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The Ferrari 500 Superfast was the marque’s flagship tourer. It took its cues from the 400 and 410 Super America series, featuring a large V12 and plenty of cabin space. The 500 Superfast cost twice as much as the 275 GTB and Pininfarina produced only two cars per month. It was not until the early ’70s that it received its first major restoration. Although its original engine was lost, its interior was retained as pristine as possible.
While the Ferrari 500 Superfast is an excellent example of its era, the most difficult car to sell is the convertible. The car is rarely driven on a regular basis, and it will require extreme care to ensure a smooth ride. Its price may also be affected by its rarity. Only three owners have ever owned this car. The first one was Lord James Edward Hanson of Yorkshire, who ordered the car in 1964. The industrialist was a friend of Sergio Pininfarina, and was looking for a 400 Superamerica. Nevertheless, the 500 Superfast was still available, and the British industrialist decided to go with this car instead.
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