A lovely collection of Ferraris that will go up for auction in May has been characterised by RM Sotheby's as being "hidden from the public and never exhibited." However, after the collection is bought by its new owners and these automobiles are brought to the public's attention, it is anticipated that the situation will change. The Aurora Collection will be auctioned off at the Villa Erba sale the following month. It consists of 14 exquisite vehicles, 12 of which are decorated with the recognisable Prancing Horse insignia and look simply lovely in Sweden's wintry surroundings The 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, which is expected to cost between £6.5m (about 66,19,78,686) and £7.5m (roughly 76,38,06000), is without a doubt the most magnificent vehicle in the Aurora Collection. It is a significant sum, that! With only 16 kilometres on the odometer, the Rosso Fuoco and Giallo Modena Monza SP1 is indeed a sight to see.
A Mercedes 300 Sc Roadster and a charming 300 SL Gullwing, which was apparently one of just 17 shipped to Sweden in the 1950s, may be seen among the fine collection of Ferraris.
This collection has an incredible selection of both vintage and contemporary Ferrari models, including classics like the Testarossa, Daytona Spider, 500 TR Spider, 275 GTS, and 275 GTB/4. Simply told, it is a remarkable choice. A 550 Barchetta, 360 Spider, SA Aperta, and a stunning Blu Pozzi 550 Maranello with a very vivid tan leather inside round out the rest of the modern selections after the Monza.