Throughout the ’60s, Ferrari’s money came mostly from slightly bigger 2+2 versions of its V-12 sports cars. It was a strategy that worked well for the young and still growing company, but as it entered into the ’70s, things started to change. The smaller Dino-badged vehicles were doing well and bringing in tons of money, with Ferrari eventually introducing a whole new line of V-8 models by the mid-’70s. The Daytona flagship sports car was replaced by the Berlinetta Boxer, a mid-engine car with a flat-12 instead of the V-12 that was still found in the bigger 2+2s. And, “bigger” is the right word, as the 2+2 got much bigger in 1972 with the introduction of the 365 GT4 2+2.