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  Ferrari 400 Superamerica S1 Pininfarina Cabriolet
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1960 - 1962
Numbers built:6 (Cabriolet)
Introduced at:1960 Brussels Motor Show
Designed by:Pininfarina
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 20, 2015
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Chassis 1611SA This was the 400 Superamerica Pininfarina Cabriolet shown at the 1960 Brussels Salon where the new Grand Tourer was officially introduced. Chassis 1611SA would be the first of a total of six Cabriolets built by Pininfarina on the short chassis. It was shown later in the year>>>

Chassis 1945SA The third of six Cabriolets built on the short wheelbase 400 Superamerica chassis, this example was finished in an unusual green (Verde Bottiglia) with a red (Rosso) leather interior. The first owner was a German industrialist, who lived in Switzerland and soon after moved t>>>

Chassis 2331SA This 400 Superamerica was finished by Pininfarina with a Cabriolet body for Fortunato Gosce of Milan, Italy. Before he took delivery, the car was displayed on the Pininfarina stand of the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. It was subsequently shown at various concours before being sold>>>

Chassis 2407SA This was the fifth 400 Superamerica Pinin Farina Cabriolet built, which was delivered new with open headlights and a hard-top. Its first owner was an Italian gentleman. By the mid-1960s it had crossed the Atlantic. Although exchanging hands several times, it remained in Amer>>>

Chassis 3309SA Chassis 3309SA was the final of six Pinin Farina Cabriolets built on the Series 1 400 Superamerica. It was first shown at the New York Auto Show in April of 1962. Through Ferrari's American importer, Luigi Chinetti, it was sold to J. Stallings in Arizona. After changing hand>>>


  Article Image gallery (52) Chassis (5) Specifications