Owning a Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider meant something. It still does today, more than ever.
Out of the 1,406 Daytonas produced between 1968 and 1973, only 121 were spiders; they were the official factory-built convertible versions of the car that a Cavallino article describes as “a sight to behold, mean looking and muscled, weaving dramatically on its overworked suspension, shaking and darting under heavy braking in a corner, literally pushing air and dirt aside, leaving a wake and making its own weather, loud as hell and scattering birds to the four winds.”
Add the feeling of an open roof, the wind whipping one’s hair, the sun casting upon one’s face, and you had a car that was the Enzo of the 1970s, an ultimate Prancing Horse status symbol. [...] For sales at A&S.
Courtesy of Auxietre & Schmidt
Read more about this car: https://www.auxietreschmidt.com/cars/1971-ferrari-365-gts-4-daytona-spider/
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