Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider

There is something about classic Ferraris which we can’t help but be bewitched by here at The Coolector and the German luxury car seller, Schaltkulisse, invariably has some of the most mesmerising you’re likely to encounter. So it has proven once again with this majestic looking 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider from Ferrari which is from 1973 and is presented in absolute fantastic condition so whoever is lucky enough to get their hands on this one is in for a real treat.

This glorious looking Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider from Schaltkulisse has just 58,000km on the clock and comes in an immeasurably striking Giallo Fly colourway which will undoubtedly turn heads wherever you take it. The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was unofficially named the “Daytona” after its 1-2-3 victory at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. With its now new V12 with 352 hp, the Daytona became the fastest production car in the world, surpassing the Lamborghini Miura.

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A magnificent example from the 70s, this Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider has the chassis number 16839 and is painted in the brand colour Giallo Fly. Together with the leather interior in Nero Vaumol, the colour combination makes for a stunningly beautiful specimen of a Ferrari and there are, as you would expect, a lot of classic car aficionados interested in this one. Of the 121 Daytona Spiders ever made, this one is the 90th vehicle. It has some extras like air conditioning for the hot summers and a Becker radio for enjoying some tunes on your next road trip.

This Ferrari Spider from Schaltkulisse has its original engine and transmission and is therefore a Matching Numbers vehicle. It has a Ferrari Classiche certificate, which certifies both the originality of the powertrain and the delivery colours of Giallo Fly and Nero leather. Overall the car is in impeccable condition, not over restored, with the interior, engine compartment, trunk and soft top still very much in their original condition. Its beautiful Pininfarina design coupled with Ferrari’s exquisite V12, as well as its rarity and condition make it a piece de resistance for any Ferrari collector’s line up.

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For anyone with a love of vintage Ferraris, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better example than this one from Schaltkulisse anywhere out there. It is presented in a remarkable condition and it is one of less than 150 ever made so you’ll find yourself in some mighty exclusive company if you’re the lucky one to get your hands on it in 2022. This truly astounding machine is unquestionably one of the coolest looking Ferraris we’ve seen here at The Coolector.

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