4113 SA is the third of only four open-headlight LWB Pininfarina-bodied 400 SA Aerodinamica coupes built, (s/n 4059, 4109, 4113 and 4651) and one of only eighteen Long Wheel Base (2600 mm) 400 Superamerica Aerodinamica coupes built in total. Matching numbers and ready for the Classiche inspection. Comes with detailed service records going back twenty-five years and a recent Patrick Ottis pre-purchase inspection. The perfect coach-built Ferrari to drive and enjoy as is or restore to its original very elegant dark-silver with black color combination and unquestionably the right car for Cavallino or the lawn at Pebble Beach.
1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series II Coupe Serial Number 4113 SA
Through the 1950s and into the 1960s Ferrari had a long tradition of building a limited-production, top-of-the-line custom bodied and very powerful luxurious grand touring car, from the 375 America to the 410 SA and then the 400 SA. From 1959 to 1964 Ferrari built only twenty-five "Series I" 400 SA SWB, and twenty-two "Series II" 400 SA LWB, coupes, cabriolets and speciales in total. Priced at double the cost of a new Rolls Royce, the 400 SA was the most exotic and the highest-performance car of its time.
Reserved for Ferrari's ultra-wealthy clients, 400 SAs were built for industrialists such as Gianni Agnelli (s/n 1517 SA), or Michel Paul Cavallier (s/n 2257 and 2311), tycoons of the era such as Bill Harrah (s/n 2861) or nobility, such as Count Giovanni Volpi (s/n 2809) and Count Graf Somsky (s/n 2841). Thanks to its Tipo 163 Columbo-based 3976 cc V-12 engine with a factory-rated 340 hp, and backed up with a 4-speed with overdrive, the 400 SA was good for a top speed of 160 mph, the fastest road car of its day!
400 SA s/n 4113 SA was delivered new in Italver 20265A (silver-gray) with Connolly VM 8500 Nero (black leather) and would be extremely elegant when restored in this color combination. 400 SA s/n 4113 SA has a well-documented ownership chain, starting with Farinac Fassi, of Carazza, Italy and later with Richard Mazer, a San Francisco-based lawyer from 1982 to 2011, so twenty-nine years. Rarely used and never shown, 400 SA s/n 4113 SA is well-sorted, has a wonderful Patina and is amazingly original, shows well, runs well and drives well. Matching numbers, of course, and ready for the Classiche inspection. Comes with detailed service records going back twenty-five years and comes with a recent Patrick Ottis pre-purchase inspection. Copies on file, please ask for PDFs. The perfect coach-built Ferrari to drive and enjoy as is or restore to its original very elegant dark-silver with black color combination and unquestionably the right car for Cavallino or the lawn at Pebble Beach.
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