This weekend more than $100 million worth of Ferraris will be on public display in New York.
Ferrari flew 70 of its most iconic models there to celebrate the brand’s 70 years of existence. It’s the last stop in a world tour of more than 60 countries where the brand held anniversary celebrations.
Key among the cars to be shown in New York is a 1964 250 LM Scuderia Filipinetti Ferrari valued at $19 million and the Ferrari that Michael Schumacher drove to victory in the Monaco Grand Prix in 2001. The latter, arguably the most important modern Formula 1 race car, will be the first auto ever sold at a Sotheby’s Contemporary Art sale. That car is expected to fetch as much as $4 million.
In the meantime, here’s a look at the Ferraris on display at Sotheby's on New York’s Upper East Side.