Ferrari Daytona Cars & Parts For Sale

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Ferrari Daytona Air Conditioning & Heat
Ferrari Daytona Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Ferrari Daytona Brakes
Ferrari Daytona Charging and Staring Systems
Ferrari Daytona Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Ferrari Daytona Cooling System
Ferrari Daytona Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Ferrari Daytona Emission System
Ferrari Daytona Engines & Components
Ferrari Daytona Exhaust
Ferrari Daytona Exterior
Ferrari Daytona Filters
Ferrari Daytona Gaskets
Ferrari Daytona Gauges
Ferrari Daytona Glass
Ferrari Daytona Ignition System
Ferrari Daytona Interior
Ferrari Daytona Lighting & Lamps
Ferrari Daytona Parts Cars
Ferrari Daytona Safety & Security
Ferrari Daytona Suspension & Steering
Ferrari Daytona Transmission & Drivetrain
Ferrari Daytona Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Ferrari Daytona Wheels and Tires
Ferrari Daytona Other Parts
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1971 Ferrari 365 GTS Daytona
The official name of the Daytona is the 365 GTB/4. Ferrari insists that Daytona is not an official name, and it should not be referred to as that. Fans will disagree, as this car deserves a designation to differentiate it from the 365 line.
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The American Cool
From James Dean to Dodge Chargers to Steve McQueen, and everything in between, this is vintage Americana
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There were several models of this car, which was produced from 1968 until 1976. They were the GTB/4, the GTS/4, the GTC/4, and GT4 2+2. They were a Berlinetta coupe, a spider, a 2+2 coupe, and a 2+2 coupe, respectively. This front engine sports car had a 4.4L Columbo V12. It was made popular with the general public when it became the first car Sonny Crockett drove on the hit TV show Miami Vice. There were only 1,400 of these cars produced, making it quite rare compared to other sports cars of its time. It was less mass produced than many other Ferraris from period, although there are plenty more of them than the Ferraris from the 1950's and early 1960's, before they got into mass production. There are obviously not many of these left in the world, as some have decayed or been crashed by drivers who couldn't handle all that power. Even replicas sell for as much as $70,000, although Ferrari has threatened to sue companies making these cars, and eBay has helped out by deleting listings with Daytona replicas. If you're lucky enough to find a genuine model, you're likely to pay through the nose for it. In good condition, expect a real model to sell for half a million dollars or more. Keep your eyes peeled, because once in a blue moon a real model will pop up on eBay.
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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)