Beautifully restored Ferrari 365GTB Daytona complete with Ferrari Classiche certification.
The 365GTB/4, or 'Daytona', was first unveiled at the Paris Salon in 1968, featuring a four-cam 4.3litre V12 housed within a tube steel frame and futuristic bodywork designed by Pininfarina.
It's unsurpassed mechanical specifications backed up Ferrari's claim that the 352bhp rocket was the fastest production road car of the time - indeed it was recorded reaching speeds of 174mph.
The Daytona we are offering here, was first ordered by the owner of Yonge-Steeles Motors, Toronto, and delivered in September 1971. It has just been subject to both a meticulous and flawless restoration by Joe Macari, presented in metallic Grigio Scuro and a Pelle Blu interior, and has only covered 300 miles since the work was completed.
It is a fully matching numbers example and comes complete with its period book pack and also Ferrari Classiche certification from the factory.
The Daytona was initially conceived only as a 'warm-up act' for the highly-anticipated 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer. Nevertheless, it was introduced as the fastest production road car and soon became the most desirable car in the world.
Over forty-five years after its first unveiling, the Daytona maintains its celebrated status among the finest sports cars ever made and is an automotive icon in its own right; the ultimate expression of a classic front-engined V12 Ferrari.