10. 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia “Army”
Created by Ferrari’s Tailor Made department for Lapo Elkann is this unique 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia Army. The auction house says it’s “undoubtedly” the most famous 458 Italia featuring a one-off camouflage paint scheme. It was acquired by its second and current owner in 2016 when it sold for €1 million ($1.18 million USD) at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala dinner auction during the Cannes Film Festival. It will be auctioned without reserve and is expected to fetch between €250,000 to €350,000 ($295,107 USD to $413,150 USD).
9. 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II by Pininfarina
As only the 13th Cabriolet Series II ever produced, this 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II by Pininfarina was delivered to Umberto Agnelli, the younger brother of Fiat chairman Gianni Agnelli, the wealthiest man in modern Italy. Special features on the car include 250 GTE-style “frenched” headlamps and a special 400 Superamerica Cabriolet-style interior with bespoke upholstery and a unique dashboard configuration. In 1996, the car was acquired by Paul Barber of England who had it carefully restored to original specifications. The current owner purchased it in 1998 and it has been properly stored in his extensive private collection since. RM Sotheby’s expects it to fetch between €1.35 million to €1.65 million ($1.59 million to $1.95 million).