If Ferrari is your chosen brand of classic, then look no further as 33 of these glorious prancing horses are being offered at Silverstone Auctions’ inaugural ‘Sale of Ferraris in association with the Ferrari Owners’ Club of Great Britain’.
This unique sale will take palce at the famous Silverstone Circuit on 18th May 2018, and is the first of it’s kind in Blighty. The Italian dedicated auction will involve from the flash to the elderly, such as outrageously fast 2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta estimated at £190,000 to £240,000 to the timeless elegance of the 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona estimated at £500,000 to £575,000.
One of only 158 right hand drive models, the Daytona is one of the most desirable classic Ferrari’s around today. With only 35,900 miles on the clock and finished in a lovely shade of Argento Auteuil with a contrasting blue leather interior, this Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona presents an incredible opportunity to own one of the most collectable cars to ever bear the prancing horse badge.
lowest Mileage Ferrari
One of the lowest mileage cars in the auction is a 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina with only 3,022 miles, finished in the classic combination of Rosso Corsa with a grey/black interior and estimated at £325,000 to £375,000. Another low mileage car is a 1989 Ferrari 348 TS valued at £55,000 to £65,000, with only 3,985 miles on the clock and remarkably still wearing its original set of Bridgestone tyres.
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An extreme version of Ferrari’s well-loved 308 will also be on offer at the sale. The 1984 Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole estimated at £45,000 to £52,000 features a ‘Koenig style’ body kit. With only 6,200 miles, this 308 GTB QV is nicely finished in Rosso Corsa, with a Nero interior.
Jamiroquai Front Man
The sale will also see a pair of Ferraris auctioned from the private collection of Jamiroquai front man, Jay Kay. The very first car to start his collection, a 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello finished in Grigio Titanio with a Bordeaux leather interior and reading just 13,980 miles is estimated at £135,000 to £160,000. Also for sale is his 2011 Ferrari FF with an impressive factory specification estimated at £120,000 to £135,000.
One of the most respected cars in the auction is the 2009 Ferrari 430 Scuderia, estimated at £165,000 to £185,000. The evocatively named Scuderia is the extreme track special, lighter and more powerful than the standard F430. This car comes in Rosso Corsa with the trademark Scuderia black stripe and only 13,600 miles on the clock.
Viewing of all lots will be available from 09:00-14:00 on Friday 18th May. A special memorabilia sale of 150 lots starts the proceedings at 11.30am with the main car auction beginning at 2.30pm.
To view the full list of cars on offer at the auction please visit here.