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Two Ferrari Spyders in Historics 6th June Auction

Published 02 June 2015

Two Ferrari Spyders 35 years and £414,000 apart feature in Historics 6th June Brooklands auction, just in time for next week's heatwave.

The LHD 56,000 mile 1980 308GTSi in 'Giallo Fly' Ferrari yellow is expected to make £36,000 to £42,000, perhaps more on a seriously sunny day. It had been in a private collection and was taken off the road in 2006 before being re-commissioned in 2013 by top UK Ferrari specialist, QV London based in Windsor. It has recently had a cambelt service and comes with V5C registration document, MoT test certificate which expires in May 2016 and a small file containing old MoT test certificates and copies of invoices from 2013 and the recent service. 

Ferrari 458 Aperta 2015 F34 Historics

The other Ferrari, a 2015 458 Speciale Aperta, reprensents the pinnacle of 458s with a 0-60 in under 3 seconds. Also in Ferrari yellow, but with a unique triple-layer livery with centred stripes in Blu Nart and Bianco Avus. Cockpit, dashboard and moulded door panels in an exclusive blue carbon fibre continue the look inside the car. Redesigned seats in Alcantara with contrasting stitching complement the appearance of the Aperta production of which was limited to just 499. With just 400 kilometres on the odometer, this rare and unrepeatable Ferrari (now that 458 production has ended) is estimated at £450,000 to £550,000.

Full online catalogue and more information about Historics biggest auction ever, with an extra day of viewing on Thursday 4th June, at: Historics

Special seminars on buying and selling high value classics at auction on Friday 5th June, free to visitors buying catalogues at the gate.

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