It’s getting closer and closer to the Mecum Monterey 2015. We’ve already told you about an amazing low-end Corvette collection that will go up for grabs. Now here is something else to look forward to and that’s Ferraris! More than 25 of the high-end Italian marque’s fine machines will be on the auction block at Mecum Auction’s annual Daytime Auction which takes place on Aug. 13-15. For all you Ferrari fans out there, here’s a peek of some beauties that will go for grabs. One of them, by the way, is a Hollywood collectors item, as it’s the original white Testarossa driven by Don Johnson on the television series “Miami Vice.”
- 1968 Ferrari 330 GTS Estimate: $3-3.5 million
– A superb silver V12 Ferrari convertible formerly owned by casino magnate and Western U.S. Ferrari distributor Bill Harrah.
- 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB ‘Short Nose’ Estimate: $2.75-3.25 million
– This lovely silver 275 GTB features a rare Carello reverse light, “Starburst” alloy wheels and a notched steering wheel.
- 1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L ‘Lusso’ Estimate: $2.25-2.75 million
– This pristine light-blue Lusso with the lovely Kamm tail treatment is a matching-numbers black-plate California car.
- 1989 Ferrari F40 Estimate: $1.2-1.5 million
– Finished in red, the F40 is perhaps the last Ferrari supercar that conveys a throwback analog experience in our modern, digital world; this example sports just 8,917 kilometers.
- 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Estimate: $1-1.2 million
– A beautiful red example of the traditional front-engined V12 Ferrari legend.
- 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Estimate: $350,000-425,000
– A lithe and stylish red sports car that serves as the namesake for Enzo Ferrari’s beloved son Alfredino.
- 2011 Ferrari 599 GTB Alonso Final Edition Estimate: $300,000-350,000
– Carrying a 611 horsepower V12, this red rocket honors former Ferrari Formula One ace Fernando Alonso.
- 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia Estimate $270,000-300,000
- – A red version of the modern exotic that has been bestowed with the title of “best car in the world” by multiple automotive magazines.
- 1986 Ferrari Testarossa Estimate Available Upon Request
– This is the original white Testarossa driven by Don Johnson on the television series “Miami Vice.”
- 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS Estimate: $275,000-325,000
– With only 1,269 kilometers on the odometer, this yellow 328 GTS is one of the lowest-mileage examples in the world.
- 2003 Ferrari 575M Estimate: $375,000-500,000
– A shimmering red example of the 575M with the Fiorano handling package and a 6-speed gated shifter.
To view the complete list of Ferraris available at Monterey or to register as a bidder, visit Mecum.com. You can catch portions of Mecum Monterey 2015 as they’re broadcast live on NBC Sports Network and you can watch it all streaming on Mecum’s website.