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  Ferrari 400 Superamerica S1 Pininfarina Aerodinamico
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1960 - 1962
Numbers built:25 (all bodies)
Designed by:Aldo Brovarone for Pininfarina
Predecessor:Ferrari 410 SuperAmerica Series III
Successor:Ferrari 400 Superamerica S2 Pininfarina Aerodinamico
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 27, 2015
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Chassis 2809SA Finished with a black exterior and ivory interior, and equipped with covered headlights, this Series I 400 Superamerica was completed in July of 1961. It was delivered to longtime Ferrari customer and future rival Count Volpi of Scuderia Serenissima. He had originally bought>>>

Chassis 2841SA Chassis 2841SA was one of the very first production Superamericas fitted with the 'Aerodinamico' body with open headlights. It was featured on the Pininfarina stand of the 1961 Paris Auto Salon. The 400 Superamerica was subsequently sold to a Swiss Count. Like so many Ferrar>>>

Chassis 2861SA Completed in September of 1961, this 400 Superamerica was displayed at that year's Paris Auto Salon. Equipped with covered headlights and covered rear wheels, it was finished in white with a blue interior. Following its show duties, it joined the impressive William Harrah co>>>

Chassis 3221SA One of seven Series I 400 Superamericas equipped with covered headlights, this chassis was bought from the factory by Hubert Charpentier through Franco-Britannic Autos. It passed through various French hands before it was acquired in 1986 by Alain Dominique Perrin, who was t>>>

Chassis 3559SA This Series I 400 Superamerica was fitted with the desirable covered headlights and finished in blu sera with a Connolly interior. Through Luigi Chinetti, it was sold to C.O. Marshall of Toledo, Ohio. Marshall showed the car at the 1968 Greenwich Ferrari Club of Ameri>>>

Chassis 3747SA The very last Series 1 400 Superamerica built, chassis 3747SA was sold new to an American customer through Luigi Chinetti. Originally painted blue, the car changed colours about as many times as it changed hands. Following a two-decade intermission in Germany, the car return>>>


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