Ferrari has a top-tier racing history that dates back just about as far as the company’s 70+ year existence. That means owning any of their race-ready vehicles is a tremendous privilege. So when one as rare as this 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizione goes up for sale, we tend to take note.
Number ten of just fifteen ever made, this V12-powered Ferrari Daytona Competizione is a remarkably well-kept version of one of the Prancing Pony’s most formidable racers. In fact, in 1972, this exact vehicle finished 2nd in class and 6th overall at Le Mans, as well as 1st in class at Watkins Glen shortly thereafter. But what’s especially interesting about this car is that the night before its Le Mans run, it actually disappeared — having been taken by legendary racer Luigi Chinetti’s son to pick up a girl in a nearby town. Still as gorgeous and eye-catching as ever, this beautiful, period-correct racer can be yours — but you’ll have to reach out for pricing details.