This example is a remarkably original Daytona, originally supplied the Milan based dealer "Crepaldi" (the original delivery sticker remains in the rear screen) the car was first registered on July 10th 1971, therefore making this example one of the very first "Pop-Up" light examples produced. The car's original specification is believed to be Rosso Dino with a blue leather interior factory fitted air conditioning, electric windows and a Voxson radio. The car remains to this day in this stunning specification. This sensational example has covered just 24,000 kms, it remained in Italy with its original and first owner until 2013 when the car came to the UK. Now a two owner car this Daytona has never been completely dismantled for restoration, or otherwise, and as such the car retains much originality in its interior and underneath, its original Italian "Liberetto" registration document, all its original books and warranty card, tools and jack also accompany the car. The cars condition is very good and certainly of a show quality, clearly an extremely well maintained and exceptionally well cared car. This "Reference quality" example must be amongst the most special Daytonas in existen
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