Eight amazing Ferraris collectively worth around $12 million will be sold at the Gooding & Company auctions in Scottsdale on January 29 and 30 next year. What makes this Ferrari collection most impressive is that they’re all owned by one person, Tony Shooshani.
Shooshani is one of the world’s most noted Ferrari collectors and beyond all the incredible Ferrari road cars he owns, he also has a Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione in his collection which he races during the firm’s Corse Cliente program. What’s more, he also owns a bespoke LaFerrari and one of just six Ferrari Sergios ever produced.
Tipped to be the most expensive Ferrari from Shooshani’s collection at the auction will be his 1995 F50 with pre-auction estimates putting its sales price between $2.5-$2.9 million. It is Ferrari Classiche-certified and chassis 99999, the last Ferrari to have a five-digit chassis number. Making it all the more exceptional is the fact that it only has only driven 1100 miles.
Following on from the F50, Shooshani’s 2003 Enzo could fetch as much as $2.8 million. It has been signed by Ken Okuyama, the former head designer at Pininfarina and is also Ferrari Classiche certified. The third Ferrari hypercar being sold is a 1990 F40, one of just 213 examples delivered in the United States. It should sell for between $1.3-$1.6 million.
Two other particularly impressive models being sold are a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet and a 1964 250 GT Lusso. The first of those is painted in Blu Scuro, is chassis 1939 GT and could sell for $2.3 million. Meanwhile the 250 GT Lusso is chassis 5537 GT and if all goes well, will change hands for $2.2-2.5 million.
The final three models being sold are a 1969 Ferrari Dino 206 GT, a 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi and a 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS.