1971 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider

Long term ownership from 1971-2011
Concourse restoration by Rod Drew’s F.A.I. in Costa Mesa, CA
Complete with books and tools





Model Variant

365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider

Current Mileage

63,000 miles



Engine capacity

4.4L Tipo 251 V12 / 347HP

exterior color

Rosso Chiaro

Interior color



Five Speed Manual

Top speed


Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina

Years produced

1971 - 1973

Total production


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Presenting the 1971 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Spider, chassis number 14473, the 16th of only 122 factory-built Daytona Spiders. Initially delivered to Gross Inc. in Chicago, it was maintained by Ullrich’s in Evanston until the mid-1990s, and had long-term ownership from 1971 to 2011.

In 2011, it was acquired by Dr. Kamel Cinaroglu in San Antonio, TX, through Rick Mancuso. Later owned by Charles T. Wegner in West Chicago, IL, it moved to California in 2012 under Mike Sheehan’s care. It underwent a $135,000 concourse restoration at Rod Drew’s F.A.I. in Costa Mesa, CA, including a new Rosso Chiaro paint job by Steve Beckman and a re-trimmed interior with tan leather and black inserts.

This Classiche certified car comes with the original leather owner’s pouch, handbooks, warranty book, Consumer Information booklet, and the original Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin. It also includes a complete leather tool roll, the original jack kit, rebuilt Borrani wire wheels with new XWX tires, and the original mags on new Dunlop tires.

Debuting at the 1969 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Daytona Spider is a highly coveted, rare classic, combining elegance and performance.
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