1967 Ferrari 330 P4 to Be Auctioned in Maranello
The piece now up for auction has a "distinguished racing pedigree", including the 1000 km Trofeo Filippo Caracciolo in Monza and a third overall finish at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1967. Behind the wheel of this P4 stood Lorenzo Bandini and Willy Mairesse, while Jackie Stewart and Chris Amon won the second place in the British BOAC International 500 at Brands Hatch, thus winning the World Championship for Ferrari.
“There is tremendous excitement surrounding 0858’s appearance at our Maranello auction. Its offering represents a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity to acquire one of the most important race cars ever created and a highly desirable piece of Scuderia Ferrari racing history. The addition of this historic car to the auction builds on the already mounting anticipation for the event, which is now just under a month away,” Max Girardo, Managing Director of RM Europe said in a release.
The third edition of the Maranello auction, which will take place on the grounds of the Ferrari factory is, unfortunately, a single day event. We say unfortunately because there are 34 historic Ferraris (certified by tgoo), and three Maseratis set to cross the block and a day is hardly enough time to enjoy them all.