There’s time for a final highlight from Gooding & Company’s Scottsdale sale in Arizona on January 20-21.
A stunning 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast, another somewhat undervalued model in our opinion, which will still run you about $1.25 million on the high end.
A model of understated elegance with a beast of an engine
The masterful coachwork by Pininfarina is a model of understated elegance, while the 400 hp engine is a barely contained beast.
One of only 36 500 Superfasts ever made, it’s a rare, perfectly preserved example of the kind of superbly powerful grand tourer that Ferrari has always built for the world’s wealthiest, most discerning men.
If you don’t qualify yet, we’re sure that you will one day…
- Posted January 19, 2012
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- Gooding & Company / Scott Nidermaier