The basic Ferrari is pricey and this 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Sequence I Cabriolet isn’t any exception.
Gooding & Firm will public sale this uncommon instance throughout the Monterey Automobile Week. After I say uncommon, solely 40 of the 250 GT Sequence I Cabriolet have been constructed. Of those, solely four vehicles have been adorned by Pininfarina, which makes them extremely popular.
Given its rarity, this 250 GT Sequence I convertible ought to earn between 7 and eight million .
The automobile is completed in gloss black and adorned with chrome. The inside is completed in a shade of inexperienced. The seats are coated with inexperienced leather-based, whereas the ground mats have the identical shade.
The automobile belonged to the Italian aristocrat Prince Alessandro Ruspoli. He was one in all Ferrari's VIP prospects on the time. So, no surprise he was supplied this uncommon machine. The automobile swapped palms a number of instances within the 1970s and 80s. It was imported to the USA and underwent a restoration. He has gained many reward in varied competitions in the USA.
Supply: Gooding & Firm