Unveiled in 1964, the Ferrari 500 Superfast was the top road car in the Italian company's lineup and aimed squarely at their most favored customers. A five-liter, 395 horsepower version of the Colombo V12 powered the cars, and the name was no exaggeration — the 500 Superfast was capable of speeds up to 174 MPH. The Pininfarina bodywork with Kammback profile was an instant classic, and buyers ranged from celebrities to European royalty. This 500 Superfast is one of 36 painted black from the factory. Sold new in Italy, the car made its way to America where it an engine restoration by Motion Products. With its matching numbers and Ferrari Classiche Red Book certification, this is a perfect example of Ferrari's classic mid-'60s performance and design.
Photos: Brian Henniker