I love the overall look of the 1999 Daytona Coupe. Being an 'average' car nut, and reading most of the comments here, one has to remember that this specific model car is one commissioned to be built when Superformance asked Peter Brock to essentially engineer a reboot of the original design. For those that believe any car-body that's built out of fiberglass is a 'kit car' must not think a whole lot about Corvettes (another Peter Brock creation.) The term is highly misunderstood by the general public but that's another different discussion.
When Peter first talked about his contract with Superformance, he was given freedom to do a lot with a streetable version of the race car. His personal Coupe he brought with him, has no door handles, glass hatch and roll-down windows, not plexiglass or lexan. It is in fact a comfortable car to sit in. As Bruce Goldsmith alludes to, Peter wasn't allowed a the spoiler in the rear because Carroll Shelby was too cheap and generally, didn't agree with Peter's original design. Now with SPF, he could finally design the car he wanted to be produced.
I do agree that the wide-fender looks too added on. After all, the body is fiberglass, it could have been blended in but to each his own; look beyond that, I think the silhouette is downright bad-ass. In it's non-flared look, a Daytona Coupe looks a bit dated to be honest. I've seen quite a number of them over the years and they just remind me more of a 60's Jaguar XK series. Not bad looking for a 60's car. So in that sense, what Bruce did with his particular Coupe makes it exactly how'd I build one if I had the chance.