We understand that someone likes the Ferrari Daytona SP3. We even understand that the Daytona SP3 makes one greedy. But we don’t understand why someone would pay around 13,500 euros for a model with the same engine size as the Daytona SP3.
Obviously we are not rich enough for this kind of thing. Do not deceive us: what Amalgam Collection manages is a marvel of craftsmanship. Company-level examples are good. But a V12 with a 43 cm gearbox for 13,495 euros… Who buys that?
A Ferrari model in an edition of 599 pieces
Well, at least 599 high value collectors. Because Amalgam makes so many copies of the Daytona SP3 powertrain. What are buyers doing with it? No idea. In them man cave put, perhaps, on the toilet bowl?
The Ferrari Daytona SP3 is driving collectors crazy
Either way, you have to really love the Ferrari Daytona SP3 to buy this little gem. Although, the thing is not so small: 43 cm long and 21 cm wide. Four times smaller than the actual SP3 power.
Crazy price due to many man hours
Amalgam has spent 3500 man hours making the model. Creating one copy takes another 325 hours. That of course (partly) explains the insane price.
The model is based on Ferrari’s official CAD drawings and material specifications. The atmospheric powertrain has been thoroughly rebuilt, right down to the tiniest bar codes and stickers.
Ferrari Daytona SP3 uit Icon-series
The original Daytona SP3 – Amalgam also has an example of that level, scale: 1 in 8, price: 15,550 euros – powered by the F140HC, a 6.5-liter V12 without turbo and an output of 840 hp. It goes to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds.
This Ferrari Monza SP2 is for the Dutch road
The SP 3 is the second model in the series called Icona, in which Ferrari brings classic racing cars and street cars to date. The Ferrari 330 P3/4 and 412 P served as inspiration for the SP3. The first Icona-Ferrari is the Monza SP1 / SP2.
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