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Rosso Corsa

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One of only 149 Daytonas manufactured in right-hand drive configuration, chassis number '160**' – a 'Suffix A' example - was delivered new to Maranello Concessionaires in September 1972 and originally finished in Argento Metallizzato (silver metallic) with Nero (black) interior. Air conditioning was fitted by the factory from new. The Ferrari was registered as 'NPK 90L' (later as '2244 DD') and was first owned by a Mr D Bassett, who took delivery on 14th November 1972.

Its owner from some three years, Mr Bassett was followed by Mr G Greenhall of Detmould, Germany (1975-1977); Mr Thomas Albert Lee of Walton-on-Thames, Surrey (1977 – 1987); Mr E Fehler of Ingatestone, Essex (1987 – 1989); Mr D S Gale of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (1989 – 1994); Mr Duncan Wilkinson of Aylesford, Kent (1994 – 2001); and Mr M Berry of London SW3 (2001 – 2011). While in Mr Wilkinson's ownership, the Daytona was a Ferrari Owners Club 1st-in-class concours winner (in 1998, letter on file) while also on file are many invoices for servicing and other works carried out by DK Engineering and the Ferrari Centre of Parkwood, Kent during Mr Berry's ownership.

In 2011, by which time it had been reregistered as 'SPD 648L', the Daytona was purchased by the current owner, who has enjoyed some 7,000 miles of motoring with the car. Since acquisition, the engine has been fully rebuilt by SB Race Engineering of Watford Herts, whose two invoices totalling £21,974 are on file. Only some 300 miles have been covered since the rebuild.

'160**' is accompanied by an extensive history file containing documentation confirming no-expense-spared servicing dating back to 1975 together with numerous MoT certificates supporting the recorded mileage. Ferrari tools and a jack are present also. Among the noteworthy works recorded in the history file is a full restoration, which was completed in the 1990s. The car has covered a mere 13,000-or-so miles since then. In addition, it has a full stainless steel exhaust system and a front brake upgrade by DK Engineering, and in 2006 benefited from a bare metal re-spray and body restoration.

In 2003 this car was the subject of an article on the Ferrari Daytona in Classic Supercars magazine (August edition) in which '160**' was described as 'pure sex on wheels... GT perfection: stylish, practical, comfortable'. Beautifully presented, this iconic low-mileage Daytona must be one of the very best examples currently available. -Bonhams

Location History

Country FlagEdinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom InfoSpotted here in June 2018

Country FlagChichester, England, United Kingdom InfoSold for £539,100 by Bonhams June 2017

Country FlagWatford, England, United Kingdom InfoAt SB Race Engineering for engine rebuild in 2011

Country FlagLondon, England, United Kingdom InfoResided here from 2001-2011

Country FlagAylesford, England, United Kingdom InfoResided here from 1994-2001

Country FlagCheltenham, England, United Kingdom InfoResided here from 1989-1994

Country FlagIngatestone, England, United Kingdom InfoResided here from 1987-1989

Country FlagWalton-on-Thames, England, United Kingdom InfoResided here from 1977-1987

Country FlagDetmold, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany InfoResided her from 1975-1977

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