And this year there were even six 400's offered for sale. And all of them were firmly priced.
Here they are:
This one, Ferrari 400i Automatic, was restored and in a very rare but beautiful color scheme.
For € 99.950,- it is yours:
This one is for sale for € 80.000
This 400i Automatic was for sale for € 56.500
This one was offered by Jacobs in Germany for € 159.000. I was informed they bought it from the Gallery in Brummen and was then completely restored. It has VIN 17217. See their website: http://www.jacobs-classic.de/fahrzeuge/fahrzeug/detail/14640165
This is a known one offered by Car cave in Belgium for € 102.000. I like this one very much due to the color and being a rare manual carburettor version.
Ferrari 412 Bernhard : This one was offered for sale on this exhibition last year as well and got sold. I don't know the actual price it was offered for. Apparently it ended up at the Gallery but I thought it was offered by a different company. It was at least not for display at the Gallery stand. In any case it was offered for € 150.000 and got sold - of course unknown for which price.
Upate 18-1-2017: I was wrong about the green 365GT4 2+2. Although it was imported from Sweden it was newly delivered in Monaco by Pozzi. I received some additional pictures which are from 1977/78. In the last photo it is shown on the forecourt of Monaco Motors, where it was orginally sold. It was exported to the UK and first registered there on 27 October 1978 with the plates YJD826T, apparently by the first owner. It was sold at Christies auction on 3 April by the second owner who had acquired it in 1982 and it moved to Sweden on 2 June 1989. It had at least three owners in Sweden, the last owner having acquired it in 2004.