Ferrari has made one of the most delectable supercars over the years with an illustrious line-up of iconic cars which have remained etched in the minds of enthusiasts. Some of Ferrari’s finest supercars are also highly revered amongst collectors too. In similar vein, RM Sotheby’s is preparing to host its final Amelia Island sale, featuring some of the most iconic Ferraris ever produced. From classic models to modern-day machines, the collection of cars has them all including rare models like the F50.
This F50 is as good as it gets being Ferrari Classiche-certified and is like-new being a 1995 model. It is displaying just 1,342 kilometers (834 miles) and it has single ownership from 1995 through 2022. Certified in 2020 as a matching-numbers example with a Ferrari Classiche Red Book, this example is accompanied by two pieces of Schedoni fitted luggage and factory-issued flight case for the removable hardtop.
Not just an F50 as there is also its predecessor with a 1985 288 GTO. This US-delivered example supplied new by Lake Forest Sports Cars in June 1985 is factory equipped with desirable red seat inserts, air conditioning, and power windows and shows less than 8,000 kilometers from new. Covering all desired attributes, including Ferrari Classiche certification, well-documented provenance, regular no-expense-spared service history, along with original books and toolkit. The F50 has an estimate between $4,750,000 – $6,000,000 while the 288 GTO has an estimate between $4,000,000 – $4,500,000.
Some more classic Ferrari examples include a 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS by Pininfarina and this is the 94th of just 200 examples produced. This 275 GTS boasts just two owners from new as it was first owned by Swiss racing driver and FIA European Hill Climbing champion Willy-Peter Daetwyler and later acquired by the consignor in 1978. Finished in the color combination of Rosso over tan Connolly leather with a black soft-top, this Ferrari will be offered publicly for the first time this coming March (Estimate: $1,300,000 – $1,600,000).
Other notable examples include the iconic 1991 Ferrari F40 with an estimate between $1,800,000 – $2,200,000, a 1968 Ferrari Dino 206 GT by Scaglietti ($700,000 – $825,000), a modern 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano ($675,000 – $775,000), a 1974 Ferrari 246 Dino GTS ‘Chairs & Flares’ by Scaglietti ($650,000 – $750,000), a 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC by Pininfarina ($550,000 – $650,000), 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti ($550,000 – $650,000), 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series I by Pininfarina ($475,000 – $575,000). You also have a 1986 Ferrari Testarossa with an estimate between $225,000 – $300,000, a1976 Ferrari 308 GTB ‘Vetroresina’ by Scaglietti ($225,000 – $275,000), a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 by Pininfarina ($200,000 – $230,000).