Thanks to Miami Vice, the Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spyder became a legend, but we think the much rarer Competizione coupe is significantly cooler. Ferrari never actually ran a factory entry for the Daytona, but it still built a handful for private customers, who raced it with some genuine success at Le Mans and elsewhere. One such privateer was Belgian race team Ecurie Francorchamps, which entered this Daytona at Le Mans in 1973.
That year, a different Daytona managed a class win at Le Mans, with the Ecurie Francorchamps car finishing 20th overall. That was actually good result, as only 21 of the 55 entered cars finished the race. You can chalk that up to the Daytona Competizione's reliable, 4.4-liter V12, which cranked out 480 horsepower in the day.
This Daytona only raced a handful of times before ending up in the hands of various private owners. Its current owner rarely displays it in public, but it made an appearance at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed. It sounds glorious.