The Tony Shooshani Collection of Ferraris will be offered for sale at the 2016 Gooding and Company Scottsdale auction, scheduled for January 29-30 in Scottsdale during Arizona Auction Week. Shooshani entries at Gooding’s annual two-day Scottsdale event range from 250 GTs of the 1960s to the supercars of the 1990s and 2000s.
“We are honored to have a part of one of the most esteemed Ferrari collections in North America from such an astute and refined collector,” stated David Gooding, President of Gooding & Company. “These three supercars within the Shooshani Collection perfectly illustrate the evolution of Ferrari’s engineering and lineage, with all eight Ferraris possessing a noteworthy individual history.”
California Ferrari collector Tony Shooshani has participated in numerous rallies with his favorite Ferrari, his 1985 288 GTO, as well as the Ferrari Corsa Cliente program in his Ferrari 599XX EVO. Shooshani’s relationship with Ferrari has provided him access to original build information on numerous Ferraris he has restored and certified with Ferrari Classique at the Ferrari factory in Maranello.
The 2016 Gooding Scottsdale auction will feature the following Ferraris from the Shooshani Collection:
- 1995 Ferrari F50 (Estimate: $2,500,000 – $2,900,000); The Ferrari F50 introduced at the Geneva Auto Museum in March 1995; Ferrari Classiche-certified, chassis 99999 is the last Ferrari to utilize a five-digit chassis number; also used for Ferrari’s promotional materials, as well as other events showcasing the new F50 supercar; purchased new to Ferrari dealer Jacques Swaters; only 1,100 miles since new; one of 349 F50s in existence;
- 1990 Ferrari F40 (Estimate: $1,300,000 – $1,600,000); 49th US F40 built in 1990 and Ferrari Classiche-certified; chassis 86554 is one of 213 F40s delivered to the United States; presented with 3,600 miles on the odometer;
- 2003 Ferrari Enzo (Estimate: $2,400,000 – $2,800,000); Presented with 2,600 miles and signed by former head designer at Pininfarina, Ken Okayama; chassis 30132049 is one of 349 examples; well-preserved example with all original documentation, tool sets and Ferrari Classiche certification;
- 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet (Estimate: $2,000,000 – $2,300,000); Chassis 1939 GT finished in Blu Scuro over cream leather; rarely presented since showing in the 2000 Pebble Beach Concours; equipped with the original factory hardtop;
- 1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso (Estimate: $2,200,000 – $2,500,000); Number 275 of 350 built; chassis 5537 GT benefits from restoration completed in June 2013; presented in Blu Sera over beige leather; documented by Marcel Massini; 1st in Class at the 2014 Arizona Concours;
- 1969 Ferrari Dino 206 GT (Estimate: $700,000 – $800,000); Original and unrestored Dino; chassis 00378 is the 140th of 153 alloy-bodied Dinos built; finished in the classic livery of Rosso Chiaro, this well-kept Dino 206 GT is a superb example of one of the most iconic, influential and beloved Ferraris of the 1960s.
- 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi (Estimate: $400,000 – $475,000); Formerly owned by racer A.J. Foyt, who has signed both the dashboard of this Ferrari, as well as the owner’s manual; chassis 51725 finished in Grigio Argento over Bordeaux; and;
- 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS (Estimate: $125,000 – $150,000); Chassis 74921; under 15,000 miles from new; complete with all documentation and tools from its original delivery.
2016 Gooding Scottsdale – Auction Information
Dates: Friday, January 29, 11:00am and Saturday, January 30, 11:00am
Location: Scottsdale Fashion Square, 4700 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (Corner of N. Scottsdale Road and E. Highland Avenue)
Public preview: January 27-30
Auctions catalogues: $100, includes admission for two to the viewing and the auctions
General admission: $40, includes admission for one to the viewing and the auctions
Bidder Registration: $200 includes a catalogue, admission for two to the viewing and auction with two reserved seats, subject to availability
Website / Live auction broadcast: GoodingCo.com
[Source: Gooding & Company]