AMELIA ISLAND, FLORIDA - The 400 Superamerica Convertible is one of the finest road-going Ferraris that money can buy. This is a statement that was true when the car was new, and it still remains true to this day. It was the quintessential car for high-speed, top-down touring, and driving a Superamerica was a privilege reserved for the world’s most influential people, such as captains of industry, celebrities, and even heads of state, who also just happened to be Ferrari’s best customers.
Fast, refined, and drop-dead gorgeous, the Superamerica is a truly incredible car to drive – a car which cossets its passengers at speed yet never lets the driver forget Ferrari’s motorsport heritage. Car & Driver magazine commented in their April 1963 review of a 400 Superamerica that “owning one is, or should be, the goal of every automotive enthusiast anywhere,” and for one lucky enthusiast, that goal can be achieved this year at Amelia Island. This example has recently been restored in its original colors by marque experts, and it would be just at home on the concours lawn as it would be speeding through the French Riviera.
1960 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Cabriolet by Pinin Farina
Estimate: $6,000,000 - $7,000,000