I guess I should jump in at this point. As many of you may know, I’ve owned my 330GTC as an everyday driver since 1975. I am the second owner and I acquired the car with around 40,000 miles – it is now coming up on 194,000. I’ve rebuilt the engine and transmission, refurbished the suspension, shocks and springs, did some minor interior work. I also converted a few electrical items to more reliable units, such as installed Hayden cooling fans, Bosche coils and a GM alternator. I also fabricated my own design exhaust system. Looking at the color – it was originally light metallic blue and I just didn’t like it. Since I was broke from buying the car, I went to an auto paint supply store, bringing the horn button with me. I told them I wanted a yellow to match that on the button. Turns out it was 1975 Corvette Bright Yellow. So, I went home with a gallon of yellow, two gallons of thinner and a gallon of primer, and learned how to paint! Although I’ve never owned a Daytona, I’ve driven many and I can say that from sheer power and driving experience, there’s nothing like it – ANYWHERE! It’s heavy but from the way it handles and accelerates, you’d never know it. There is not a (production) vehicle from its era that can come close to the overall driving experience of the Daytona. So, why did I buy a GTC? First off, money. I wanted a birthday gift from me to me and the GTC was all that I could afford. Secondly, I just plain like the looks. More elegant than sporty. Roominess – the GTC has an amazingly large trunk that suited my needs. Look at the first picture – all of that fit inside the car! Simplicity. I like to do all my own work and the type 209 engine is very easy to maintain. So, here are some comparisons based strictly on my own opinions and experience. Looks: GTC is prettier, Daytona more “purposeful looking” Sound: Daytona with a stock exhaust, my GTC with the custom exhaust. Interior comfort: Daytona. I like the seats much better than my GTC (no headrests) Brakes: Daytona has ventilated discs, much better at speed. GTC brakes are adequate for everyday driving. Acceleration and top speed: definitely Daytona! AC: GTC is definitely better. Gas mileage: Who cares? Interior noise: about the same, GTC may be a bit quieter. Standing under the car, the drivelines appear identical, having two engine mounts and two transmission mounts. The transaxle and engine are rigidly coupled by means of a torque tube with a semi-rigid driveshaft running inside. The driveshaft acts as a torsional spring, absorbing torsional vibrations. The engines differ in many ways, the 330 being a wet sump, triple carb single cam engine having a 77 x 71 MM bore and stroke, while the Daytona is a four-cam, six carb, dry sump powerplant, with a 81 x 71 MM bore and stroke. The transaxle also is a bit different. The 330 uses bushings for some of the shafts while the Daytona uses needle roller bearings. Both are pressure-lubricated. The Daytona uses CV type axle joints (Bendix-Weiss, as I recall) while the GTC uses a Spicer type. Regarding prices, I do not follow the market so I have no clue as to the selling prices of the two cars. Spend some time with them, drive them both and decide which is best for you! I hope this helps in your decision. Bob Z. ps – if I had to do it all over again, would I still buy the GTC? YEP!