Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Replica For Sale

Posted: March 15, 2010 by The Car Spy in Classic Cars, Ferrari, For Sale
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Is the Ferrari ‘Daytona’ the best car ever to wear the Prancing Horse? A lot of people think so and original versions can fetch large sums in the right condition. Looking at the car today it is hard to imagine the reaction in 1968 when Ferrari launched the officially titled 365 GTB/4 (B being the Berlinetta or coupe) and the GTS (Spider) following soon after. The design still blows your socks off forty years later.   

Several companies in the US and Europe have produced replica versions of the famous Daytona over the years but here in the UK at least the best known was the version produced by Southern Roadcraft. Sadly it appears that today the company no longer exists although there is a website dedicated to their cars – click here to take a look

We are selling on behalf of the owner a beautiful Jet Black SR-bodied Daytona which has been fitted with a 5 litre V12 from a 1982 Ferrari 400i. The car has been constructed with authenticity in mind and many people would be easily convinced that they were looking at an original plexi-glass Daytona from the early seventies.

The current owner had a valuation report carried out in 2008 by Julian Shoolheifer Ltd (

To view this stunning Daytona replica on our website click here or for a slideshow of over twenty images please click here. Alternatively give us a call on ++44(0)1474 854490 for a friendly chat.

  1. Your site shown as The Car Spy Blog shows an advert for a black Ferrari 365/4 Daytona Replica for sale but I cannot find any way to contact the seller or your organisation to obtain more information and price. Would appreciate a reply with contact details to my email.
    Many thanks, Norman Zylberberg, Sydney Australia

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