I need one of those, a GT-40, a Boss 429 Mustang, Boss 351 Mustang, a 68 Camaro with 427, a 71 Corvette with 454, 72 Pantera, a 69 Firebird, a 70 Charger 440, a Challenger with 440 6 pack, a Hemi Cuda, some Shelby Mustangs and...
Oh yeah, no money.
That car seems to have a very long nose with the hood vents for radiator air even with the front wheels. That puts the engine entirely behind the front wheels, almost mid engine. I bet the car had incredible handling for 1964.
I have a ‘69 Mustang, curb weight around 2800lbs and sporting 400 ponies (4:11 Detroit Locker rear). It is scarey fast! I haven’t taken it out on rainy days yet because it’s too hard to keep the wheels from spinning. Plus the front end is loosey-goosey.
The Daytona would be one wild ride!
Looks like a modified Kirkham Daytona body.
Kirkham does great work.