1970
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  • Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Coupé Series 1

    • Fully restored and documented
    • "Matching-Numbers"
    • Sought-after early version of the 1 series
    Colour Red (Rosso Chiaro)
    Interior Leather black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Location Hamburg

    Description: 

    Production of the 365 GTB/4, which became known by its unofficial designation “Daytona”, began in 1969. The suffix “GTB/4” is composed of GTB for “Grand Tourismo Berlinetta” and the number 4 for four overhead camshafts. The 365 GTB/4 Daytona became the symbol of a “man’s car”, as Auto, Motor und Sport put it in retrospect.

    This Ferrari 365 GTB/4 of the sought-after early version with all-round Plexiglas band in the front area was delivered to its first owner in Switzerland in October 1970. About 35 years ago, the car was sold to Hamburg and has only one other owner since then.

    The engine number and colour combination are matched to the delivery (“matching-numbers”).

    The car has been restored with considerable effort by the Ferrari specialist “Rothe” in Hamburg as documented.

    This is a unique opportunity to get one of the sought-after  early Daytonas in first-class condition.

    On request

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    Description: 

    Production of the 365 GTB/4, which became known by its unofficial designation “Daytona”, began in 1969. The suffix “GTB/4” is composed of GTB for “Grand Tourismo Berlinetta” and the number 4 for four overhead camshafts. The 365 GTB/4 Daytona became the symbol of a “man’s car”, as Auto, Motor und Sport put it in retrospect.

    This Ferrari 365 GTB/4 of the sought-after early version with all-round Plexiglas band in the front area was delivered to its first owner in Switzerland in October 1970. About 35 years ago, the car was sold to Hamburg and has only one other owner since then.

    The engine number and colour combination are matched to the delivery (“matching-numbers”).

    The car has been restored with considerable effort by the Ferrari specialist “Rothe” in Hamburg as documented.

    This is a unique opportunity to get one of the sought-after  early Daytonas in first-class condition.

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