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1955 Ferrari 410 S Berlinetta


Broad Ferrari histories often give short shrift to some of the marque’s most fascinating early sports racers, many of which occupy truly unique cross-sections of Maranello design and competition history.
Such is the case with the 410 Sport Berlinetta, of which only four examples were built in 1955, with the specific intent of winning the notorious Carrera Panamericana road race.

The Ferrari 410 Superamerica was biggest, baddest Ferrari you could buy between 1955 and 1959. The car was an evolution of the America line, that included its predecessor 375 America and the 340 before it.
The 410 was designed to compete in the Carrera Panamericana road race, but never actually did. Of the 35 410 Superamericas built, only two were factory prepped race cars. This is not one of those, although it did partake in some hillclimbing in the 1960s and the 2002 Mille Miglia.

This magnificent ivory Ferrari 410 S Berlinetta sold back in 2012 for $7,500,000.

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