Irresistible to any serious Ferrari collector; promising thrilling performance and future exhibition acclaim, the 17th of the 72 aluminum-bodied Competizione-specification SWB examples, known as one of the marque’s most prized berlinettas, is now being offered by RM Auctions at its Arizona sale. The 1960
As a Competizione car, it features alloy coachwork and a race-tuned Colombo V-12, and has notably enjoyed periods of attention from some of the Ferrari niche’s most respected historians and craftsmen.
However, the estimate price of this example is not yet disclosed by the auctioneer.
1968 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Coupe Chassis No. 11853
Price: $110,000 - $130,000 (Without Reserve)
Known to be the largest and most luxurious 4-wheel Ferrari model to date, this car designed and constructed by Pininfarina was notably the Modenes company’s first 2+2 with a self-leveling independent rear suspension. It also comes with matching-numbers example with factory air-conditioning and its original Borrani chrome wire wheels.
1963 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe
Price: $10,000 - $120,000 (Without Reserve)
Beautifully restored with subtle modifications for modern reliability, this car is a99.9-point Best in Class winner at the 2004 San Diego JCNA Concours.
1969 Ferrari 365 GTC
Price: $500,000 - $600,000
With single ownership for 30 years, this Ferrari Classiche certified example with matching-numbers engine is one of the beautifully restored examples of Ferrari’s premier late-60s grand tourer. It’s one of the just 168 examples ever built.