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At $39,999, Is This Curler Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Copy a Deal?

Nice Price or No Dice Ferrari Daytona Replica

With actual Ferrari Daytonas going for over part one million greenbacks nowadays, it would make sense to scoop up an infinitely inexpensive reproduction like these days’s Great Worth or No Cube pageant version. Let’s see if this mission curler can get off the bottom.

With regards to the used automobiles we imagine round right here, there are a few pink flags that in point of fact cause a large number of us. Tantamount among the ones is the presence of rust. We love holes in our Swiss cheese, however now not in our automobiles.

The 1976 Jensen GT we checked out the day past was once described in its advert as affected by “serious rust,” and the ones two phrases brought about many. Providing a $4,500 asking charge at the infrequent automobile should have countered the rust’s affect, although, as in the long run, the Jensen took house a 53 % Great Worth win.

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If a rusty however operating mission isn’t precisely everybody’s cup of Castrol, then I’m wondering what your reviews will probably be in this Ferrari 365 GTB/4 reproduction that turns out cast, however nonetheless wishes an engine, transmission, door glass, and… um, smartly, a large number of issues. Oh, and it’s a slight bit extra dear than the day past’s Jensen.

Now, according to Hagerty’s valuation tool, the poorest condition 365 GTB/4 — which we’ll just call “Daytona” from here on out — should average somewhere around $365,000. One in decent condition will likely go for half a million or so. A replica doesn’t have the panache of the real deal and hence shouldn’t cost anywhere near as much, and this one doesn’t. The more intriguing question is: who makes a replica of the Daytona coupe when the Spider is the much more prized edition and can be built on a C3 Corvette?

Many of you know that in the original Miami Vice TV series, Sonny Crockett drove what to the TV audience looked to be a Ferrari Daytona Spider. That was not one of the 122 real Spiders built by Pininfarina, nor was it one of the handful of coupe-to-spider conversions made by Richard Straman back in the ‘70s. It was instead, a C3 Corvette clothed in Daytona bodywork by Tom McBurnie. Ferrari got its corporate panties in a knot over this prime-time TV deception, and in response took the twin tack in of suing McBurnie for copyright infringement and gifting the Miami Vice production a white Testarossa to serve as Crockett’s whip.

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The seller doesn’t know much about the origin of this particular replica but claims it was “most likely built in the ‘80s or ‘90s” and says it was “featured in a 1993 Specialty Car Magazine,” asking to “please read article attached for more info.” Unfortunately, no such article is attached. There is a manufacturer’s ID plate on the driver’s side door jamb, but the ad doesn’t give us a good enough shot of that to determine what it says.

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The car is a roller, lacking any sort of engine or transmission. There is a big Ford Blue Oval under the plexiglass on the nose so perhaps it was previously set up for some sort of Fo-Mo-Co mill. We don’t get to see the engine bay, and the spare interior (this is supposed to be a racer, remember) offers no clues as to whether the car has ever had a drivetrain or what that might have been. What we do see is a somewhat under-sized roll cage, a dash that looks like it’s out of an old pickup, and a pair of red buckets with no obvious restraints of any sort. Also, can any of you place that steering wheel?

Externally, the car looks the part, although the Mustang wheels and Pep Boys mirrors do impact the overall aesthetic. Another issue is the windshield which is suffering a crack in the corner. If that’s a real Ferrari part, that could cost as much as the car to replace.

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The car is pictured with what is likely one of those McBurnie Spiders and what seems at first glance to be a pretty decent Lamborghini Countach replica so perhaps the seller is some sort of replica hoarder or something. The car is said to come with a clean Florida title and a $39,999 price, which, per the ad, has dropped from $80K to $69K and now to that present amount.

What do we all think about this oddball “race car” and that $39,999 price? Does that seem like a fair deal for a Faux-arri? Or, for that much, can this roller just roll on out of here?

You decide!

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