First debuted in 1962 at the London Motor Show, this Ferrari 400 Superamerica is a second-series model that retains the unmistakable Aerodinamico coachwork of its antecedents. However, this particular rework features the 2,600-millimeter chassis of the 250 GTE, which would eventually supersede the pre-existing shorter-wheelbase frames. Known as the first of only 18 second-series long-wheelbase versions, this 1962 Superamerica has long been considered a coveted collector’s item and had at one point even belonged to the famed Yoshiho Matsuda Collection. Retaining its stunning paint exterior, the car boasts a remarkable color combination of Grigio Argento over Nero. As a truly unparalleled fixture in the history of vintage automobiles, this grand touring Ferrari par excellence is expected to attract significant interest when it goes up for auction at RM Sotheby’s upcoming event in Paris on February 3. As reported by Autoblog, the classic model is expected to go for as much as $3.6 million USD. You can read the full press release at the RM Sotheby’s link below, and can check out the gallery above to see more of the 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico.