A large private collection of Ferrari cars old and new is coming up for auction in Scottsdale, Arizona next month. Owned by renowned Ferrari collector Tony Shooshani, the cars are estimated to have a total value of anywhere from $10.3 million US to 13.5 million USD.
Included in the list of Ferraris to be auctioned off are three limited-edition supercars: an Enzo, an F50 and an F40, each of which is expected to fetch well over $1 million USD. Also available will be some classic 1960s-era production cars from the famed Italian carmaker, including a250 GT Lusso and a 250 GT Series II Cabriolet.
Tony Shooshani is not divesting himself of his complete collection; among the beloved Ferraris he will be holding on to, a Pininfarina Sergio roadster, of which only six were ever made. Nor has there been any indication he plans to sell off his Arabian thoroughbred, Enzo.