1972 ferrari daytona




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  • Ferrari Classiche certified; A genuine Daytona Spider; one of built; Platinum Award winner at the Cavallino Classic; Beautifully restored, with minimal.

    LMC is very proud to offer for sale this Ferrari GTB/4 Berlinetta Scaglietti. Ferrari GTB/4 acquired its unofficial “Daytona” moniker after Maranello.

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    1972 ferrari daytona

    1972 ferrari daytona

    Presented in its original Nero over Beige Scuro color combination; one of two Daytona Spiders originally finished as such. They all featured a lightweight body making use of aluminium and fibreglass panels, with plexiglas windows. Additionally, it was fitted with air conditioning, a tonneau cover, and a Voxson radio. According to marque historians, chassis no. The subject of an extensive mids restoration aimed at producing a concours-level car, this Daytona Spyder has been shown and honored at several prestigious events by its current owner.

    1972 ferrari daytona

    1972 ferrari daytona

    1972 ferrari daytona

    1972 ferrari daytona

    1972 ferrari daytona

    RM Sotheby's - Ferrari GTB/4 Daytona Spider by Scaglietti | Amelia Island

    A sprint from 0 to 60 mph took just 5. Many believed that it would be hard to top the Daytona Coupe, but Ferrari had one last trick up their sleeves.

    The first Daytona Spider was shown to the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September , and it was finished in an eye-catching yellow, with a black interior and Borrani wire wheels. While the body contours remained largely identical to the coupe, the rear wings on the spider were squared-off on the top edges. This first spider was also fitted with Plexiglas-covered headlights, like the earliest European-specification Daytona Coupes, but all production Daytona Spiders were fitted with the later pop-up headlights.

    1972 ferrari daytona

    The car all but stole the show at its unveiling, and many existing clients immediately expressed interest. Ferrari only built true Daytona Spiders, which represents just a fraction of the 1, total examples built during Daytona production. Although a number were converted to spiders later in their life, genuine Daytona Spiders command a substantial premium over coupes and are undoubtedly the most desirable Daytonas built.

    Ninety-six examples were slated for the U. It goes without saying that these cars are highly sought after by collectors, not only for their rarity but also for the added thrill of open-air V motoring. Chassis , the Daytona Spider presented here, is indeed one of the one hundred twenty-one true Daytona Spiders constructed by the factory.

    1972 ferrari daytona

    The car was completed in April as a U. This would be the first of three Daytona Spiders to be finished in black, only one of two also fitted with beige interiors.

    Additionally, it was fitted with air conditioning, a tonneau cover, and a Voxson radio. The car was originally ordered for Professor Dr. Stevens did not actually take delivery of the car, and its first private owner was William M.

    Smith, of Hinsdale, Illinois. By the early s, it was noted that the car had accumulated about 33, miles. In , the car was owned by Jeffery Schwartz, and in his ownership, it was sent to the Ferrari specialists at Classic Coach, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, where it received a full restoration.

    1972 ferrari daytona

    Following the restoration, chassis was acquired by an enthusiast in Florida who went to great lengths to preserve the Daytona Spider in its as-restored state, only driving the car miles in nearly 12 years of ownership and storing it in a climate-controlled garage.

    While in storage, the car was serviced annually by Florida-based Ferrari specialists to ensure that it always remained in fully functioning condition. The Daytona Spider was purchased from the Florida enthusiast by noted collector Bob Bishop, who showed the car at the Cavallino Classic, where it was awarded a Platinum Award, highlighting the supreme quality of the restoration almost 15 years after it was completed. It is accompanied by its original books, tool kit, Ferrari Classiche certification binder, and service invoices.

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