The Ferrari 500 Superfast was designed to be as exclusive as it was fast, and with only 36 made over two years, it remains one of the rarest Ferraris built. A five-liter V12, gorgeous fastback bodywork by Pininfarina, and a luxurious interior swathed in leather, the 500 Superfast was made to cross the European continent in high style and outshone even its exclusive clientele. This 1964 500 Superfast was delivered new to industrialist Lord Hanson. Lord Hanson kept the car at Pininfarina's facilities in Italy until 1972 when it was imported to England, where it remained until being sold upon his death in 2000 showing just over 12,000 miles. The car has changed hands several times since then but remains notable for still have its original engine and avoiding the fate of so many classic Ferraris — it has never been painted red.