- RM Sotheby’s upcoming Munich sale boasts a great selection of Ferraris from across the decades
- Star lots include a special low-mileage 1991 Ferrari F40, a Classiche-certified 1973 Ferrari Daytona, and an effortlessly beautiful 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé Series I by Pinin Farina
- Further information can be found at rmsothebys.com
MUNICH, GERMANY – November 15, 2022 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – RM Sotheby’s inaugural Munich sale is just around the corner, and it features an incredible selection of Ferraris through the ages. The Munich auction takes place in the city’s outstanding automotive enthusiast hub, Motorworld, on 26 November.
Great F40s are always in demand and the 1991 Ferrari F40 offered in Munich will hold immense appeal to collectors. A Swiss-registered example with just 9,400 kilometres on the clock at the time of cataloguing, the car is accompanied by a history report by marque expert Marcel Massini. This European-market car boasts matching-numbers body, chassis, engine, and gearbox—and benefits from over CHF 115,000-worth of expenditure with a Ferrari-specialist workshop in Switzerland over 2020 and 2021 (Estimate: €2,300,000 – €2,600,000). Another blue-chip collector car is the 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti. Presented in the stunning shade of Rosso Chiaro and accompanied by the owner’s manual and tool roll, this is a highly coveted example of Ferrari’s acclaimed continental GT car. Boasting Ferrari Classiche “Red Book” certification, this fine example is estimated at €550,000 – €650,000.
There are two exceptional 250 GTEs on offer, a beautiful and practical model that is increasingly in demand. The first of the pair is a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II by Pininfarina finished in beautiful, factory-correct Grigio Notte over a Pelle Rossa interior, and accompanied by its Classiche certification, which was secured in 2012 (Estimate: €350,000 – €450,000). The second is a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series III by Pininfarina, which has stayed with its current owner since 2008 and is ready for its next adventure (Estimate: €200,000 – €240,000).
For many, the 1950s was Ferrari’s golden era, and the 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé Series I by Pinin Farina offered in Munich is an elegant example of the breed. Presented in a beautiful two-tone colour combination of Grigio Argento with a Grigio Fumo roof, this fully Classiche-certified example was first owned by Swiss racing…