This 1954 Ferrari 375 America by Vignale might be the most beautiful thing you see in 2021
It's one of just three in existence
What you're looking at here is one of the rarest Ferraris in existence. Not only that, but it is also one of the oldest in the world as it dates back to 1954.
The Ferrari 375 America by Vignale is rare because just three were ever made. The Italian supercar manufacturer only ever built 11 Coupes and 1 Cabriolet, and of these, just three were sent to Carrozzeria Vignale to be fitted with the bespoke bodywork you can see here.
Some of the differences you will notice are the large wraparound rear window giving it a kind of fastback profile as well as louvers behind the side windows. This car is chassis no. 0327 AL and was one of just two 375 Americas to receive this particular altered design.
According to RM Sotheby's where this is currently up for sale, this car has has quite a few owners. It was originally owned by a U.S. collector and repainted red with a black roof. In 1980, it was then sold to Ed Jurist in New York before being owned, in the following years, by individuals in New Hampshire, Arizona, and the Netherlands.
Then in 2009, the car returned to the United States and was refurbished and repainted in the current combination of burgundy with silver accents which is a tasteful spec which really suits this car.
The listing doesn't mention how many miles it's done, but it is likely not going to be that many. This Ferrari 375 America by Vignale is expected to sell for between $2.4 million and $3.4 million putting it in the upper echelons of ultra-rare luxury Italian cars.