Will this Ferrari Daytona fetch more than $800,000?

Photography Courtesy RM Sotheby's

Ferrari Daytona prices seem to have taken a hit during the pandemic, but those days are gone. Hagerty now shows No. 1 prices up to $810,000, topping their 2019 highs by more than $50,000.

So, what will this 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 bring at RM Sotheby’s upcoming Scottsdale sale? The estimate says $550,000 to $600,000, but does that sound a little low as that’s right at No. 3 money?

From the listing:

Today this Daytona presents as a largely original example while benefitting from a repaint in the stunning factory color of Rosso Chiaro. For the current offering the 365 GTB/4 has been mounted with Cromodora alloy wheels. A set of Borrani wire wheels are also included with the sale. This Ferrari retains stampings that confirm the continued presence of the matching-numbers chassis, engine, and transaxle, and the odometer displays a modest figure of just 29,146 miles at the time of cataloguing. Items accompanying the Daytona include a tool roll and owner’s manuals, SEFAC paperwork, registrations dating from 1971 to 1989, service invoices, and the Massini history.

See this 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 cross the auction block during RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction on January 26.

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