Ten minutes. Ten minutes . Three collectors called literally in almost ten minutes – moved in the steps million dollars – the winner secured one of only 36 Ferrari 250 GTOs that were built.
The final price? $ 48.4m after taxes, this little Ferrari makes a great story. It will now be the most expensive car ever sold at public auction (although some of the reported $ 70m paid for 250 GTO a couple of months back on a private auction).
Still. Almost fifty store for an old car built in the 1960s. But of course, no Ferrari 250 GTO is just an old car built in the 1960s. This particular is the third of race ̵
Today it was sold with its original engine, gearbox and Series II body after two decades of being in custody by Gregory Whitten. "My journey with 250 GTO has come to an end," he said. "But I'm excited to see how this wonderful car is enjoyed by the new owner."