The Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico Series II is a rare gem that has recently come into our spotlight on The Status Life. Currently available for purchase through the luxury car experts at Schaltkulisse, this car is nothing short of extraordinary.
The Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico Series II stands as the final iteration of its kind, with only 18 Long Wheelbase (LWB) models ever crafted, and a mere 14 of those featuring covered headlights. This remarkable vehicle made its debut in 1964, showcasing a sophisticated color combination of Grigio Argento exterior over Nero VM 8500 Connolly interior, with striking red carpets. Its impeccable condition ensures its position as the centerpiece of any discerning car collector’s fleet. It was initially sold to FIN-EUR Finanziaria Commerciale Europea S.p.A., a Rome, Italy-based company.
The specific Ferrari Superamerica, available through Schaltkulisse, retains its original engine and gearbox, assuring that its numbers match. Over five decades, it has been meticulously maintained by its owner, Ralli Dimitrius. Despite its already excellent condition, Schaltkulisse has gone the extra mile to elevate the quality of this exceptional vehicle, adhering to their high standards for all cars in their inventory. The 400 Superamerica spent several months at Auto Toni in Maranello, undergoing both mechanical and cosmetic updates, resulting in its striking Rosso Cina hue.
Having graced the prestigious Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este and securing the Ferrari Classiche Certification, this Superamerica is now ready to find new owners who can truly appreciate its unique and captivating history. Its well-documented past includes an array of photographs from the restoration work conducted in the United States and invoices for recent enhancements completed at Toni Auto in Maranello. For those seeking to add a cornerstone to their classic car collection, this could be the perfect choice.
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