1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica
Coupe12-cyl. 4963cc/340hp 3 Weber Carbs
Sold January 18, 2014
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Hagerty expert commentary
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Chrome spoke Borrani wire wheels, Excelsior blackwall tires, Marchal head and fog lights, Talbot outside mirrors, leather upholstery.
Sound paint with some checking, good chrome and interior. The painter overlooked the windshield posts when wet sanding, and who knows what else? Seats are later, but the preserved originals come with the car. Owned many years by gunsmith Stan Baker. Chassis is oily from use, engine compartment is orderly and clean but aged. Never restored, just carefully maintained from the late '60s to the present by Baker and Ken McBride. A driver quality Ferrari that's been driven.
A choice Ferrari, not only because of its originality and continuous history of caring owners with the determination and resources to keep up with its needs but also because it's one of just 16 SI 410 Superamericas. It is impossible to argue with this result, even a bit over the generous Gooding & Co. estimate.
Hagerty Condition Rating#3 GoodRuns and drives well. Flaws not noticeable to passersby. Most common condition.
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Gooding & Company
Event dateJan 17 - Jan 18, 2014
LocationScottsdale, AZ; US
AuctionGooding & Company