The 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is a limited edition version of the 478 HP 550 Maranello. It was first revealed at the 2000 Paris Motor Show and currently represents one of the rarest open top Ferraris gone on sale these past 20 years, with just 448 units ever produced.
This particular model has just 1,625 miles (2,615 km) on the clock and features a Giallo Fly exterior and a Nero leather interior. It’s also got a six-speed manual transmission with Ferrari’s famous open metal gate.
The Barchetta will set you back £395,000. The newer and more powerful 575 Superamerica might be the wiser choice.
It was launched back 2005, featuring a 508 HP 5.7-liter V12 engine, straight out of the 575M, which replaced the 550 Maranello in 2002. This Superamerica boasts a Grigio Silverstone Metallic exterior, and a Caramel Leather interior. It’s also done just 1,380 miles (2,220 km) in 11 years and is priced at £379,995.
“These limited-run Ferraris are incredible rare and in perfect condition,” said Hexagon Classics chairman Paul Michaels. “You could not hope to find two better examples of the 550 Barchetta and 575 Superamerica anywhere in the world. To have both on sale here at Hexagon at the same time is a real coup and a credit to our team. Both cars are fantastic modern classics that are sure to appreciate further in the coming years.”