Evaluation: One of 559 built, represented with $40,000 in options and recent service at F40 Motorsports. A nice-looking car showing 303 miles, but the “‘Total Loss Vehicle’ due to right front fender and wheel replacement” raises an immediate red flag.
Bottom line: This is a tough one. Pretty much the whole point of buying this car with its low-production and three-digit odometer reading is collectability. Indeed, these 575-based Superamericas can be worth about twice as much as a normal 575M. But the salvage title is a scarlet letter that will follow the Ferrari forever, and that seriously limits the appeal. All things considered, the reported high bid was a perfectly realistic balance and it should have sold if there was real money close to it.