1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4

Daytona Coupe
Gooding & Company's latest online sale brings in $16.1M
Monday, 3 May - Friday, 7 May 2021
Sale Price
$525,000 - $575,000
Est. Range
7 May 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Older restoration
Gooding & Company
Auction House
Chassis no. 16519. Rosso Chiaro over tan leather. 4,390/352hp, 5-speed, chrome spoke Borrani wire wheels (Cromodora alloy wheels included), painted nose panel, popup lights, ANSA exhaust, headrests, power windows, Becker Mexico cassette stereo, tool roll, manuals, jack, tinted windows. Ferrari Classiche Red Book certified.

Evaluation: Good paint with a smattering of tiny chips, even under the chip-guarded nose, and joint cracks. Good lightly stretched upholstery. Faded old dashtop. The engine compartment, chassis and underbody are aged and show miles. A sound, well-maintained Daytona driver showing 24,317 quite possibly original kilometers. Road grimy chassis.

Bottom Line: Offered by Bonhams at Quail Lodge in 2018 where it showed 24,175 km against today’s 24,317 km and was reported bid to $520,000. 2018 was a bad Daytona year at Monterey with only one of five offered in the various auctions selling and the result here is representative of the last three years of Daytona depreciation and little reward for maintaining and insuring it for only 142 km covered in the interim.

by Rick Carey
13 May 2021
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