1969 Ferrari GTB4 Daytona Spyder Conversion
Used 1969 Ferrari GTB 20,000 miles
This 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona Power is provided by a 4.4L quad-cam V12 that was rebuilt in 2002 and is paired with a five-speed transaxle mounted at the rear of the car. Additional equipment includes Borrani wire wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, a black soft top, black leather upholstery, power windows, and a gated shifter. Introduced at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon, the 365 GTB4 features bodywork styled by Leonardo Fioravanti of Pininfarina. The exterior was reportedly refinished in its current red circa 2013 and features split chrome bumpers, aluminum doors and lids, and enclosed headlights. The black soft top is shown up close in the gallery and stows beneath a black tonneau cover when lowered. A replacement headlight cover is included in the sale, and a walk-around video can be viewed here. 15” Borrani wire wheels are secured with three-eared knock-offs and wear 21570 Michelin XWX tires. The brake system features ventilated discs all around and was overhauled in May 2019 with caliper and master cylinder rebuilds, as well as new hoses and a fluid flush. Additional work performed at that time included servicing the four-wheel independent suspension with new tie-rod ends and bushings. The steering box was removed and resealed as well. Black leather covers the bucket seats, door panels, and center tunnel, and matching-color carpeting lines the footwells and rear parcel tray. “Mouse fur” dash upholstery has been replaced with stitched leather, and interior equipment includes a Becker Europa radio, power windows, and a gated shifter with a dogleg pattern. A wood-rimmed steering wheel frames Veglia Borletti instrumentation housed in a brushed aluminum surround. Primary gauges include a 180-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 7,700-rpm redline. The five-digit odometer shows 20k miles, approximately 5k of which have been added by the current owner over the past 40 years. Block stamping B190 is shown above, and the engine type stamping can be seen in the gallery along with the chassis stamping and engine-bay chassis plate. The car is not equipped with a door jamb plate. Power is sent to the wheels through a rear-mounted, five-speed manual transaxle that received new gear oil during the May 2019 service. Additional underbody photos attached in the gallery show the suspension, brakes, tube chassis, and exhaust system. A tool kit and owner’s manual accompany the sale, along with an extra set of Cromodora wheels, a spare headlight cover panel, and a custom car cover. A driving video is presented below.
For sale by:
Leather Upholstery, Power Windows, Tachometer
October 19 on ListedBuy