To the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic over the course of the 32nd edition took part 120 Ferraris. An edition that celebrated the centenary of the first 24 Hours of Le Mans with a class dedicated to Ferraris.
The prize Overall Outstanding Ferrari Granturismo at the 32nd edition of the Palm Beach Cavallino Classico was assigned to Ferrari 410 Superamerica from 1956, chassis no. 0483 SA.
The turnout of the public was unprecedented, 125 specimens that contributed to reviving or making the Ferrari legend legendary.
Many prizes and award-winning cars, Luigi Orlandini, President of Canossa Events he has declared: “Special thanks to Anne Brockinton Lee, who brought two extraordinary cars and who, I think is the first woman ever in the history of Cavallino Classic, won one of the Best in Shows with her 410 Superamerica.
This very elegant show car is a perfect example of how the legend Ferrari is not only based on racing cars, but also on the wonderful granturismo to use on the roads. Furthermore, as an organiser, I can only be happy and underline how the participation of the public was extremely numerous, certainly attracted by both the quality and the number of cars present. My goodbye is, a Cavallino Classic Modena, scheduled for next May 12-14”.
The Overall Outstanding Ferrari Granturismo prize was awarded to the 1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica.
This is the example with chassis s/n 0483 SA from the American collector Anne Brockinton Lee. Exhibited at the 1956 Paris Salon, this model is characterized by a spectacular line enhanced by the presence of rear fins.