When we first came across this Ferrari Daytona Alloy barn find, it had an estimated value of $2 million USD. Over the weekend the car sold during the RM Sotheby’s Ferrari – Leggenda E Passione auction for slightly more than at $2.1 million USD.
This specific 365 GTB wears chassis number 12653 and Scaglietti body number 32. As we mentioned previously, the Daytona designation means this Ferrari was built to lightweight alloy competition spec, and features Plexiglas headlights and windows, and aluminum coachwork.
Since this 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Dayonta Berlinetta Alloy is 1 of 5 built, the only one commissioned for road use, and has less than 23,000 original miles on it, we wager it’ll be worth an enormous sum of money once it’s fully restored (as if 2 million dollars isn’t already a lot of money).
That said, congratulations to the proud new oner.
If you think this Ferrari Daytona Alloy was expensive, check out the final LaFerrari Aperta that also sold over the weekend for a record-breaking $10 million USD.