1972 Ferrari

365 GTB/4 Daytona Coupe

Rosso Corsa with Saddle Tan leather interior with Beige carpeting, 11,000 Documented Miles from New, Factory Air Conditioning, Borrani Wire Wheels, Previous FCA Platinum Award Winner, Factory Books, USA model.

Completed at the Ferrari factory on November 8, 1972 and shipped to the official East Coast Ferrari importer Chinetti-Garthwaite in Paoli, Pennsylvania;
First owner on record was Dr. George Almay of Great Lakes, Illinois;
1974 the car was owned by Mark Pollack Jr., Columbus, North Carolina;
Seen at a Ferrari Club of America (FCA) meeting in September of 1974;
Secluded life until the Summer months of 1980. At that time, it displayed 2,600 miles on the odometer and was offered by Steven Kessler Motor Cars in New York;
It is believed that the Daytona resided in the care of Ivan Frederick Boesky of New York before joining the Edelman familys collection in New Mexico during the early 1990s. Despite moving from one end of the country to the other, as of 1994 the Daytona had covered just 3,000 original miles;
1994, owned by Gary Schaevitz noted Ferrari and high-performance sports car collector;
1996-97, Ronald Palm acquired the Daytona;
June 1998, the Daytona was displayed at the 34th Annual FCA North American Field and Driving Concours held at Mosport in Ontario, Canada. It was there that it earned the FCAs prestigious Platinum Award, an impressive feat for a largely unrestored example;
2005, purchased by noted East Coast Ferrari collector Steve Wolf of Boca Raton, Florida, with approximately 9,000 miles on the odometer. At this time, although correct and original throughout, due to the cars age, a number of minor cosmetic issues were beginning to surface. In an effort to return this superb example to a more presentable overall appearance, Mr. Wolf commissioned a careful repaint and upholstery work in the original, factory-delivered colors.
2011, Purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. kept by Tom Papadopoulos for my personal use.
2012, Sold to client of Autosport Designs, Inc., NY resident.
12/2013, Traded to Autosport Designs, Inc. toward another vintage Ferrari.

Today this Daytona presents beautifully in each and every aspect: the engine bay and opening compartments are authentically detailed, the interior exceptional and the paint and bodywork are finished to the highest standards.

Currently displaying 11,000 miles from new, this Daytona has survived in exceptional condition without having the misfortune of being subjected to extended periods of neglect, modifications or serious incident. Recently, it has received its seasonally service and is ready for anything. An exceptionally rare find.

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