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Is this unique Ferrari Daytona the ultimate barnfind?

Is this unique Ferrari Daytona the ultimate barnfind?

Finders keepers?

Remember way back in 2017, when something special was found hiding in a Japanese barn? Let us have the pleasure of reminding you…

Locked away from the public for nearly 40 years, forgotten for so long that even experts began to doubt its existence, was the only roadgoing ‘alloy’ Ferrari 365GTB/4 ‘Daytona’ ever built. 

What follows are the incredible photographs taken during the discovery, from the way it was found, sitting under a thick layer of dust, to the point when it was finally removed prior to being sold for a staggering sum.

Why does this never happen to us?!

© RM Sotheby’s

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