For years the Ferrari has been based in Germany but shown and driven at events around the world. The Ferrari, known as 4153 GT, has now been sold for $70 million – a record-breaking figure for a car.
Jun 05, 2018 · Not long after, the prices of Ferrari 250 GTOs began to spike, starting with the private sale of 3505GT in May 2012 for $35 million, another private sale of 5111GT in September 2013 for $52 million, and the no-reserve sale of 3851GT in August 2014 for …
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Classic Ferrari 250 GTO becomes most expensive car in the world after selling for staggering £52 million Mirror – 13:32 PM GMT June 01, 2018 Image source : mirror.co.uk
With a $56.8 million asking price, this Ferrari 250 GTO may become the most expensive car…in the world 250 GTO sales record domination set to continue as this early example goes to market
A classic Ferrari is expected to become the world’s most expensive car after it was put up for sale at £45 million.. The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO – one of the world’s most sought after classic cars
Jun 04, 2018 · •Classic Ferrari 250 GTO becomes most expensive car in the world after selling for staggering £52 million.
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The next most expensive car ever sold was at auction. It was another 250 GTO, which fetched £30,750,300. That example was raced by Jo Schlesser.
Oct 02, 2013 · A 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO racer has become the world’s most expensive car, selling for $52 million.
While other Ferrari GTOs pop up occasionally, the last public sale of a GTO was in August 2014 when Bonhams sold #3851GT for $38 Million and change, it is uncommon for them to sell publicly. Bloomberg says that GTO #5111GT sold for $52 Million in 2013, making it the current record holder for most expensive car ever sold.
A classic Ferrari once involved in a fatal accident has become the most expensive car ever sold publicly after being snapped up for an incredible $38.1million (£22.85million).
SOLD! This rare 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO went for a staggering $48.4m at the weekend to become the most expensive car ever bought at auction. The Ferrari is the third of just 36 models made by the