1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico Gooding and Company Auction
Only 46 ever produced, models like this 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupe Aerodinamico were famed for their bespoke commissioned editions. This model retains its original finishing and interiors.
The Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico was the fastest road-legal car of its era. Production ran from 1959 to early 1964: 46 model usually divided into 2 groups: Superamericas with Pininfarina coach work and the other with Scaglietti coach work. Impeccable provenance, this 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series 1 Coupe Aerodinamico offered by Gooding & Company, entered the hands of Pininfarina in 1961 where it received its elegant elegant Blue Notte bodywork and natural leather interiors. It was completed in March 1962 where it was set to Switzerland to exhibit at the year’s Geneva Motorshow. A piece of Ferrari history indeed! #ferrari#classiccars#luxurylifestyle
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