This car has a four-speed Hurst transmission that was known for its durability. The 440 and Hemi models all featured this transmission versus the 3-speed torque flight automatic that was available. Muscle cars have never been known for handling and this behemoth ran on the standard R/T chassis complete with leaf springs and anti-roll bars. When looking at these Daytona models it can be hard to tell a real one from a fake – one way is to look at the VIN number. Every Daytona was built at the Ham track plant in Michigan and features the letter “B” as the seventh digit in the car’s VIN number. To many, these cars are some of the wildest creations to ever come from Detroit and the muscle car era – true collector’s pieces, and one with a race history makes it even more enticing. Watch this amazing video and don’t forget to share this video.