Ferrari has a long collaboration with Pininfarina, and over the years have made some impressive models and collector specimens, and one of them is this 550 Barchetta. It was unveiled in 2000 at the Paris Motor Show and is made in honor of the legendary models 166 MM, 250 California and 365 GTS4 Daytona. This supercar is made in 444 copies, but due to the superstition that prevails in Japan, which is associated with this number, later were made another 4 copies.
This specimen we are talking about is number 379, which has left the factory in 2001 and was shipped to Ferrari in Central Florida the same year. It was sold to Scott Rossen. The open-top supercar remained in Florida until 2011, when it was purchased by a Canadian collector, who gave it a major service early this year.
Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is now back in America, and despite being 15 years old, its odometer indicates just 1,876 miles (3,018 km). Canepa is responsible for selling it, who doesn’t mention a price that is required, so you have to wait for the start of the auction.