Estimated at $2.4 million to $2.7 million
On March 8, Bonhams will offer this premier prancing horse (Lot No. 137) at its 2018 Amelia Island sale—and it’s a rare machine indeed. In the example’s more than four decades of existence, it’s had less than a handful of long-term owners and has just over 20,300 miles on its odometer.
“That’s pretty uncommon,” says Eric Minoff, senior specialist with Bonhams. “Most cars are driven a lot more than that. Most people can’t keep a spouse as long as these owners kept the car. It’s pretty impressive.” While Minoff hasn’t driven this particular Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider, he has driven others, and says, “One of the reasons they’re so popular and valuable is because they’ve got a lot of power and are great looking. They’re cars that like to be driven.”