Comments - Unique of the Week: 1972 Ferrari Daytona

Published: Mar 03, 2012
Description: Just as Ferrari rolled out their all-new F12berlinetta flagship this past week just before its live debut at the Geneva Motor Show, we thought it was time to take a look back at another Ferrari that w...
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Paul Lissona Mar 05, 2012
Yah every part of this car looks so nice to me, I can't complain ha.
JGL Scuderia Mar 03, 2012
one of the best looking cars ever made in my opinion. just looks ...... the word im trying to say dont exist. but awesome gets near
Rob walker Mar 03, 2012
It's a classic! One of my favourites
Vito Portanova Mar 03, 2012
Im a huge Ferrari fan. But just can't like this model.
Description: Its given name by Ferrari was 365 GTB/4. In contrast to the Daytona's predecessor, the 275 GTB/4, the new car featured much more angular styling and seemed a bit more reminiscent of somet...
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Description: In contrast, the Daytona's Tipo 251 V12 was located up front. It was a 4.4-liter unit with 347hp and was actually developed from an earlier V12 that was used in the previous 275 GTB/4. This w...
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Cameron Foster Mar 09, 2012
this car is aweome and its not slow it was one of the fastest cars of its time
Nathaniel Young Mar 06, 2012
This was 40 years ago, you idiot
Andrew McNeal Mar 05, 2012
5.4 sec out of a V12??! Give me a break that's slow as hell
David Eslava Mar 04, 2012
I admire the US as a country, but it's unbelievable how much of a mess their safety regulations did with European cars, : they ruined the E-Type Jag, for instance...
Adenis KalashNikov Ruci Mar 04, 2012
This car is highly beautiful. Thinking about the rarity and the exclusivity of it, it only makes it 100x better.
Shaylen Kumar Patel Mar 03, 2012
This is probably my favorite Ferrari
Description: All told, 1,284 units were built by the time production ended in 1973. In addition, 122 Spiders, officially called the GTS/4 came out of Maranello. The Daytona's replacement was the mid-engin...
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Description: Anyone who's interested can contact Ferrari of Atlanta, Georgia. Now that the new Ferrari F12berlinetta has been revealed online, it's interesting to see how the front-engined V12 Ferrari fl...
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Rami Wilson Mar 03, 2012
Classic. The front end is my favorite part.
Vito Portanova Mar 03, 2012
I think the front end kills it.
Byakka Hirakawa Mar 04, 2012
Looks liked ud lay back and take a nap
Kevin Rehbock Mar 03, 2012
This is from when Ferrari wasn't focusing on luxury and coddling their buyers with technology.
Josiah Thomas Clements Mar 03, 2012
They look uncomfortable... Almost painful to sit in.
NalaKing Mar 03, 2012
The gear shifter seems like gonna brole