Time doesn't wait when rare Ferraris change hands. So even with the economy still rebounding, million-dollar prancing horses are still set to change hands and command seven-figure prices at RM Auctions' upcoming event on Amelia Island. Still a few months away, the March auction is set to feature two rare and highly valued Ferrari classics.
First up is a rare Daytona Spyder. Often imitated, only 121 examples of the Daytona Spyder were produced, and of them only 22 in yellow. This particular example had only three owners, including one Edsel Ford II, great-grandson of Henry Ford. It's expected to fetch over $1 million at auction.
It'll be followed by a rare alloy-bodied, four-cam 275 GTB/4, pictured above. Commissioned by Ferrari's official importer Luigi Chinetti, this unique copper example was shown at the 1967 New York Auto Show, and is estimated at $1.35-1.75 million.