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RM Auctions, in association with Sotheby’s, will offer an thrilling line-up of important Ferrari sports and racing cars when they return to Maranello, Italy on May 18th for the much-anticipated ‘Ferrari: Leggenda e Passione’ auction event. Headlining the growing list of significant consignments is a pair of rare and ultra-desirable California Spyders (0923GT and 2377GT), a 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe Pinin Farina (0265EU) with celebrity provenance, and a 1951 Ferrari 340 America Coupe (0150A) with a superlative racing history.

Ferrari aficionados will have a rare opportunity to peruse and bid on some of the marque’s finest – and oldest – sports and racing cars next month when RM Auctions, in association with Sotheby’s, returns to Maranello, Italy for their much-anticipated Ferrari: Leggenda e Passione auction event.

To be held May 18th at Maranello's legendary Ferrari factory, the single-day event will present dozens of significant vintage Ferraris for auction, as well as a selection of newer Ferrari models, and items from the famed Jacques Swaters’ private Ferrari Francorchamps collection.

“The upcoming Ferrari Leggenda e Passione auction is set to be a truly historic and international event, highlighting over 50 years of Ferrari history,” said Max Girardo, Managing Director of RM’s European Operations. “We have received tremendous early interest in the event and have secured a magnificent list of consignments, making this a ‘must attend’ event for professional collectors and those with a predilection for the Ferrari marque,” he added.

Headlining the growing list of significant consignments are no less than two rare and ultra-desirable California Spyders – a magnificent 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder (s/n 0923GT), and a stunning 1961 Ferrari 250GT SWB California Spyder (s/n 2377GT) with celebrity provenance. Completed on March 3, 1961, 2377GT was shipped to the US in the 1960s after being purchased by Academy Award winning actor, James Coburn, who shared a passion for Italian sports cars with close friend and fellow Ferrari enthusiast, the legendary Steve McQueen. Over the course of his 25-year ownership, Coburn was a regular sight in his Spyder, using it as a daily driver to and from the movie studios. Additionally, on weekends, he, along with McQueen and fellow actor James Garner, could often be found testing their driving abilities through the winding Hollywood hills. Throughout Coburn’s ownership, he repainted the vehicle three times, first in dark blue, followed by silver and finally burgundy; today the car appears in its original Nero black and includes extensive documentation relating to its restoration and maintenance.

Another star attraction with celebrity provenance, and just confirmed for the May auction, is a fabulously restored 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe Pinin Farina (s/n 0265EU). Fitted with a prototype 3.0-litre 250 type V12 engine, this unique example was purchased new by renowned film director Roberto Rossellini as a present for his wife, three-time Academy Award winning actress, Ingrid Bergman.

Also set to cross the block in Maranello in May is a legendary 1951 Ferrari 340 America Ghia Coupe, (s/n 0150A). Regarded as one of the rarest of all early racing Ferraris, this example was the last of four 340 Americas bodied by Carrozzeria Ghia, and the only one with a superlative racing history. Sold new in 1952 to noted Ferrari patron, Antonio “Tony” Paravano, the car was subsequently shipped to California before making its racing debut at Torrey Pines in July 1952, closely followed by an appearance at the legendary Carrera Panamericana in Mexico, where Jack and Ernie McAfee drove it to a respectable fifth place finish.
To coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Ferrari Daytona, the May event will also offer an ultra-collectible, award-winning 1971 Ferrari GTS/4 Daytona Spyder, a fully restored 1971 Daytona Coupe; and a totally original 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, with just one owner from new and 2,500 original miles.
Other significant Ferraris consignments include:

An ultra rare, totally original 1950 Ferrari 166/195S Inter Vignale Berlinetta (s/n 0071S)
A meticulously restored 1961 Ferrari 250GT Pininfarina Cabriolet SII
A restored, highly desirable 1962 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Competizione, the first production example and one of just three official Competizione models
A fully restored, concours-winning 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (s/n 10017)
A magnificent 1971 Ferrari 512M (s/n 1024) with extensive racing history, including the only hillclimb win for a 512M at Melgno-Borno

In addition to the vintage cars, the Maranello auction event will also shine a spotlight on some of Ferrari’s more recent offerings, including: a race-ready 1995 Ferrari 412T2; a 1999 Ferrari 333SP, one of the greatest sports racing cars to have been produced by Ferrari; a pair of factory F1 race cars raced by Michael Schumacher (a 1997 Ferrari F31OB and a 2000 Ferrari F2000); two Ferrari Enzos from the consecutive 2003 and 2004 production years; and a special India Tour model 2008 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Avorio.

... all Lots

250 GT SWB California Spyder s/n 2377GT
Ferrari 166 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n  0071 S
Ferrari 166 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n  0071 S
233 Hay/Cole UK Ferrari 195 Inter Ghia Coupe 1951 0089S
233 Hay/Cole UK Ferrari 195 Inter Ghia Coupe 1951 0089S
Ferrari 246 Sport Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0778S


1950 Ferrari 166/195S Vignale Berlinetta

0071S  €400.000 €500.000

1951 Ferrari 195 Inter Ghia Coupe 

0089S  €374.000 €442.000

1967 Ferrari 206 Dino 

00330 €110.000 €150.000

1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe PF

0265EU €650.000 €800.000

1972 Ferrari 246 Dino

03708  €95.000 €110.000

1960 Ferrari 246 Dino Spider Fantuzzi

0778 €3.400.000 €4.080.000

1957 Ferrari 250 GT Ellena Coupe

0819GT  €320.000 €380.000

1957 Ferrari 250 GT Ellena Coupe

0817GT €300.000 €400.000

1962 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso "Comp"

4213GT   €780.000 €1.000.000

1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder

0923GT €2.500.000 €3.000.000

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder

2377GT €3.400.000 €3.740.000

1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L

5143GT €480.000 €580.000

1959 Ferrari 250 GT Pininfarina Coupe

1233GT €180.000 €220.000

1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4

10017 €816.000 €1.020.000

1966 Ferrari 275 GTS

07655 €350.000 €450.000

1963 Ferrari 330 America

05121 €130.000 €170.000

1999 Ferrari 333SP

027 €750.000 €950.000

1951 Ferrari 340 America Ghia Coupe

0150A €1.258.000 €1.530.000

1974 Ferrari 365 GT/4 BB

18201 €140.000 €180.000

1979 Ferrari 512 BB

28709 €85.000 €105.000

2007 Ferrari 430 GT2 

€400.000 €600.000

1971 Ferrari 512 M

1024 €2.040.000 €2.720.000

2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta

124124 €140.000 €170.000

2008 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 

€250.000 €300.000

1995 Ferrari 412 T2 F1

163 €530.000 €730.000

1971 Ferrari Daytona Coupe

14345 €240.000 €290.000

1973 Ferrari Daytona Coupe

16941 €340.000 €408.000

1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

07186 €100.000 €125.000

1974 Ferrari Dino GTS

06294 €125.000 €140.000

2003 Ferrari Enzo

134955 €800.000 €1.000.000

2004 Ferrari Enzo

136085 €800.000 €1.000.000

1996 Ferrari F1

166 €750.000 €1.000.000

2000 Ferrari F1

2000 198 €1.100.000 €1.500.000

1997 Ferrari F1 Race Car F310B

179 €578.000 €782.000

Ferrari F360 GTC

2060 €100.000 €150.000

1991 Ferrari F40

89307 €290.000 €350.000

1989 Ferrari F40 (Valeo)

79883 €380.000 €480.000

1990 Ferrari F40/LM

88513 €1.000.000 €1.400.000

1996 Ferrari F50

105193 €550.000 €700.000

1971 Ferrari GTB/4 Daytona Spyder

14415 €680.000 €952.000

1961 Ferrari PF Spider SII Cabriolet

2381GT €510.000 €646.000

1987 Ferrari Testarossa

68131 €60.000 €80.000

2006 Maserati MC12 Corsa

22797 €1.100.000 €1.500.000

1957 Ferrari 250 GT LWB
1964 Ferrari 250 LM

Ferrari 512 M Berlinetta s/n 1024
Ferrari 512 M Berlinetta s/n 1024