365 daytona


This Ferrari Friday is looking exactly one year back to the 2014 Silverstone Classic. The very un-Ferrari blue and yellow scheme comes courtesy of the Scuderia Ferrari Svezia (Team Ferrari Sweden), with Flygvapnet (the Swedish Air Force) the main sponsor, as it raced in period. As much as I love Rosso Corsa, I have to say the Daytona looks amazing in this Gialloblu paintwork.


01——- TargaFlorio1967. Ferrari412P

02——-Sam Posey/Milt Minter, Ferrari 365 GTB/4 ‘Daytona’, Le Mans 24 Hours, 1973.

03——-#Porsche 906 - Targa Florio 1970

04——–Elford/Gerard Larrousse, Porsche 908/3, Targa Florio, 1971.

05——-@MrDavidHobbs and Brian Muir, Ford Falcon Sprints @SilverstoneUK BSCC, 1968.

06——-Sicilia, Targa Florio, Alfa…

07——-GT40s line up for @24hoursoflemans 1966. Sir John Whitmore & Frank Gardner’s entry is on the left. #ford

08——-Nino Vaccarella, Ferrari 512S at Targa Florio in 1970.

09——-Mike Spence in the Chaparral 2F that he shared with Jim Hall for the 1967 Sebring 12Hrs.

10—–Piercarlo Ghinzani (in car)/Michele Alboreto, Lancia LC1, Spa 1000km, 1982.

Ferrari 275 GTB Sold for 9.4 Million Dollars at Auction

The Ferrari that won Le Mans in 1967 is the star attraction at the Arizona auction. It was expected to attract the top bid and it didn't disappoint: the 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, chassis number 09079, changed hands for 9.4 million dollars in an evening auction in Scottsdale. The car that won the 1967 Le Mans 24 Hours in the colors of Scuderia Filipinetti was the 11th of 12 cars built.

Five other Ferraris went under the hammer at the same auction, for a total value of over two million dollars. Worthy of note, a 1969 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta, which went for $748,000. The others auctioned were a Dino 246 GT ($385,000) a 1982 512 BBi ($375,000) a 1984 512 BBi ($324,500) and a 1990 Testarossa ($250,800).