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The most expensive car ever sold at a public auction
How sports cars became legends
1950s: 250 GT California SpiderFerrari the organization entered the '50s aged just three, and exited the decade triumphant in sports car racing, Formula 1, and the manufacturer of the world's most desired road cars.Core to this imperious rise was its
One of only 37 units ever made
A 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider, one of 60 cars that belonged to a French industrialist and which had lain dormant for over 50 years, just sold for $18,457,562 (P818 million) to an unidentified buyer, setting the highest
You have to read this
Nope, there's no typographical error in the article's title. A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO has just fetched a cool $38,115,000 (that's in US dollars) at a just-concluded Bonhams auction. If you try to convert that into
This weekend, in fact
The famous Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder replica used in the \'80s film classic Ferris Bueller\'s Day Off is being auctioned off this weekend (August 17, to be exact) at the fifth annual Mecum Daytime Auction at the Hyatt Regency in
At the carmaker's Classiche department
The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the rarest classic Ferrari models today, with only 250 units built between 1962 and 1964. With the interest in classic Ferraris rising in the auction circuit, Ferrari Classiche--the Italian carmaker's in-house specialist
Check out this classic-looking roadster
The Ferrari 250 GT is one of the most--if not the most--sought-after of today's classic Ferraris. So, you can only imagine just how special a 250 GT California Spyder is if it's the prototype upon which all
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