Cars We Sold
1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Serial Number 0713 SA
We are pleased to offer 1957 Ferrari 410 SA “Superamerica” SWB s/n 0713 SA. This 410 SA was ordered new from Luigi Chinetti Motors by Richard Wolfe, a very wealthy 20 year old from Columbus Ohio who ordered the car custom built by Ferrari and Pinin Farina to his standards. 410 SA was built to be both very fast and very luxurious and featured many unique features, all of which are still with the car and in perfect working condition. 410 SA SWB s/n 0713 SA features a built–in chronograph, compass, fire extinguisher, Blaupunkt radio with a reverberation unit, a Halda trip computer and dual rear window wipers. Wolfe owned and drove Mercedes, so this car was ordered with many German parts such as a 300 SL steering dampener and 300 SL exterior and interior mirrors and rubber faced bumper guards.
410 SA s/n 0713 was also the 1957 Chicago show car and was a feature car on display by Wolfe at the Sebring 12 hour race, 1957.
410 SA SWB s/n 0713 SA is the first of only five Series II 410 Superamericas built, all with the SWB 2600mm chassis, and has been restored to true Pebble Beach standards, finishing 3rd in class at Pebble Beach in August 2002 scoring 98.5 points. 410 SA s/n 0713 SA comes with all documentation including the original diagrammed order form from Richard Wolfe, the build sheets, full tools and hundreds of pages of work orders and sublet work documenting the $300,000 plus restoration. 410 SA s/n 0713 is fully sorted and runs and drives as new. With its 4.9 litre Lampredi V–12 it has massive torque and is a joy to drive. When tested new in 1957 the 410 SAs would rip through the 1/4 mile at 13.9 seconds, a very quick time for a car geared to run all day at 150 mph.
Priced right in today’s market at $895,000 o.b.o.