2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
Year of manufacture2005
With a body designed by Pininfarina and built by Ferrari’s Scaglietti coachworks, the 612 Scaglietti was a true grand tourer that replaced the outgoing 456M. While the name paid homage to Ferrari’s preferred coachbuilder for its greatest sports-racing models, the scalloped door design evoked the one-off 375 MM that was ordered by Roberto Rossellini, the husband of actress Ingrid Bergman. That car eventually became the first Ferrari to ever win the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
This beautifully maintained 612 benefits from a mildly used life in the hands of only two caretakers, the first of whom owned it for 15 years. Chassis no. 138987 was finished in Grigio Ingrid (very fitting) and appointed with a sumptuous two-tone interior of beige and Cuoio leather. Optioned with modular alloy wheels, red brake calipers, Scuderia fender shields, automatically powered and heated Daytona seats with matching Cuoio bolsters, a leather headliner, and a black tachometer, the Scaglietti was delivered to its first owner via Ferrari of Central Florida in Orlando.
As reflected by the CARFAX report, the owner serviced the Ferrari at respected marque dealerships in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, including a belt service in April 2015. A subsequent invoice from late 2019 details a timing belt and tensioner pulley replacement, along with a fluid flush, performed by North Coast Exotics of Cleveland, Ohio. Under the care of the consignor the car received a further $4,000 in documented service in 2020; its odometer currently displays fewer than 8,300 miles.
The sensationally detailed 612 Scaglietti is accompanied by its original manuals and warranty card, toolkit, battery tender, and documentation of recent work performed. Ideal for Maranello enthusiasts intent on providing stylish and powerful transport for multiple passengers, it would make a wonderful addition to any grand touring collection. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/0620.