Auction Block: 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico

Jul 16, 2019

Category: Rides

Ferrari, as anyone even remotely interested in automobiles can tell you, has had an exceedingly long and successful history building some of the most beautiful machines on four wheels. The rarer the car and the better the condition, the more drool-worthy the prospect of owning one is. And few have the pedigree and history of this 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico that’s headed to auction.

Already an ultra-rare sports car from the Golden Age of Ferrari, this particular example is all the more special — as it is officially Ferrari Classiche Certified and even won an award for its near-perfect preservation at this year’s Cavallino Classic auto show. From tip to tail, this mostly-unrestored vehicle is a testament both to the manufacturer and its owners for their great care. Amongst the finest examples of this model, of which only 400 were ever built, this exceedingly rare classic car will hit the auction block at Gooding & Co’s Pebble Beach auction this August. But if you’re hoping to bid, you can expect an exceedingly high price to match — likely in the millions of dollars.

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