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  Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizione S3
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1973
Numbers built:5
Designed by:Pininfarina
Predecessor:Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competizione S2
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 07, 2012
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Chassis 16343 The first of the final five Daytona Competiziones built, chassis 16343 was delivered new to Luigi Chinetti. Sporting the NART colours, it crashed out at both Le Mans and Daytona in 1973. It faired better at Daytona in 1975 when Jon Woodner and Fred Philips finished seventh o>>>

Chassis 16363 Finished in striking 'Thomson' colours, this 3rd series Daytona Competizione was campaigned by Charles Pozzi in 1973. In the hands of Claude Ballot-Lena and Vic Elford, it was driven to a class win at Le Mans and later in the year Elford scored an outright win in the Tour de>>>

Chassis 16367 Fransisco Mir was the first owner of the third Series 3 Daytona Competizione. Painted a unique two-tone yellow and red finish, it was raced with little success in the 1973 24 Hours of Le Mans and subsequently at Watkins Glen. It was not particularly successful with a 13th at>>>

Chassis 16407 The second new Daytona Competizione sold to Luigi Chinetti in 1973, chassis 16407 was raced extensively by the likes of Sam Posey and Francois Migault. In NART colours it was not particularly successful but later in the decade got a second lease of life when actor Robert Car>>>

Chassis 16425 The very last of the 'official' 365 GTB/4 Daytona Competiziones built, this example was delivered new to Ecurie Francorchamps. Finished in the familiar Belgian yellow livery, it was first raced in the 1973 Spa 1000 km. Teddy Pilette and Richard Bond finished the race in twel>>>


  Article Image gallery (57) Chassis (5) Specifications