Filed under: Ferrari, Coupe, Classics, Luxury, Performance, Supercars
Barn finds are the absinthe of the collector car world right now. They're highly intoxicating and a bit of the 'flavor of the month.' An actual barn isn't necessary, just some form of out-of-the-way long-term storage that involves a car being out of circulation for a long period of time, remaining complete with the time-capsule-like detritus of their slumber-yellowed newspapers, vintage eight-tracks or real pay dirt like a telex printout from Howard Hughes or a receipt from the Playboy
Club. RM Auctions
has just announced perhaps the first 'condo find' in a 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
coupe that had been stored in a Toronto condominium building for a quarter century.
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