Variant: 365 GTB/4 The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was first displayed at the Paris Auto Salon back in 1968. This was the highly anticipated successor to the most expensive and fastest street legal Ferrari ever built - the 275 GTB/4. The car shown in Paris was built by Pininfarina and showcased the glorious lines which the car is now known for. The unofficial name of ""Daytona"" was applied by the media to pay homage to Ferrari's 1-2-3 win at Daytona 24 hour race in 1967. The 365 GTB/4 was the last V12 Ferrari to be designed before Fiat took over control of the road car production after purchasing 40% of the shares. The early cars featured the headlights sat in the front nose behind a piece of plexiglass. The later cars (such as this one) featured twin retractable lights which is deemed to give the front end a much cleaner look to it.
This particular car was originally supplied to the UK first registered in November 1973. It comes with an extensive folder of history and also complete with it's Classiche folder.
Sep 14, 2016