Ferraris come up for auction all the time, but in Scottsdale next month Gooding & Company will be auctioning off an entire collection of Maranello’s finest projected to fetch around $12 million.
The collection belongs to one Tony Shooshani, described as “a widely published and renowned Ferrari collector.” He’s the proprietor of a 599XX Evo, a LaFerrari, and one of only six Pininfarina Sergio roadsters made. They’ll remain in his collection, along with his prized 288 GTO and his thoroughbred Arabian stallion named Enzo. But he’s liquidating some other notables from his garage, giving other collectors a chance to bring them home instead.
This includes a trio of supercars. There’s an Enzo tipped to fetch between $2.4 and 2.8 million, an F50 ($2.5-2.9m), and anF40 ($1.3-1.6m). The more classically inclined may be more enticed by the 1960s-era 250 GT Lusso ($2.2-2.5m), 250 GT Series II Cabriolet ($2-2.3m), and Dino 206 GT ($700-800k), and there’s a pair of 80s models as well in a 512 BBi ($400-475k) and 328 GTS ($125-150k).
The Berlinetta Boxer was Ferrari’s first mid-engined twelve-cylinder supercar, and the 512 BBi was the ultimate incarnation thereof. It was never officially sold in the United States, but some still made it over here. This particular example was once owned by racing legend AJ Foyt.
Those pre-sale estimates place the value of the collection altogether at $10.3 million on the low side, and as high as $13.5 million. That’s a whole lot of cash, but there’s a whole lot of machinery here – in both quantity and quality. So if you’ve had a good six or seven figures burning a hole in your proverbial pocket and have been looking for the right place to invest it, this could be your chance.