[Photo] Ferrari classic series to be put up for auction at Pebble Beach

Updated Apr 05, 2021 | Same topic: Highlights of the Week

Prepare millions of dollars and go to Pebble Beach now!

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance is known as a familiar place for car fanatics each year. In this year’s car event, the Prancing House brand will bring in several classic models to come up for auction. RM Sotheby’s alone has no fewer than 13 units priced up to millions dollars, one of them is said to approach eight figures.

The 250 GT SWB Berlinetta manufactured in 1961 in Ferrari Performance Collection, which won a Platinum Award at 2016 Cavallino Classic, is expected to be the “vedette” of Pebble with a price tag from $8.5 and 10 million. Besides, car lovers will also have chance to admire the $3 million 1967 275 GTB/4 as well as $1.4 million ‘91 F40 in the same collection.

angular front of the 250 GT SWB Berlinetta

The 250 GT SWB Berlinetta manufactured in 1961 is expected to be the “vedette” of Pebble 

Notably, we must mention '55 121 LM Spider in French Racing Blue. This is a very rare horse featuring a flaming red cockpit and will set you back up to $7 million.

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Other striking rides include a dark green 410 Superamerica and a one-off ’50 Uovo (both are valued at $6 million), a 500 Mondial Spider ($4.75 million), a matte black LaFerrari ($3.5 million), a silver alloy-bodied 275 GTB/6C ($3.15 million), a 365 GTS ($3 million), a bi-tone green and cream 342 America ($2.6m), a burgundy 250 Europa ($2.4m) and the cheapest Daytona Spider ($1.8m).

'55 121 LM Spider

'55 121 LM Spider is a very rare horse featuring a flaming red cockpit 

Remember that these are just estimated prices as the reserve pricing for all models haven’t published yet, except for the F40.

If you can’t afford those seven-figure models, you can opt for other 16 six-figure Ferraris or consider more options from Gooding & Company, Bonhams, and Mecum.

Admire more images of those classic Ferraris and try not to drool too much:

Daytona Spider angular front

Daytona Spider 

angular front of the LaFerrari


angular front of the 1967 275 GTB/4

1967 275 GTB/4

side view of the 500 Mondial Spider

500 Mondial Spider 

side view of the 410 Superamerica

410 Superamerica 

365 GTS outdoor

365 GTS 

342 America side view

342 America 

275 GTB/6C angular front

275 GTB/6C 

250 Europa side view

250 Europa 

’50 Uovo angular rear

’50 Uovo 

‘91 F40 angular front

‘91 F40 

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