Unique Ferrari supercar for $ 2 million 40 years stood abandoned in the garage (photo)
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In total, only five Ferrari Daytona Alloy coupes were produced, and only one of them has survived to this day. The supercar accelerated to 280 km/h and was the fastest production car of its time.
At the Ferrari Museum in Modena, an unusual exhibit is now on display. The 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona supercar is covered in dust and rust and doesn't look like a show car. His story was told on the museum's official Facebook page.
This Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona was discovered in Japan. The iconic sports car of the 60s stood abandoned for about 40 years. Now the car has returned to its homeland and will undergo restoration at the Ferrari factory.
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona supercar is one of the most valuable cars of its era. For this model in good condition it is easy to help out up to a million dollars. In total, 1284 coupes and 122 convertibles were produced in 1968-1973.
However, this particular supercar is about twice as expensive as it is estimated at $ 1.8-2 million. The fact is that they found an exclusive Ferrari Daytona Alloy with a lightweight aluminum body. In total, only five such coupes were produced and this is the only one that has survived to this day.
The car was built for Enzo Ferrari's friend, Autosprint publisher Luciano Conti. The car changed hands several times, and in the early 80s ended up in Japan. Its owner Makoto Takai left the supercar in the garage and did not drive it.
The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona is the fastest production car of its time. The supercar is equipped with a 4.4-liter V12 with a capacity of 352 hp. With. and is able to develop 280 km/h and accelerate to 100 km/h in 5.4 s.