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1964 Ferrari 400 Superamerica

This unique 1964 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico Series II LWB, chassis #5139SA, is a true automotive legend. Its the last of just 18 Long Wheelbase (LWB) models ever produced, and one of only 14 equipped with covered headlights. This exceptional car, with its unique history, stands as a testament to Ferraris dedication to both luxury and performance.

Originally finished in a gorgeous Grigio Argento over Nero VM 8500 Connolly with red carpets, this Superamerica was born in 1964 and over the years has changed hands a few times, eventually finding its way to California. Now, after meticulous care and an update at Auto Toni in Maranello, including a fresh Rosso Cina repaint, this Superamerica is ready for its next chapter. It retains its original engine and gearbox, fully matching numbers, and boasts a rich documented history, including restoration photos and invoices. This is a piece of automotive history with a captivating story, waiting for a new enthusiast to appreciate its unique charm.

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