This car has been awarded a platinum trophy at the Ferrari Club of America's concours event at the Cavallino Classic with a score of 97.5. A complete mechanical and cosmetic restoration was performed on the car in the early 1990s. The car is always driven to event and has 125,000 kilometers on its odometer. A two-seat coupe, the 330 GTC is considered by many, including the late Phil Hill, to be one of Ferrari's best all-around road cars of the period. Larger than the 275, its contemporary, it was no less aggressive when it needed to be but certainly smoother the rest of the time. It has a 4-liter This restored 365 GTB/4 Daytona is serial number 14265 and placed second in class at the Los Angeles Concours in 2008. The Daytona was revealed at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon and served as a successor to the 275 GTB/4. The car did not rear the U.S. officially until 1970, and retractable headlights and non-knockoff wheel nuts were required for it to pass safety regulations. A four-overhead-cam 4.4-liter, V12 with six 40DCN20 downdraught Webers meant a horsepower rating of 350 under the hood. Almost 1400 of this model were built before the end of production in 1974. engine.