Evaluation: 1958 Earls Court display car. Excellent paint, chrome, interior and everything else. Concours restored and conscientiously maintained. Ferrari Classiche certified, FCA and other Platinum awards. Second in class at Pebble Beach in 1964 (yes, 1964). Rescued by Tom Shaughnessy after fire damage and subsequently restored in its original exterior color to show winning standards.
Bottom Line: A desirable as the 250 GT Spider Californias are, the 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolets are even better proportioned and more balanced in their design. That balance, as well as the comfortable equipment of the cabs and their adaptability to comfortable touring, contributes to their value and 1075GT has all the attributes that contribute value in these cars. The new owner should be very happy with both the car and the modest (if $4.4M can ever be called “modest”) price it brought, an excellent value.