This Ferrari Daytona Was Sold For A Whooping 2.2 Million USD. See How
Discussing about the probability of finding a diamond in a garbage bin, Someone actually found a Ferrari Daytona, the one rarest of its kind decaying in an outhouse, covered up in dirt, that was left to suffer a long time ago. Here is the condition in which it was found.
While most of the owners probably buy a climate-controlled vault for their luxury sports cars, this particular vehicle was found rotting in an outhouse in Japan.
The vehicle is rather 30th of the 1200 Ferrari Daytonas ever produced. While most of the people might think it being “common” by looking at the production numbers, rather it is not. This Ferrari Daytona is the only one out there bearing an Aluminium-Alloy Body.
The Aluminium-Alloy was rather produced for limited edition racing versions of the Daytona that were only allowed to race on the track. However, this Daytona is the only on-road going Daytona to have it.
The Vehicle’s odometer displays 36,390 KMs of actual run. The vehicle has been sold a plenty of times before ending up to the owner Makoto Takai in Japan.
This Vehicle is so rare that even the hardcore Ferrari collectors were unaware of its existence.
It was located in June this year after which it was put on an auction in the similar un-restored form as the images. The Vehicle was then sold for 2.2 Million USD (x4 Times the actual Price of a Daytona).