365 GTB/4 Daytona
This car was undoubtedly one of the most revered Ferraris of all time. The shape of its body was penned by Pininfarina. Both coupe/berlinetta and convertible/spyder styles were offered. The convertible was officially known as the 365 GTS/4, but the term is not commonly used— both styles are commonly referred to with the GTB/4 moniker.
The engine was front mounted. More exactly, under the hood you’d find a 4.4L DOHC 6-2bbl V12. Up to 352hp could be unleashed from it. A 5-speed manual transaxle was found out back and helped greatly with Daytona’s near perfect weight distribution.
However, the car’s curb weight was relatively heavy at 3600 lbs. Performance did not suffer much as zero to sixty took around 5.9 seconds. The final model is said to be either 1973 or 1974, depending on sources, though actual production did stop in 1973.