Ferrari has a long history in working with Pininfarina, and over the years, the famous coachbuilder came up with some impressive-looking collectibles such as the 550 Barchetta.
Unveiled at the 2000 Paris Motor Show and meant to rekindle memories of the legendary 166 MM, 250 GT California and 365 GTS4 Daytona, the supercar should have been built in 444 examples, but due to superstition concerns related to that number in the Japanese market, the Prancing horse eventually produced four more.
Pictured here is number 379, which left the Maranello factory in 2001 and was delivered to Ferrari of Central Florida in December of the same year, where it was sold to Scott Rossen in Casselberry. The open-top supercar remained in Florida until 2011, when it was purchased by a Canadian collector, who gave it a major service (which included new timing belts and fresh tires) in January 2016.
The Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina now sits US soil once again, and despite being 15 years old, its odometer indicates just 1,876 miles (3,018 km). Responsible for selling it is Canepa, which doesn’t mention anything about the asking price, but reminds those interested in it that it is fully serviced and accompanied by the original five-piece luggage set and tool kit.