Between 15th and 17th August, RM Sotheby’s will hold the Monterey auction at Monterey Conference Center, California. With more than 100 lots, there is a whole lot of covetable machinery ready to hit the auction block, but a few of the lots stand out from the rest. One of which is the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 that we proudly featured recently, another is this 1955 Ferrari 375 MM Coupe Speciale.
We’re not sure what’s most striking about this beauty, could it be the emphatically long bonnet that characterises the silhouette or could it be the bold two-tone salmon/gunmetal grey colour scheme? When both are working together, one thing’s for sure: this Ferrari is one to watch.
Custom-built in the ‘50s, the Ferrari 375 MM is in pristine condition and boasts a 4.5-litre V12 engine with 4-speed transmission that results in 335 BHP. Doesn’t sound massive by today’s standards? Well, this model is built from aluminium, so 335 BHP packs a real punch.
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