Ferrari 400 Superamerica LWB Coupe Aerodynamico
Ferrari wasn't initially sold on the idea of bringing aerodynamics into car design but the rest of the world is glad that they did. This hugely rare 400 Superamerica LWB Coupé Aerodynamico has to be one of the most striking GT cars of the early 60s, so much so it looks very ahead of its time.
The body looks more as though it's been draped over the car rather than hammered into shape- while it's not one of Pininfarina's most famous designs it's hard to deny that from certain angles it is one of the nicest. A SWB version of the car sold at Gooding & Co last month for more than $4 million, though that price largely comes down to the fact it was the rarer variant.
There's been no estimate given by RM about how much the Ferrari 400 will sell for, but one in this condition will bring in a high price regardless.
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