If you live and breathe all things Ferrari, Dana Mecum and Company have something you will like. Seven of the world’s most coveted masterpieces from Maranello are going up for auction. Scuderia syndrome is characterized by the need to know what is happening in the Ferrari market. Who could have predicted the incredible values we’ve seen on their YouTube streams? If seven is your lucky number take a look at these beauties and tell us which ones will bring the big bucks. If you have Ferrari Fever, Mecum has the cure!
2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
Options mean everything when it comes to Ferrari, and that is why you won’t see anything like this again. Most F12 Berlinettas have carbon fiber in a few areas, but this car has it everywhere. It was also ordered with red calipers and a yellow tach, for a grand total of $162,626 in options. With only 1,260 miles it is ready for a worthy collection.
2012 Ferrari 458 Italia
Something about a 9,000 rpm V8 just a few inches behind you is a thrill unlike any other. The Ferrari 458 was the last naturally aspirated model, and it didn’t need turbos to offer incredible performance. As a blast from the past, someone bought this car and only drove it 566 miles. It has $102,748 in options alone, making it one of the most expensive examples sold in that model year. Magnetic suspension is light-years beyond what others had at the time, so don’t miss this fully-loaded 458 Italia.
2017 Ferrari F12tdf
What began as a grand finale for the F12 series turned into one of the best-kept secrets in the automotive world. The F12tdf was a limited run of 799 cars that pay homage to the Tour de France. Before it was a bike race, the tour was one of the great city-to-city races that was dominated by Enzo and his team. In keeping with the racing tradition, this car was ordered with Ferrari Telemetry, a $10,124 option. The complete option list racks up over $92,000, not including the signature of Sebastian Vettel!
1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
If Pontiac was liable for borrowing the GTO name, why couldn’t Ferrari name his flagship after America’s most historic track? This 1973 GTB/4 is a true survivor, with only one respray since new. It is fully documented as a US-spec car, with smog system and twin Dinoplex electronic ignition. The title shows odometer exempt in 1987, with only 15,079 miles. Today the odometer reads only 17,360 miles that have been documented since new. The suspension was restored in 2015, and the Michilen X radial tires are ready to be shown. Recently serviced, everything from the power windows to air conditioning is in perfect shape.
1967 Ferrari 330 GTC
A race-bred stallion can also have street manners, and that is why the 330 GTC was ahead of its time. The 4.0 liter V12 has power at any rpm, and sends it to a 5 speed manual at a time when many cars only offered 3 gears. Fully independent suspension and air conditioning are just the beginning of this numbers-matching machine. The owner also ordered Borrani wires, a Becker radio, and power windows to make it the ultimate cruiser. The engine was refreshed 1,000 miles ago by Motorkraft, and the body has 45,798 miles. Only 600 examples were built, so it will undoubtedly create a bidding frenzy.
2002 Ferrari 575 Maranello
If you enjoy the art of 3 pedal driving, the 575 Maranello is among the last models offered with a manual transmission. The sound of a gated shifter is unlike anything else in the world. In the hands of a capable driver, it offers a 0-60 time of 4.2 seconds and a top speed of 202 mph. For the ultimate in comfort, the factory roll bar is wrapped in leather, and the optional Daytona seats have no signs of wear. With only 17,845 miles, it is the best blend of traditional shifting with modern convenience.
2006 Ferrari F430 Spider
Convertibles have a personality all their own, and that is why the 430 Spider demands your attention. Another survivor, it was ordered with every option before being forgotten. The odometer shows only 160 miles since new, so the engine is not even broken in. This one-owner car was ordered with the VIP package, which includes detailed photos from the assembly line.
These are just a few of the wild rides from the Mecum 31st Annual Spring Classic. It runs May 15th to the 20th, so pack your bags for the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Click the link below for a complete lineup and tell us your favorite car in the comments below.