1954 Ferrari 375 Plus Spyder / 0384 AM Chassis Information

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

1954 Ferrari 375 Plus photograph

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Spyder
Chassis #: 0384 AM
Engine #: 0384
Sold for $18,324,502 (£10,753,500) at 2014 The Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale.
Starting with the race-proven 375 MM, Ferrari constructed a small number of large-capacity competition Spyders to compete in the 1954 Sports Car World Championship. The Lampredi-designed 4.5-liter Grand Prix V12 engine was bored out to nearly 5 liters, and a rear-mounted gearbox and de Dion rear suspension was fitted. The resulting car was known by the French racing community as 'Le Monstre' and by the British as 'The Fearsome Four-Nine.' Five of the eight cars built were kept for the Ferrari team, including this car, which is one of four remaining today. It was driven by some of the finest drivers of the 1950s, including Froilan Gonzalez, Umberto Maglioli, and Paolo Marzotto, and it ran in both the Mille Miglia and Le Mans in 1954. The car was later raced extensively in the United States by Jim Kimberly and Howard Hively. Toward the end of the 1950s, the car was damaged by fire and was literally put out to grass, being stored in the woods near Cincinnati for many years. Now restored, the car's first appearance was at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.


2014 The Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale

Sale Price :
$18,324,502 (£10,753,500.00)

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1954 sales)
1954 FERRARI 4.9-LITRE 375-PLUS SPORTS-RACING TWO-SEAT SPIDER COMPETIZIONE
Chassis#: 0384
Sold for $18,324,502
  2014 The Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale
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