--Black with Red leather interior and Red carpeting, 30,000 miles from new, Factory a/c, Original Becker AM/FM radio, Borrani wire wheels fitted with Michelin XWX's, Full service and ownership history, Documented by Massini. This Daytona was completed on 31 August 1972 and supplied to Ferrari west coast distributor Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada. In October of 1972, the car was sold new by Steve Griswold & Co. in Berkeley, California to George Dyer, who owned a dark blue 250 GTO (currently on display at the Ferrari museum in Modena), as well as a Lamborghini Miura SV. Dyer kept the car until 1981, when he sold it to a Dennis Glavis of Santa Cruz, California. Glavis still owned the car in 1994, at which time it showed 28,585 original miles. He sold the car shortly thereafter, at which time its color combination was changed from original color of Rosso Ferrari (Red)/ Beige interior to its current combination of Black/Red. The Daytona was then sold to a Japanese collector where it remained for 10 years prior to being returned to the United States, where it resided in a collection in Texas. By 2010, the car was showing 30,223 miles. The Daytona was comprehensively
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