When the Ferrari 365 GTB/4, commonly know as the Daytona, was released in 1968, in marked an important milestone in the company's history — tradition would not stand in the way of performance, and performance would never overrule tradition. The angular styling was a departure from the smooth shapes of Ferrari's previous GTs, but still had the long hood/short deck proportions and front-mounted V12 of its predecessors. This 365 GTB/4 originally came in Marrone Metallizzato, a metallic brown, over beige leather, before being repainted yellow over black leather in the course of a restoration in the 1990s. The US-spec car then crossed the Atlantic to Italy, where it received its all-important Ferrari Classiche certification. The car will go to auction June 15 in Milan.