Ferrari’s plans for this year’s Pebble Beach Concours is dominated by U.S. debut of the new F12 Berlinetta. But every Concours d’Elegance event must have a couple of legendary classic Ferraris on display, or it’ll be incomplete. It’s actually better than that this year, because in cooperation with Gooding & Co Ferrari is going to auction off some truly amazing cars.
Expected to fetch 10 million dollars or more, the lineup includes a 1973 365 Daytona Spider certified by Ferrari Classiche and models such as the 1960 250 California Spider Competizione passo lungo and the 1955 857 Sport, once owned by the artist Andy Warhol. The California is bite the back of your hand beautiful, but we are blown away by that black Daytona Spider. It looks unbelievably cool.
Other highlight of the show for Ferrari is the handover of the first Tailor Made car in the USA. Personalized by British golfer Ian Poulter using the endless options Ferrari offers in its bespoke program, this unique Ferrari FF features a triple-layer “Sabbia” colour, while the interior is made of black Poltrona Frau leather with tartan pattern, the characteristic of Poulter’s next clothing line collection.