Introduced in 1964, the 500 Superfast was the crown jewel in Ferrari's lineup with a clientele to match — celebrities, royalty, and the super-wealthy were among the owners. With its five-liter V12 and sleek lines by Pininfarina, the 500 Superfast was an instant classic, even in its day. Only 36 were built over a two-year period, making it one of Ferrari's rarest production models. The 1965 500 Superfast here was purchased new by British businessman and noble Lord James E. Hanson and remained in his ownership until 2000. The 11th Superfast built, the car arrived in Verde Scuro and a host of customizations — a redesigned passenger seat with repositioned ashtray and window switches owning to Lord Hanson's height, a Superfast script delete, and Blaupunkt stereo with electric antennae. All-original with a fully-documented history, this is a rare opportunity to own one of Ferrari's best cars.