Introduced in 1964, the Ferrari 500 Superfast was just that — the fastest road-going Ferrari you could buy. Based on the America grand tourer, the Superfast came with a 5-liter Columbo V12 and could easily reach 175 MPH — an incredible speed, especially for the 1960s. This Series II Superfast is the 33rd of only 37 made, and the 8th of only 12 Series II models. The car was originally delivered to Jack S. Durlacher, a London stockbroker and backer of the Rob Walker racing team that competed in F1 in the 50s and 60s. With an older restoration and the original engine, this 500 Superfast is a driver's car, not content with being on static display.