/One-Off Ferrari Daytona Shooting Brake Up for Grabs

One-Off Ferrari Daytona Shooting Brake Up for Grabs

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Hexagon Classics auction at this year’s Salon Prive is presenting something truly unique. It’s a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake, or to put it in plain English the only Ferrari Daytona Shooting Brake ever made.

As interesting as this Ferrari Daytona Shooting Brake looks, it has an even more fascinating history. The car was commissioned by Luigi Chinetti (Coco), Jr and built by Panther Westwinds coach workers at the behest of real estate developer Bob Gittleman. The build was completed in Surrey, UK, at a cost of approximately four new Daytonas!

What makes this amazing one-off, coach-built Ferrari even more unique is that it features gullwing-style rear side windows for access to cargo instead of a normal tailgate, and little bespoke touches such as opulent wooden trimmed dashboard, wooden decking for cargo floor, and custom instruments. The car has changes hands a few times since the 70s, but it still has fewer than 4,000 miles on the clock.

In 2014 Hexagon Classics acquired the Ferrari Daytona Shooting Brake and did a complete restoration employing the same artisans who built the car in the first place. The car is now up for grabs at an undisclosed price. Hexagon’s auction lineup also includes other gems such as a 1966 Maserati Mistral 4000, a 1970 Mercedes Benz 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet, a Jaguar E-type 4.2-litre Series 1 Fixed Head Coupe and a 1972 Aston Martin AM Vantage Coupe.

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