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General data  
Year/s of production 1971
VIN span 14407 – 14889
Number produced 5
Design Pininfarina
Manufactured by Customer Service Center Modena
   
Technical specifications  
Chassis 605 – Steel tubular frame, oval cross section, welded cross beams (crosswise)
Length 4421 mm
Width 1759 mm
Height 1244 mm
Wheelbase 2400 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones, coil springs, telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones, coil springs, telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Front track 1440 mm
Rear track 1425 mm
Front tyres 8 or 8,5 x 15 in., alloy rims, 5-star design with central locking
Rear tyres 9 x 15 in., alloy rims, 5-star design with central locking
Front brakes Ventilated steel disc brakes with 4-pod brake calliper – servo assisted
Rear brakes Ventilated steel disc brakes with 4-pod brake calliper – servo assisted
Weight Approx. 1230 kg
Body material Aluminium, engine bonnet plastic, Plexiglas rear window
Body type Race berlinetta with roll cage and sliding windows, side pipes
   
Engine  
Type 251 – Colombo front engine
Number of cylinders V12 – 60°
Displacement 4390 ccm
Bore and stroke 81 x 71 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 2 per cylinder
Compression ratio 9,3:1
Ignition 2 ignition distributors
Lubrication Dry sump lubrication
Maximum power Approx. 360 hp – 7.700 rpm
Maximum torque
Carburettor 6 Weber twin carburettors, type 40 DCN 20
Gearbox 5 gears + rev.
   
Performance  
Top speed Over 285 km/h
   
VINs  
  Series 1:
S/N 14407: Built for Charles Pozzi
S/N 14429: No race history
S/N 14437: Built for Scuderia Filipinetti
S/N 14885: Built for North American Racing Team (N.A.R.T.)
S/N 14889: Built for North American Racing Team (N.A.R.T.)
  Semi-official factory cars – used by Ferrari Importers:
Prototypes S/N 12467 and 12547 modified for Luigi Chinetti
S/N 12467 changed in 1971 into race version with steel body. Later used as test car for the Series 1 Competizione Daytonas
S/N 12547: First Daytona Competizione with complete aluminium body. Built in 1969 for Luigi Chinetti
  On private initiative modified Daytonas:
S/N 13367: Modified in 1974 for Luigi Chinetti at Sport Auto/Modena
S/N 13855: Modified in 1972 at Sport Auto/Modena
S/N 14065: Modified for Roger Penske at Holman & Moody and Traco
S/N 14017: Modified in America
S/N 14141: Modified by Traco for Luigi Chinetti
S/N 15965: Michelotti body
S/N 16717: Modified in 1975 for Ecurie Garage Francorchamps

 

Good to know:

Short Racing History for S/N 12467:

  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1971, Team N.A.R.T, Racing drivers: Bob Grossman/Coco Chinetti, no 58, 5th overall

Short Racing History for S/N 12547:

  • 24 Hours Daytona 1970, Racing drivers: Ronnie Buckum/W. Pickett, no 22, retired
  • 12 Hours Sebring 1971, Racing drivers: H. Cluxton/Bob Grossman, no 24, 12th overall

Short Racing History for S/N 13367:

  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1974, Racing drivers: M. Mignont/H. Jones, no 57, 16th overall
  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1975, Racing drivers: M. Mignont/H. Jones, no 48, 13th overall

Short Racing History for S/N 13855:

  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1972, Team N.A.R.T, Racing drivers: Jean-Pierre Jarier/C. Buchet, no 38, 9th overall

Short Racing History for S/N 14141:

  • 24 Hours Daytona 1973, Racing drivers: Milt Minter/Francois Migault, no 22, 2nd overall
  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1974, Team N.A.R.T., Racing drivers: D. Heinz/Alain Cudini, no 54, 6th overall

Short Racing History for S/N 15965:

  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1975, Team N.A.R.T., Racing drivers: Jean-Pierre Malcher/Langlois, no 46, did not start

Short Racing History for S/N 16717:

  • 24 Hours Le Mans 1975, Racing drivers: de Fierlant/Jean-Claude Andruet, no 47, 12 th overall
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