Covered in decades of dust, this Japanese barn find is akin to unearthing a major work from Picasso that few were sure existed. Although some 1,200 powerful 365 GTB/4s were produced over four years, just five were lightweight alloy competition cars, and only one alloy vehicle was produced for road use—and that’s this hidden gem.
The example was sold to a friend of Enzo Ferrari’s but quickly made its way into the hands of Japanese enthusiasts, one of whom locked the car up with 36,000 kilometers on the clock and came back four decades later. Despite its in-need-of-a-detailing condition, this Daytona still radiates menace, with its Plexiglas headlamps and tailor-made Scaglietti aluminum coachwork. Buy this one-of-one marvel and you instantly vault into rarified Ferrari-collector territory.