After winning Le Mans in 1959, Carroll Shelby wanted to return and beat Enzo Ferrari with a car of his own design. Regrettably the Shelby Cobra created too much drag to achieve the top speeds on the Mulsanne Straight needed to beat Ferrari in the GT Class.
Enter the Daytona Coupe: with its aerodynamic hatchback shape and new top speed, it not only won the 24 Hours of Le Mans but also went on to make Shelby the first American constructor to win the FIA World Sportscar Championship in 1965.
This Factory Five replica beautifully pays homage to the legacy, and is owned by famous Emmy-nominated actor, musician, writer, producer and racing driver Frankie Muniz. Draped in a beautiful grey with black racing stripes, The silhouette of this racer sits atop Halibrand replica wheels and Kumho tires, with Wilwood disc brakes.
Powered by a GM LS3 with an automatic transmission, this piece has less than 3,500 miles on the build, and even has a GPS unit for modern convenience.
Titled as a 1965 Replica. This Daytona, while titled as a 1965 Replica, is ready to steal any show you park it at.
Source: Barrett-Jackson http://www.barrettjacksoncollectionshowroom.com/1965-Shelby-Daytona_Replica-Coupe.html