MonacoCarAuctions presents a Ferrari-themed sale

MonacoCarAuctions presents a Ferrari-themed sale
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  • Collection of automobilia includes a Schumacher-used scooter and a kart autographed by Charles Leclerc
  • For Middle East buyers, the auction house is offering remote bidding services, as well as seamless tax management and shipping for successful bidders.

June 06, 2024: MonacoCarAuctions, the only auction house specialising in automobiles worldwide is presenting more than 60 consignments connected to the iconic Ferrari marque ahead of its upcoming L’AstaRossa™ sale on 8th June.

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With the burgeoning demand for luxury cars worldwide, particularly in the Middle East, MonacoCarAuctions now provides a comprehensive concierge service to all buyers in the region, supporting prospective clients with travel and hotel arrangements for the event in Monaco. The auction house will also offer remote bidding services, as well as seamless tax management and shipping for successful bidders.

MonacoCarAuctions marks another milestone in their esteemed auction-hosting legacy by overseeing the sale of the celebrated Ferrari Enzo for the second time in several years. The automobile is one among the 400 Enzos ever built, and features a Rossa Corsa finish with Nero interior, having clocked in a little over 7,700 km. A 2010 Ferrari 599 GTO is yet another rare special edition collectible heading to the auction. Featuring the signature Rossa Corsa finish and Grigio Silverstone elements, the automobile is brought to market by its original owner and sports a carbon fibre engine cover signed by the car’s manufacturing team.  

For those seeking a classic drop-top, MonacoCarAuctions presents a stunning 1965 Ferrari Classiche-certified 275 GTS. The car featuring a Blu Chiaro finish over matching Pelle Blu interior is the 29th piece ever built and boasts exceptionally low mileage, with only 3,150 km recorded on the odometer. Restored by Carrozzeria Quality Cars and GPS Classic in 2008, the car has appeared at numerous world-renowned Concours and comes with a ‘history file’.  

Capturing the magic of one of Ferrari’s most iconic models, the sale will host a sensational 1959 Ferrari 250 GT California Inspiration. The vehicle was engineered to the highest standard by Turin-based Mabert s.r.l, enhancing an already revered Ferrari 250 GT. Original models of the Ferrari 250 GT California are among the most expensive cars ever sold at auctions, making it a highly lucrative buy for discerning collectors.  

In addition, the L’AstaRossa™ sale will showcase a comprehensive collection of Ferrari Testarossas for bidders favouring the Cavallino’s quintessential 1980s pin-up, chronicling the history of the generation-defining supercar in celebration of its 40th anniversary. These include an early 1985 Testarossa ‘Monospecchio’, a 1987 Giallo Fly model, and potentially a Viola Hong Kong 512 TR and a 1995 512M.  

Prospective buyers eager to enhance their collection with Ferrari-themed automobilia will find a wide array of offerings available at the auction, including a scooter used by seven-time Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher, and a helmet signed by the driver. Paying homage to his landmark debut win at this year’s Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, MonacoCarAuctions will also feature a series of lots that retrace the Monegasque driver’s journey to date. This includes an autographed kart used by the driver in an advertisement for Scuderia Ferrari sponsor, Ray-Ban.