Absolutely. The story should be what drove a distaff high school English teacher to buy such a car. Who was she? You can Google the features, options, colors of the above or any car.
Hagerty is first an insurance company pandering to the mainstream as they gear up to go against State Farm, Allstate, Geico, USAA, Farmers, Progressive, Liberty Mutual, so rehashing auction house press releases for the wow factor will always be front and center.
The real story about the above car and its first owner overlooked for money talk better suited for Kiplingers or the Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition.
Let's pretend I am the silly person that has 1.3 million to buy this car. (laughs... even my dreams aren't that out there).
I totally risk driving it. My kids get picked up from school in it. I grab a bag of ready-mix from Home Depot with it. To me, a 1.3 million dollar Daytona is fueled on the tears of those that think it should be locked away.*
*and those people don't need to fear me ever owning any Daytona. Maybe a 4-door satellite...