It comes without engine, gearbox, brakes or electronics but is painted in a fetching shade of red. Yours for £1.15m.
The price is more than six times the €200,000 (£180,000) estimate for the 1:1 show car, which commemorates Ferrari’s 1,000th Grand Prix at Mugello in September.
So far, the car has only been displayed at a VIP reception in Florence to mark the anniversary and the buyer will have to sign a contract agreeing that the car cannot be used for commercial purposes or converted to run on a track.
The show car was lot no111 in RM Sotheby’s Once in a Millennium online auction of Ferrari’s 1,000th GP memorabilia (although at the current rate, the Scuderia will be celebrating its 2,000th race in 2063).
Bidding showed that the brand has lost none of its allure, with several estimates exceeded, potentially fuelled by Sebastian Vettel’s emotional farewell to the team.
A Vettel racing suit sold for €36,000 (£32,000) and his racing gloves fetched €12,600 (£11,400), both for double their pre-sale estimates. A replica helmet signed by Vettel was bought for €31,200 (£28,200).
The future also held plenty of appeal to bidders. Charles Leclerc’s signed race suit sold for €63,600 (£57,500) against an estimate of €15,000 (£13,600), while his signed replica helmet was valued at exactly the same price as Vettel’s.
As part of Ferrari’s celebrations, Michael Schumacher’s son, Mick, drove his father’s 2004 title-winning car ahead of the Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello. The auction included a racing suit signed by Mick, which sold for €45,600 (£41,200).