Named after Ferrari's 1-2-3 podium sweep at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona, the 365 GTS/4 is considered by many to be one of the best in Ferrari's long line of front-engined GTs. Briefly owned by Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack, this car has a history that could have come straight from a film. After passing from the original owner to Pollack in 1974, the car was bought Alberto Amezcua of Mexico City, who dodged import duties by having the car driven to Mexico by an American tourist. The car was then stolen by a powerful local pawn shop owner with ties to the Mexican President and returned to the states after being purchased by an Ohio enthusiast. Two years later, Amezcua saw the car for sale, launched a legal challenge to have the car returned to him. With its history and 1-of-14 exterior color, this 365 GTS/4 is prized even among Daytonas.