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Property ID: 128792
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The Bardinon’s Super Car Collection (France )

The Legendary Pierre Bardinon Car Collection

The World’s most impressive Car Collections

Introduction:

Pierre Bardinon, the world’s most celebrated Ferrari collector, recently passed away after a period of illness. His exceptional car collection is a testament to his unwavering passion for automotive excellence. In this article, we explore some of the remarkable Ferraris and other classic cars that graced his renowned collection.

Ferrari 166 F2
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Alu Compétition
Ferrari 250 LM
Ferrari 312 B
Ferrari 312 P
Ferrari 312 PB
Ferrari 330 P
Ferrari 330 P4
Ferrari 375 MM
Ferrari 375 Plus
Package of 10 cars:
5 Ferraris, including the iconic F50
Bugatti 51
3 Jaguar E Lightweight
Mk II 3.8 L race preparation
Classic E type
Delahaye 135 MS
Gordini barquetta

The Legendary Pierre Bardinon Car Collection

Introduction:

Pierre Bardinon, the world’s most renowned Ferrari collector, left an indelible mark on the automotive world. His recent passing marked the end of an era for car enthusiasts worldwide. Let’s explore some of the remarkable treasures that comprised his iconic car collection.

The Ferrari Legacy:

Pierre Bardinon’s collection was a testament to his profound admiration for the Ferrari marque. It included an array of Ferrari legends that spanned the brand’s illustrious history.

Ferrari 166 F2
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Alu Compétition
Ferrari 250 LM
Ferrari 312 B
Ferrari 312 P
Ferrari 312 PB
Ferrari 330 P
Ferrari 330 P4
Ferrari 375 MM
Ferrari 375 Plus
A Symphony of Speed:

The collection was a symphony of speed, featuring a diverse range of Ferrari racing cars, including sports-racing models, GT cars, and F1 and F2 treasures. Among these gems, the 375 Plus, a Le Mans winner from 1954, stood tall. Notably, a 121LM, which was discovered in a New Jersey chicken coop, added an element of intrigue. The 860 Monza, victorious at the Sebring 12 Hour race in 1956, found its place in this automotive symposium. Additionally, a former Scuderia Ferrari 410 Sport showcased the collection’s depth.

Prototypes and Pioneers:

Pierre Bardinon’s collection delved into the world of prototype cars, with notable inclusions such as the 268SP, a 275P (winner at Le Mans in 1963 and 1964), and three later prototypes: a 350 CanAm (a revised 330P4), one of only two 312Ps in existence, and a 312PB.

GT Marvels:

The collection also celebrated Ferrari’s grand touring (GT) heritage. A competition-ready 250 SWB, two prized 250GTOs from 1962 and 1964, a unique 375MM berlinetta, and a one-of-a-kind 410 Sport berlinetta, the first Ferrari GT car with Scaglietti bodywork, all graced this assembly of greatness.

A Collector Admired by Enzo Ferrari:

Pierre Bardinon’s passion for Ferrari extended beyond mere ownership; he was admired by none other than Enzo Ferrari himself. The collection’s original lineup of around 70 cars exemplified Bardinon’s dedication to preserving the legacy of the Prancing Horse.

Pierre notably owned more than 100 racing Ferraris, including 6 of the 9 winners of the very prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans!!! Not forgetting an extraordinary collection of miniature cars.

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Updated on September 18, 2023 at 10:38 am
  • Property ID: 128792
  • Price: €330,000,000
  • Property Status: For Sale, Limited edition Super Car

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