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275 km/h at the top: Italian skolevogn must at auction

When you are anxious and uncertain køreskoleelev should try to commit themselves between the busy firmabilister and filipino truck drivers on the first motorvejstur, it can be reassuring to know that you have a manageable amount of effort under the right foot.

it was not, however, in 1970 the united kingdom. Here used the driving school the British School of Motoring: a car with a V12 engine, 347 horsepower and a 0-100 km/h.-time under six seconds for the driving lessons, where it should go strong.

the Specifications belonging to an azure blue Ferrari 365 GTB/4 'Daytona', as the driving school bought in 1970, and which shall now be under the hammer at auction house Bonhams.

The writing AutoClassics.

the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 was the fastest car for use on the ordinary road, as Ferrari could offer. Yes, actually, there was, according to the auction house not a single car in the world, which at its launch in 1968 could wear a set of number plates and at the same time surpass the 'Daytonas' top speed of 275 km/h.

the Model competed with iconic cars like the Lamborghini Miura and (later) De Tomaso Pantera, but had the opposite the two its engine placed out in front.

Nicknamed the 'Daytona' which is often used at the mention of the car comes from a convincing victory on the u.s., the Daytona racetrack in 1967. Here fought the Italian sportsvognsproducent to all three podieplaceringer at this year's 24-hour race.

Ferrari call it, however, even an 'unofficial name', as the media in its time gave the car, and which has since been hanging.

Ferrari built, according to the auction house only 1300 coupe-versions of the 365 GTB/4, called the Berlinetta, and the model in question is one of just 158 with the steering wheel and the pedals in the right-hand side.

the Car was used as skolevogn on the driving school's special højhastighedskursus in the two years before it was sold on. It has, through its 48-year life had a limited number of owners, and among other things been going with the same austrian gathers through 39 years.

The limited production of the model has today made it an extremely valuable collectors item, and it also applies to the previous skolevogn.

Although the story does not report anything about the mileage or how the car's clutch has it after several years of faithful service, it is estimated to bring between 4.4 and 4.9 million. dollars when the auction 1. december in London.

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