Behold: the 1964 Ferrari 500 Superfast Coupe – one of the rarest Ferraris.
Featuring Pininfarina bodywork and a plush leather interior, just 36 of these flagship five-litre V12s were ever made. This car was sold new to the industrialist James Hanson and has changed hands several times since, but still only has a trifling 19,300km on the clock.
Currently accepting bids, probably north of €2.25 million.
Behold: the Pininfarina coachwork and Kammback profile of the 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast Coupe – in its day, the flagship of Ferrari’s ‘America series’. The Superfast, with its 395bhp, 5.0l V12, was capable of 280km’h.
This model – one of only 36 painted black at the factory – comes complete with a full engine restoration, matching numbers and Ferrari Classiche Red Book certification.
Yours for a mere €2,270,000 plus change.