A collection of rare Ferrari exotics is heading to auction late next month in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Gooding & Company has announced that the collection of Ferraris owned by Beverly Hills collector Tony Shooshani will be crossing the block on January 29 and 30, 2016 and includes eight vehicles that are expecting to fetch between $11.6 to $13.5 million collectively.
Headlining the collection is a 1995 Ferrari F50 that is estimated to sell for $2.5 to $2.9 million. The F50 is Ferrari Classiche-certified and sports chassis 99999, the latest Ferrari to ever utilize a five-digit chassis number. The low-mileage Ferrari F50 has 1,100 miles on the odometer and is just one of 349 F50s in existence.
There’s also a 2003 Ferrari Enzo that will be part of the collection heading to auction, estimated to fetch $2.4 to $2.8 million. Sporting 2,600 miles, this Enzo is signed by former head designer at Pininfarina, Ken Okuyama and is chassis 132049.
Other highlights include a 1990 F40, 1960 250 GT Series II Cabriolet, 1964 250 GT Lusso, 1969 Dino 206 GT, 1984 512 BBi and 1988 328 GTS.
“We are honored to have a part of one of the most esteemed Ferrari collections in North America from such an astute and refined collector,” states David Gooding, President of Gooding & Company. “These three supercars within the Shooshani Collection perfectly illustrate the evolution of Ferrari’s engineering and lineage, with all eight Ferraris possessing a noteworthy individual history.”
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