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Checkout The 1954 Ferrari 375 America Vignale Cabriolet From RM Sotheby

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# Checkout The 1954 Ferrari 375 America Vignale Cabriolet From RM Sotheby
Our fascination with Ferraris knows no bounds here at The Status Life, with a particular affinity for vintage models from the glorious 50s and 60s era of motoring. RM Sotheby’s has an exceptional highlight that truly captures our hearts – the stunning 1954 Ferrari 375 America Vignale Cabriolet. This exceptional vehicle, showcased at the Monterrey auction, is a unique masterpiece featuring exquisite open alloy coachwork by Vignale.

The 1954 Ferrari 375 America Vignale Cabriolet from RM Sotheby’s stands out as the sole cabriolet among only 12 375 America models ever produced, sparking immense interest among Ferrari enthusiasts and classic car lovers – we’re looking at you, Seinfeld and Jay Leno. This magnificent car is one of just three big-block cabriolets with 4.5-liter or larger engines made in the 1950s, making it a highly exceptional and exclusive offering in 2022.

## Old School Cool
A rare opportunity to own one of the most stylish and unique Ferraris to ever grace the market.

– **Intriguing History:** This Ferrari was originally sold by Enzo Ferrari himself to Mrs. Bianca Colizzi of Rome in 1954, daughter of renowned Italian director Giuseppe Colizzi. Since its import to the US in 1958, only four long-term owners have enjoyed its company, with the current owner holding onto it for the past 25 years. Despite its age of over half a century, it is being presented in remarkable condition, retaining its original engine, gearbox, rear axle, and bodywork.

This is a truly exceptional and elegant example of the 375 grand tourer, and it comes as no surprise that RM Sotheby’s Monterrey auction has earmarked this 1954 Ferrari 375 America Vignale Cabriolet as one of its standout attractions. According to marque expert Marcel Massini, this 375 America initially left the factory in black with a matching interior and tan soft top. The Vignale coachwork emphasized opulence with features like a unique one-piece wraparound windscreen, hood scoop, and fender vents with a distinct bottom character line extending through the rear fenders.

Boasting the incredibly rare factory hard top, this Ferrari is a rare open-bodied interpretation of the Lampredi-engined grand tourer, bridging the gap between the 342 America and upcoming Superamerica models. Powered by one of the largest engines in any Ferrari cabriolet from the 1950s, this exceptional vehicle is a standout choice for top-tier concours d’elegance and prestigious driving tours worldwide, offering its next owner a distinctive and exhilarating experience with the revered 375 America.

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