BLUE-CHIP FERRARIS AT RM SOTHEBY’S MIAMI AUCTION
The incredible offerings include a low-mileage F40, a 625-mile F50, the iconic Enzo, and a new-in-crate Enzo motor
- Once-in-a-lifetime, two-owner F50 with 625 miles. Possibly the best extant example of Maranello’s important 50th anniversary model
- A beautifully presented Ferrari Enzo displaying 11,870 miles at time of cataloguing
- Ferrari F40 displaying just 2,736 miles and believed to feature all of the factory-applied paintwork, with initial ownership by the noted and highly influential Paul Allen
- Unobtainable piece of Ferrari history; a rare opportunity to acquire a new old stock Ferrari Enzo replacement unit
A remarkable assembly of Ferraris is set to join the roster of modern classics, supercars, and luxury automobiles in South Florida. The sale is limited to just over 55 automobiles and will take place at the 1111 Lincoln building, an “above-the-horizon” space overlooking Miami on 10 December.
1990 Ferrari F40 – Currently displaying just 2,736 miles, this incredibly original F40 is believed to feature all of the factory-applied paintwork and continues to retain all of its matching-numbers mechanical equipment, just as it was when certified by Ferrari Classiche 14 years ago. The breathtaking berlinetta is well documented with the Massini history report, warranty booklet, prior titles, bills of sale, and a service invoice. It is also accompanied by owner’s manuals in the proper pouch, tools, and the Schedoni fitted luggage. Opportunities to acquire such a finely preserved and pure early example of the venerable F40 do not often surface, and this fantastic car claims the additional provenance of initial ownership by the noted and highly influential Paul Allen (Estimate: $3,000,000 – $3,500,000).
1995 Ferrari F50 – Currently displaying a remarkably low 625 miles of driving use, this splendid F50 is accompanied by a factory-issued set of fitted luggage, and the proper flight case for the removable hardtop. It is also documented with a 1995 certificate of origin, factory purchase order, bill of lading for export to Singapore, service invoices from Norwood Auto Italia, a history by Marcel Massini, and the Ferrari Classiche Red Book. To come across an immaculate two-owner F50 with such low mileage presents a very rare opportunity and this car is probably the best-condition example of Maranello’s important 50th anniversary model that one might ever encounter (Estimate: $5,500,000 – $6,500,000).
2003 Ferrari Enzo – Just one of 111 examples specified for the US market, and 498 examples built, this elegant Enzo was ideally maintained by Ferrari dealerships throughout its lifetime. This chassis was displayed at the 2004 Concorso Italiano and is accompanied by luggage and tool roll. A beautifully presented example of Maranello’s iconic millennial hypercar, displaying 11,870 miles at time of cataloguing. Certified by Ferrari Classiche in 2020, the estimate for this Enzo is $3,250,000 – $3,750,000.
Ferrari Enzo Engine – An otherwise unobtainable piece of Ferrari history; a rare opportunity to acquire a new old stock replacement unit from one of the marque’s flagship models. This once-in-a-lifetime Ferrari Enzo engine is still in its factory crate. It is a complete engine with inlets, airbox, ancillaries, and engine loom. If mounted for display, the engine could be used as a fantastic centerpiece in any collection.
Top 10 Ferrari Lots
|1. 1995 Ferrari F50||$5,500,000 – $6,500,000|
|2. 2003 Ferrari Enzo||$3,250,000 – $3,750,000|
|3. 1990 Ferrari F40||$3,000,000 – $3,500,000|
|4. 1973 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider by Scaglietti||$2,200,000 – $2,400,000|
|5. 1995 Ferrari F512 M||$400,000 – $450,000|
|6. 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4 BB by Scaglietti||$300,000 – $400,000|
|7. 1979 Ferrari 512 BB||$275,000 – $300,000|
|8. Ferrari Enzo Engine||$200,000 – $300,000|
|9. 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS||$150,000 – $250,000|
|10. 2005 Ferrari 360 Spider||$100,000 – $125,000|
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Saturday, 10 December 2022
PREVIEW – 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
AUCTION – 7:00 pm