Next week, RM Sotheby's will host a sale on Miami Beach. Among the most interesting consignments are supercars from Bugatti and Ferrari. The auction will be headlined by this Ferrari F50. It was originally delivered to Singapore and has only had two owners from new. Ferrari Classiche 'red book' certified, chassis 103274 has covered only 625 miles and has a pre-sale estimate of $5.5 - $6 million. Another Ferrari supercar due to cross the block is this Enzo. This three-owner example has been used more extensively and has been shown regularly at events. Recently certified as well, 133916 should sell for well over $3 million.
Among the supercars quickly gaining value are Bugatti EB 110s and RM Sotheby's have consigned a great EB 110 GT. It was originally sold to Germany and was subsequently added to a Danish collection. It was displayed in a private museum for several years alongside a Bugatti Type 46 and a Veyron. Fully refurbished, the silver EB 110 GT should sell for $1.6 - $1.9 million. For enthusiasts of more contemporary supercars, RM has this Chiron Sport. Delivered new at the start of 2020, it was regularly shown at a variety of events including the New York Auto Show. Offered by its second owner, the Chiron Sport has a $3 - $3.5 million estimate.

Enjoy the links:

2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport (VF9SP3V35KM795174)

1994 Bugatti EB 110 GT (ZA9AB01E0RCD39092)

2003 Ferrari Enzo (133916)

1995 Ferrari F50 (103274)