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1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Serial Number 0713 SA

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Lead photograph of 1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Serial Number 0713 SA

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   410 Superamerica
Year   1957 Serial #   0713 SA
Engine #   0713 SA - 21 GA VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 126 Chassis Type   Tipo 514
Build Sequence #    Number Built   1st of 5 Series II
Body Type   Coupe Body Builder   Pinin Farina
First Owner   Wolfe Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

1957 410 SA Superamerica Pinin Farina coupe. Pinin Farina job #15781. New in “amaranto Roma” Max Meyer 16132 (Burgundy) with a two tone parchment and burgundy interior. Very luxurious. Built in chronograph, compass, fire extinguisher, Blaupunkt radio. The radio has a reverberation unit. Halda trip computer. Rear window wiper. This car was the Chicago show car, 1957. Wolfe (the original owner) owned and drove Mercedes, so this car was ordered with many German parts such as the Mercedes 300 SL steering dampener, exterior mirrors, and interior mirror. Has rubber faced bumper guards. Has many detail modifications, all well detailed from the original order sheets.

History

S/n 0713 SA. 410 SA. Pinin Farina coupe. Pinin Farina job #15781. “amaranto Roma” Max Meyer 16132 (Burgundy) with a two tone parchment and burgundy interior to Richard Wolfe, USA. Wolfe was a very wealthy 20 year old from Columbus Ohio who ordered the car new and custom built for him. Very luxurious. Built in chronograph, compass, fire extinguisher, Blaupunkt radio. The radio has a reverberation unit! Halda trip computer. Rear window wipers.

Wolfe owned and drove Mercedes, so this car was ordered with many German parts such as a 300 SL steering dampener, exterior and interior mirrors are also 300 SL. Has rubber faced bumper guards. Has many detail modifications, all well detailed from the original order sheets. Delivered with fitted luggage, now long gone.

New to Richard Wolfe, Columbus, Ohio.

1957, Chicago show car.

1957, with Richard Wolfe in the pits at Sebring.

Later to Peter Fountain, New Orleans, LA.

To Del Lee, Detroit.

To Someone in Washington or Oregon.

To Kirk White.

To Bruce Lavachek.

To George Wright, Birmingham AL. The car dropped a valve about 1969 and sat, not running, for the next 20 years.

To Tom Churchill.

1979-80, Ferrari Owner's Club Roster, listed by Tom D. Churchill, Yellow Springs, OH. Plates ANH 929.

1980, FOC Roster, listed by Tom Churchill.

1982-1983, listed in the Ferrari Owner's Club Roster, owned by Thomas Debs Churchill, Yellow Springs, Ohio.

1989, sold to Paul Hackman, OH. needing “the big restoration” for $400,000.

1996, October, advertised in Hemmings, trade for supercharged Mercedes.

1998, 20, Feb., sold by Mike Sheehan to Symbolic Motors.

1998, 15 Aug., listed for sale in FML by Symbolic Motors. Burgundy with Burgundy interior. Matching numbers. Completely original and unrestored. Quarter page ad.

1998, 24 Aug., listed as part of current classic inventory at Symbolic Motor Car Company, described as Series II Pinin Farina Coupe, Burg/Burg,

1998, 29 Aug., listed for sale in FML by Symbolic Motors. Burgundy with Burgundy interior. Matching numbers. Completely original and unrestored. Quarter page ad.

1998, 22 Oct., listed as part of current classic inventory at Symbolic Motor Car Company, described as Series II Pinin Farina Coupe, Burg/Burg,

1998, September, sold to current owner, in need of major restoration.

1999-2001, restored by Bill Pound, well known for his Pebble Beach quality restorations. Final restoration cost approximately $300,000.

2002, 23–25 May, FCA Meet in LA—Gold Class 8.

2002, 18 Aug., Pebble Beach—3rd in GT Class.

2004, September, on consignment and offered for sale by Mike Sheehan's www.Ferraris-online.com

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.