Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Group IV Recreation

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Details

The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona is one of the most beautiful cars ever built and is today highly sought after by Ferrari collectors and enthusiasts all over the world.

First shown at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon the Daytona was Ferrari’s replacement for the very successful 275 series cars, and ultimately the 275 GTB/4.

The Daytona name was planned to be used by Enzo Ferrari for his latest Berlinetta in honour of his company’s great Victory and 1-2-3 finish at the Daytona 24 hour race in 1967. The name was supposedly leaked to the public which annoyed Ferrari so he formally dropped the Daytona name for the traditional Ferrari alpha numeric nomenclature. However, the name stuck and is now synonymous with the ultimate road going front engined V12 Ferrari.

In total just over 1,400 Daytonas were built from 1968 – 1973 of which circa 120 were the desirable Spyders.

Ferrari continued its racing tradition with the Daytona and the factory built fifteen competion cars from 1971 to 1973. These cars achieved great success in most of the worlds major endurance races.

We are delighted to offer this wonderful  Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Group IV Recreation.

This car is built on a Ferrari 400 chassis and has all Ferrari mechanicals. The body is fibreglass and the mould is taken from the original EG Autokraft moulds.

The project has been a ‘labour of love’ for its owner over the last six years and now it’s finished he wants to do something else . . . hence the car is reluctantly offered for sale.

This car is really well done and as you will see from the photographs everytrhing is ‘like new’. Importantly the car sounds and drives fabulously!

Specific details:

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Group IV Recreation

Based on a 1977 Ferrari 400 RHD and fitted with a GRP body taken from the original EG Autokraft moulds to give a dimensionally correct replica. All running gear is Ferrari except the larger Brembo front brakes.The car comes with two complete differentials with different ratios to suit both short and long circuits.

Engine – Freshly rebuilt Ferrari 400GT with 10.5:1 pistons, gas flowed heads and uprated camshafts. Electronic fuel injection uses DCOE Weber carburettors as throttle bodies to maintain the original appearance. Est. power is 475HP.

Gearbox – A (20kg) lighter aluminium cased unit from a 365GTC 4.

Clutch – AP (Ferrari) with hydraulic actuation by Tilton concentric slave cylinder.

Differential – 4.75:1 ratio fitted, also comes with a complete spare 4.3:1 unit.

Cooling system – PWR aluminium cross-flow radiator. PWR oil-to-water heat exchanger.

Brakes – Tilton pedal box with bias adjustment and twin boosters. Larger Brembo front calipers with larger Willwood rotors.

Wheels – Correct 11″& 9″ centre-lock splined hub wheels. Group IV large dia. wheel nuts.

Tyres – Michelin TB5 (as originally used on Comp. Daytonas).

Instruments – Replica Daytona instrument cases with original 400 internals (all functioning).

Glazing – Daytona laminated front screen. All other windows are Lexan.

Seats – FIA and ADR compliant race seats

Roll cage – CAMS and QLD Transport approved full cage.

Seat belts – Schroth 6 point harness (driver) and also inertia reel belts for driver and passenger.

Ventilation – Special attention to ensure adequate cabin ventilation with fresh air cabin blowers and extractor vents.

Colour – Giallo Modena (the modern equivalent of Giallo Fly).

Spares available by negotiation – Cast iron gearbox (complete), tailshaft and couplings, flywheel & ring gear, 4.75:1 crown wheel and pinion.


Specification

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  • Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
  • 1977
  • Berlinetta
  • Manual
  • 61874 miles
  • 4390cc

SOLD

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