1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona ASOLD
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Italian registered and showing 10,230km (probably 110,230km, or 66,000 miles) this is a well presented Daytona which has no major needs. It is fair to assume that if the current trend continues, it won’t be long before there are no more Ferrari Daytonas available at this price level. This one can be driven and enjoyed immediately.

Reference Number 923

as of 6/13/2006

Overview
Car 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona A
VIN 15833 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
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Known History

The car we offer was supplied new to Italy in 1972, with coachwork in Rosso Dino and beige leather upholstery. It is believed to have spent its entire life in its home country, where it was acquired by the owner, a Milanese collector, some 10 years ago. By this time it had already been comprehensively restored, the coachwork now finished in a deeper shade of Rosso Corsa whilst the interior has been retrimmed in the correct beige with typical black ‘Daytona’ inserts. The tan carpets appear to be original. Mechanically the car performs well, and the owner reports that on the few occasions when he has driven it, the car has proven reliable and untemperamental even in heavy traffic. The clutch is new.

The condition of the bodywork appears good bar one slight mark on the front right-hand valance. The sides are ripple free and no corrosion is evident. The standard Cromodora 7 1/2” alloy wheels are in good condition, shod with Michelin XWX tyres in older but serviceable order. The engine bay is clean but not detailed and enthusiasts will notice that the car’s chassis number bears the ‘A’ suffix, which some claim denotes a more powerful engine (we don’t!). The engine starts first time and idles smoothly; the owner’s mechanic reports that fresh plugs and a long drive are all that it needs! The interior is well preserved, with the luggage straps still in place and a period radio fitted, whilst the leather is brand new, with a lovely smell which is somehow unique to Daytonas.