the works having the european spec engine developing more torque compared to the later coming US version. And third this Daytona Spider had been equipped with an optional stainless steel hardtop with two removable targa tops. According to our research there are only three Daytona Spider existing with an optional hardtop. But this is the one and only with the two targa roofs. Beside the stainless steel hardtop it had received by the factory as well the normal softtop frame which has been deliverd to each factory Daytona Spider. In our opinion this Daytona Spider is the most interesting car out of a production run of only 122 cars made in total. The car has a complete history from day one having been delivered to its first owner in Italy. Later it has been from 1975 with a well known owner in Switzerland who sold it to the famous Albert Obrist collection in 1982. Albert Obrist sold it to the Swiss based collector Jürg Heer. Later it was sold to Sweden in t
The Daytona on offer has been originally delivered to the USA and went through the MCM Modern Classic Motors, Reno, Nevada which was the early Ferrari dealership of Bill Harrah. The original specification was Giallo Fly with Nero hide. It left the US into direction Switzerland in the late eighties where it was part of one of the most well known car collection. We were able to purchase the car around 2003 and sold it short time later to a private individual in Germany. The last German owner kept it for the next 12 years always perfectly maintained in this time at one of the most recommended Ferrari mechanics in Germany.The car is accompanied by a file of bills documenting the work which has been carried out over the years. We confirm that the car still has its original interior and carpets in fantastic condition. The original mouse hair on the dashboard is still in original condition and reflects the 53 000 mls which are shown on the speedo. The engine compartment is nicely detailed after the engine has been taken apart recently.It is equipped with the 7 1/2 Zoll Borrani wire wheels in the front and rear as delivered in 1973. And we are able to affirm as well that it runs and drives
1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4, chassis 14191 Â Completing assembly in March 1971, this Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona was dispatched to William Harrahâs famed distributorship "Modern Classic Motors" in Reno, Nevada. The car always stayed in the US, including 28 years with the last owner, a famous Ferrari collector based in Los Angeles. During his ownership, the Daytona was exhibited at many events, among them: Rodeo Drive Concours dâElegance, Ferrari 50th anniversary held at Petersen automotive museum, concorso Italiano and more recently at the 60th Anniversary of Ferrari in America at Beverly Hills. During his ownership, he painted the car in Rosso and commissioned the famous engine rebuilder Bruno Borri to rebuild the engine. Among other measures, Mr. Borri installed special high-compression pistons and slightly radical cams, making this engine very special and efficient. In 2014, while the Daytona was undergoing a new restoration, some gold paint old traces were discovered. Ferrari Classiche confirmed that the car was originally painted in Oro Chiaro 106.Y.19, so the owner asked the respected Lasky Coachworks from LA to repaint the car in its original color.Â Always well maintained, the
--Rosso Corsa with Black leather interior with Black carpeting, 11,000 Documented Miles from New, Factory Air Conditioning, Original Becker Mexico AM/FM radio, Cromodora 7.5’x15” & 9”x15 wheels, USA specification, Matching #’s, Documented by Massini, Ferrari Classiche Certified. Completed at the Ferrari factory on June 1, 1973 in its original color Rosso Dino, this Daytona was shipped to the official East Coast Ferrari importer Chinetti-Garthwaite in Paoli, Pennsylvania. It was sold to its first owner and kept for a number of years during which it was color changed from Rosso Dino to Black. In January 1985, this Daytona was traded to authorized Ferrari dealer, Grand Prix SSR, East Setauket, NY with only 4,400 miles. Offered for resale, it was subsequently purchased by well-known Ferrari collector, Charles A. “Skeets” & Sharon Dunn, Rancho Santa Fé, CA. While in Mr. Dunns ownership, it was once again color changed, this time to Rosso Corsa, but otherwise retained its original interior. As per Massini records, this Daytona was seen, April 1994 and mileage at the time was 6,872 miles from new. Also as per Massini records, it was shown on two occasions, April 30, 1995 & May 18, 1996 at