Two cars that were once owned by Trump are going to auction early in the New Year. The lots are a Rolls-Royce Phantom and a Ferrari F430 F1 Coupe.
The Ferrari rolled out of the factory in 2007. This car has less than 7,000 miles on the odometer. The model is loaded with a 4.3L V8 engine and a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Its feature set includes an electronically-controlled differential and ventilated disc brakes. This example is dressed in the classical Ferrari scheme of Corsa Red with a saddle-leather interior.
The Rolls Phantom dates to 2010. It has traveled 56,700 miles, and features the Rolls Starlight Headliner, as well as the Theatre Package and electronic curtains options. It boasts a 6.75L V12 engine and an automatic transmission. The car’s exterior is gloss black; the interior is linen, with burlwood and marquetry trim. Trump left an autograph and a short review on the user manual: “I loved this car—it is great! Best of luck.”
The auction will take place at Mecum in Kissimmee, Florida, and run from January 7 to 17. Other lots going under the gavel during this year’s Mecum Kissimmee event include a 1956 Chevy El Morocco—the only example currently known to exist—a 1956 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing, and a 1965 Shelby/De Tomaso P70 Can-Am prototype.