$3.5 million worth 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Cabriolet Pininfarina to open Monaco Auction


If you want to be the proud owner of a ’62 rare 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Cabriolet Pininfarina, come May 1st, be sure you attend the first of RM Auction’s annual sale to be held in Monaco. Touted to fetch around $3.5 million, this beauty will open the event titled “Sporting Classics of Monaco.” It is slated to be held at the Grimaldi Forum alongside the 7th Grand Prix Historique de Monaco. The event will put eighty other finest motor cars in the world under the hammer as well.

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One of six short-wheelbase models for which Pininfarina designed the body, this particular Ferrari, bearing chassis no. 3309SA was the last in the suite and was on display at the Geneva and New York Auto Shows in 1962 as a factory show car. Top-tier marquee specialists recently reported it for no additional cost. It won the famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance award for the year. Deemed to be more lavish, powerful, and elite than the SWB California Spider, this one will definitely attract many collectors the world over!
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