Here’s your reminder that the price of a good vintage Ferrari is absolutely staggering – the 1957 335S that just sold at an Artcurial auction in Paris for $34.9 million isn’t even close to a record when it comes to Prancing Horses crossing the block. While this 335S still represents a hell of a lot of money, we’re actually wondering why it didn’t do better.
For one, this car, chassis number 0674, has the all-important racing provenance collectors crave. It’s been raced by legends Mike Hawthorne and Sir Stirling Moss. In its first year of competition, Wolfgang von Trips took it to second place at the Mille Miglia, while Peter Collins and Maurice Trintigant drove it to sixth at the 12 Hours of Sebring. It even recorded the fastest lap at the 24 Hours of Le Mans (although it retired with engine problems just 56 laps into the race). So yes, consider the provenance box checked.
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