When 410 production started again for the 1957 and 1958 Ferrari Superamerica and Superfast, the cars had the 102.4-inch wheelbase as seen on the Superfast in 1956
Body configuration continued as on previous Farina-built models, and the shorter wheelbase usually went unnoticed (the length reduction having been taken out of the doors). Seven of the "standard" Farina-designed models were produced, with minor variations between them.
Two special second series 410s were also built — one a tail-finned, somewhat rounded coupe by Scaglietti, the other a second Superfast by Pinin Farina.
The former used a stainless-steel top and strutted enough chrome trim to be unusual for both Scaglietti and Ferrari. The overall shape wasn't bad, but the use of two-tone paint in addition to the excess brightwork made the final result questionable to some.
The second Superfast wore a front end treatment similar to that of the first but did not share its rear fenders. That car, sold to American Jan de Vroom after the 1957 Turin Auto Show, was the subject of a road test by Sports Cars Illustrated for its September 1958 issue. It flew through the quarter mile in 13.9 seconds with a terminal speed of 108 mph, making it the fastest car the magazine had ever tested.