The rarest—and likely most valuable—of the 10 Ferraris that RM will be offering at its two-day auction beginning this evening in Scottsdale, Arizona is a 1957 410 Superamerica Coupe by Scaglietti. It’s a one of a kind example that the factory built for favored Ferrari client Dottore Enrico Wax. After a two-year restoration, the car won Best in Class at the 1990 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Distinguished by its delicate and highly unusual little fins, the Superamerica is expected to sell for $1.75m-$2.25m.
Among the other high-valued Ferraris that will be offered in Scottsdale are a 1963 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta (est.$900,000-$1.1m), and a 1952 342 America Coupe Speciale by Pinin Farina (est. $800,000-$1.1m). A variety of pre-war America examples are also featured in the sale, including a Lincoln Model K Double Windshield Phaeton (est. $300,000-$450,000).