Top 25 Ferraris in Scottsdale 2016

Scottsdale is seemingly larger every year. This year RM Sotheby’s, Gooding & Company, Russo & Steel, Barret-Jackson and Bonhams covered just about every corner of the market.

Both of Gooding & Company’s custom-bodied Ferraris took the top two spots with the modern supercars showing particularly expensive prices just below them.

Bonhams achieved what must be the record for a 365 GTB/4 Daytona as their 1971 car sold for $1,155,000. This particularly low-mileage example (9000 miles) had a premium of over $400,000 compared to the other Daytonas on this list.

Near the bottom is a 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider which probably broke the record at $357,500 with a factory aligator interior that cost the first owner $154,798!

Photos by Brian Henniker
Photos by Brian Henniker

1950 Ferrari 166 MM/195 S Berlinetta Le Mans 0060 M
Sold for $6,490,000 by Gooding & Company

  • A Historically Important, Even-Serial-Number Ferrari
  • One of Just Six Touring Berlinettas Built on the 166 MM Chassis
  • The 1950 Paris Salon Car, Sold New to Briggs Cunningham
  • Impressive Three-Year International Racing History
  • Ticket to Major Events from Pebble Beach to the Mille Miglia
Photo by Brian Henniker
Photo by Brian Henniker

1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale 10107
Sold for $3,410,000 by Gooding & Company

  • Among the Last of the Great Coachbuilt Ferraris
  • The Third of Only Four Such GTC Speciales Ever Built
  • Delivered New to Maria Maddalena Da Lisca, Wife of Pietro Barilla
  • Ideal Entry into the Finest International Concours d’Elegance
  • Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini

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2003 Ferrari Enzo ZFFCW56AX30132049
Sold for $2,860,000 by Gooding & Company

  • From the Tony Shooshani Collection
  • Authenticated with Ferrari Classiche Red Book
  • Less than 2,700 Recorded Miles
  • Formula 1-Bred Performance Engineering
  • Autographed by Enzo Designer Ken Okuyama
  • Selected for Display at Ferrari NA’s 60th Anniversary Concours

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1995 Ferrari F50 ZFFTA46B000099999
Sold for $2,400,000 by Gooding & Company

  • From the Tony Shooshani Collection
  • Official 1995 Geneva Motor Show Car that Introduced the F50 Model
  • One of the Very First F50s Built
  • Displayed at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show and Other Publicity Events
  • First Privately Owned by Jacques Swaters
  • Ferrari Classiche Certified, Less than 1,100 Miles From New
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015

1965 Ferrari 275 GTB by Scaglietti Chassis 07053
Sold for $2,117,500 by RM Sotheby’s

  • Finished in Azzurro over Nero (VM 8500)
  • 48,704 miles on the odometer which might be original.
  • Clean, presentable, and well detailed.
  • high level of fit, finish, and detail throughout.
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

1965 Ferrari 275 GTS 07935
Sold for $1,760,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • One of only 200 examples built
  • Fully matching-numbers drivetrain
  • Recent cosmetic freshening including new interior by an accredited FCA judge
  • Known history documented by Marcel Massini
  • Exhibited at the Quail Motorsports Gathering and Concorso Italiano
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II 2153 GT
Sold for $1,650,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • The 98th of 200 examples produced
  • Recently restored in its original color combination of Blue Sera over Pelle Naturale
  • Includes desirable matching hardtop
  • Original matching-numbers engine

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1990 Ferrari F40 ZFFMN34A2L0086554
Sold for $1,534,500 by Gooding & Company

  • Ferrari Classiche Certified US-Spec Model
  • Less than 3,800 Miles from New
  • Consistently Maintained with Extensive Service Records
  • Displayed at Ferrari NA’s 60th Anniversary Concours d’Elegance
  • The Ultimate Track-Ready Supercar
Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

2011 Ferrari 599 SA Aperta chassis ZFF72RHA1B0182788
Sold for $1,182,500 by Rm Auctions

  • One of just 80 limited edition examples built
  • Original delivery paperwork included
  • Includes optional factory hardtop and accessory storage case
  • Just 1,200 miles from new; Ferrari Classiche certified
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sothebys
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sothebys

1953 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe by Vignale chassis 0285 EU
Sold for $1,100,000 by Rm Sotheby’s

  • The 23rd of 26 of the 212 Inters with coachwork by Vignale
  • Formerly owned by Pennsylvania State Senator Theodore Newell Wood
  • Well preserved in largely original condition

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1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona 14219
Sold for $1,155,000 by Bonhams

  • Exceptional example with less than 9,000 miles from new
  • Matching-numbers and superb condition throughout
  • Delivered new to the US through Chinetti and with first owner for 27 years
  • Ready for FCA and national level concours exhibition
  • Offered with books, tools and Massini report
Photo Credit: Ron Kimball ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Ron Kimball ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

2011 Ferrari 599 GTO ZFF70RCA4B0183219
Sold for $770,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • Approximately 1,500 original miles
  • The ultimate iteration of the 599 GTB; still hotly desirable
  • Extremely rare and beautiful color combination
  • Accompanied by clear CARFAX and original books and tools
  • “A gentleman’s Enzo”

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1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti chassis 15437
Sold for $710,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • Long-term California ownership
  • Original engine rebuilt by noted Ferrari specialist Patrick Ottis
  • Interior was upholstered in sumptuous tan leather (with complementary black seat inserts)
  • U.S. marker lights were deleted
  • Includes owners manual and tool roll
  • Fitted with its original engine
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sothebys
Photo Credit: Darin Schnabel ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sothebys

1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona chassis 14819
Sold for $687,500 by RM Sotheby’s

  • A desirable U.S.-specification Daytona
  • Recorded fewer than 27,000 miles, a number that the owner believes to be original.
  • Dynamic original color scheme and factory air conditioning
  • Original warranty card, owner’s manual, and instruction manual
  • Ferrari Classiche certified
  • Matching numbers throughout
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica chassis no. ZFFGT61A850144839
Sold for $682,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • One of only 43 manual-transmission Superamericas
  • Two owners and under 3,700 miles from new
  • Outfitted with a fantastic assortment of options, including the Fiorano handling package, Scuderia shields, and Daytona-style seats

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1975 Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer 18419
Sold for $495,000 by Gooding & Company

  • Ferrari’s Original Mid-Engine, 12-Cylinder Supercar
  • Exceptionally Rare as One of 387 First-Series 365 GT4 BBs
  • Recently Serviced by Factory-Authorized Ferrari Dealers
  • Very Original Example with Ferrari Classiche Certification
  • Offered with Books, Tool Kit, and Massini Report

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1984 Ferrari 512 BBi ZFFJA09B000051725
Sold for $440,000 by Gooding & Company

  • First Owned by Racing Legend A.J. Foyt
  • Less than 30,000 Original Miles
  • Two-Year Restoration to Platinum-Winning Standards
  • Original Color Combination
  • A Low-Mileage BBi with Unparalleled Provenance
Photo Credit: Patrick Ernzen ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Patrick Ernzen ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

1970 Ferrari Dino 246 GT ‘L-Series’ 01040
Sold for $396,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • One of 357 early ‘L-Series’ cars with 206 GT styling features
  • Restored in the ownership of Dino expert Luciano Bertolero
  • Submitted for Ferrari Classiche certification
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Robin Adams ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS 08454
Sold for $396,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • One of only three examples finished in Verde Medio Nijinsky
  • Factory equipped with air conditioning and power windows
  • Formerly owned by Hollywood socialite Sandra West
  • Cosmetically restored to its original colors in 2014
  • Low-mileage example; offered with books and tools
  • Matching-numbers example
1984 Ferrari 512 BBi owned by Chris Papamichael; for Sotheby's RM Auctions; AZ16_r154
1984 Ferrari 512 BBi owned by Chris Papamichael; for Sotheby’s RM Auctions; AZ16_r154

1984 Ferrari 512 BBi ZFFJA09B000050591
Sold for $363,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • Under 24,500 kilometers from new with 21 years of single ownership
  • A well-preserved, meticulously maintained, and highly original example
  • Recent engine-out, major service in November of 2015
  • A very desirable, late–1984 model year example
  • Retains matching-numbers engine and gearbox
Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby's
Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff ©2015 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

1995 Ferrari F512 M ZFFVG40A2S0100154
Sold for $363,000 by RM Sotheby’s

  • One of just 75 examples delivered to the United States
  • Freshly serviced; clean CARFAX report
  • Original leather-wrapped tool kit

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1992 Ferrari 512TR ZFFLG40A0N0092146
Sold for $357,500 by Barrett-Jackson

  • Only 901 miles since new. Major engine-out service completed in May 2015 at current mileage.
  • Clean one-owner CARFAX report.
  • Comes with original tools, books, keys, and car cover.

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1976 Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina 19681
Sold for $357,500 by Gooding & Company
Ferrari Classiche Certified in 2014

  • Extremely Desirable European-Market Dry Sump Example
  • One of Just 712 Total Fiberglass-Bodied 308 GTBs
  • Subject of a Major 2013-2014 Restoration at Sport Auto in Modena
  • Accompanied by Manuals, Tool Roll and Jack

Ryan Merrill Photography

2007 Ferrari F430 Spider ZFFEW59A970152545
Sold for $357,500 by RM Sotheby’s

  • Desirable six-speed transmission
  • extensive use of alligator upholstery accents on the seats, rollbar, and even the sun visors and steering wheel—a staggeringly expensive option that added $154,798
  • Factory climate control and a full audio system to xenon headlights and a free-flow exhaust
  • sticker price was an extraordinary $419,534
  • Virtually showroom new with only 420 actual miles
  • Stunning presentation with countless options, including alligator upholstery accents

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1980 Ferrari 512 BB 31641
Sold for $346,500 by Gooding & Company

    • Outstanding Color Combination and Presence
    • One of 929 Produced and One of 240 for 1980
    • From the Last Weber-Carbureted BB Series
    • Complete with Books, Manuals and Tools
    • An Outstanding Example of Ferrari’s Iconic Berlinetta Boxer

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