The 365 GTB4 berlinetta replaced the 275 GTB4 model and, like so many new Ferrari models of the period, made its public debut at the Paris Salon, in the autumn of 1968. It quite immediately became known as the â€œDaytona,â€ although this was an unofficial title given by the media of the time, supposedly in recognition of the Ferrari 1-2-3 victory in the Daytona 24-Hour Race in 1967.
The 365 GTB4 was even more aggressive in appearance than its predecessor. It features a long, wide, and sharp, shark-like sweeping nose, and a large expanse of bonnet with twin rectangular exhaust air slots running into the set-back cabin section, flowing straight into the abrupt angle Kamm tail. The tail sports a pair of twin circular light units above each quarter bumper.
Don't miss this fantastic 1:18th die-cast model. It's authentically amazing!