THE UK’s first ever Ferrari-only auction is set to feature a giant haul of 33 supercars.
And the collection of some of the brand’s most iconic models could be worth more than £4million.
Held by Silverstone Auctions, the sale will mark the first time Britain has seen an auction purely dedicated to the Italian marque.
A total of 33 motors will be up for grabs alongside genuine Ferrari memorabilia, with the most expensive car demanding half a million pounds alone.
The classic 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona has been given a guide price between £500,000-£575,000.
One of only 158 right hand drive models, the Daytona is among the most desirable classic Ferraris available.
It has just 35,900 miles on the clock and comes with the original 4.4-litre V12 engine which produces 352bhp.
The sale will feature models from the early 1960s right up to as recently as 2014, giving collectors the chance to sample decades of Ferrari history.
One of the lowest mileage cars in the auction is a 2001 550 Barchetta Pininfarina with just 3,022 miles, estimated at £325,000- £375,000.
The manufacturer’s fastest car, a 2014 F12 Berlinetta with a top speed of 211mph will feature, and has been given a maximum estimate of £240,000, while a 2009 430 Scuderia will also go under the hammer.
Nick Whale, managing director at Silverstone Auctions, said: “The Sale of Ferraris’ is a brand new auction for our 2018 calendar and the cars consigned to the sale are definitely some of the best in the country.
“This is the sale of the year for any serious Ferrari collector, with a range of cars spanning from the early 60’s all the way up to the latest super cars from the legendary marque.”
The auction will take place at The Wing, Silverstone Circuit on Friday May 18.