RM Auctions annual Battersea sale returns to Central London, England on 26th of October, 2011. There will be many interesting vehicles like : a Ferrari-certified 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast, s/n 6659 SF, one of only eight Superfasts built in right-hand drive (Est. £580 000 - £650 000); a long-nose 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Alloy Berlinetta (Est. £640 000 - £700 000); a unique 1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, s/n 99788, the one and only four-door Ferrari ever built (Est. £480 000 - £550 000); and, an excellent 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso, s/n 5167 GT, offered for the first time in over two decades (Est. £400 000 - £480 000). Also set to cross the podium, a highly-equipped, custom 2001 Iveco Domino HDH Orlandi Scuderia Ferrari F1 Driver's Coach, used by the Scuderia Ferrari F1 team during the Schumacher / Barrichello years (Est. £200 000 - £300 000, offered without reserve).

In particular, the 1980 Pinin Prototipo, which is built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pininfarina. The car is powered by a 5.0 liter V12 with 360BHP (268 kW). It also features a tan leather interior and a rear seat entertainment system with a second radio and headphones. Really, a very special car, especially for the begging of 80's.

Other notable blue-chip sale entries include:

  • 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV, featuring factory-fitted air conditioning and a limited slip differential (Est. £750 000 - £900 000);
  • 1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT, one of 75 GT examples built (Est. £780 000 - £880 000);
  • 1930 Bugatti T46 "Petit Royale", one of the most elegant closed T46s in existence (Est. £450 000 - £550 000);
  • 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing (£475 000 - £575 000);
  • 2005 Pagani Zonda C12 7.3 S Roadster (Est. £425 000 - £475 000);
  • 1913 Rolls-Royce 40/50 HP Silver Ghost Open Tourer "London to Edinburgh", delivered new to the Maharaja of Patiala (Est. £380 000 - £500 000);
  • 1907 Rolls-Royce 40/50 HP Silver Ghost Limousine, chassis number 547 (Est. £310 000 - £440 000); and,
  • 1938 Jaguar SS 100 3 ½ Litre Roadster, formerly owned for over 40 years by the family of American antiques experts, authors and television hosts, Leigh and Leslie Keno (Est. £325 000 - £425 000)

1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo

1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 1 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 2 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 3 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 4 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 5 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 6 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 7 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 8 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 9 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 10 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 11 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 12 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 13 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 14 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 15 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 16 of 17
1980 Ferrari Pinin Prototipo, 17 of 17

Source: RM Auctions