And it’s just in your price range too! This Ferrari 250 GTO has been listed for £45 Million (about $56.4 Million) and already received at least one offer. Once this sale clears it will be the most expensive Ferrari ever sold. Continue Reading...
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The Ferrari 250 GTO continues its reign as the world’s most expensive car, with a 1963 racer selling for $52 million. Continue Reading...
Forget the 12 days of Christmas. This is the seven days of dream garages. Trading partridges in pear trees for horsepower in sexy sheetmetal, starting today each AutoGuide editor will reveal their list of the 10 cars we’ll be asking Santa for this year, giving a little insight into our automotive preferences. Now 10 may… Continue Reading...
American businessman Christopher Cox is the owner of one of the world’s most rare automobiles: A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Unfortunately, he’s also the owner of one of the world’s most expensive crashed cars. Continue Reading...
For a vehicle to gain itself the title of ‘most expensive car in the world’, it’s going to have to cost more than a hefty $35 million. Continue Reading...
To the person (or persons) holding the golden ticket to the $640 million Megamillions Lottery jackpot: here’s a way for you to spend the money. Last month, a special Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a record $31.8 million US dollars, making it the most valuable Ferrari in the world. Now, imagine a parade full of… Continue Reading...
Arguably the most prestigious of all concours, the annual Pebble Beach show has grown considerably since its semi-humble beginnings back in 1950 when 30 cars were displayed at what was then the Del Monte Lodge. Fast forward 61 years and over 200 cars (and even a few motorcycles) are on display, all vying for the… Continue Reading...
Considered by many to be the greatest Ferrari of all time, a gathering of 250 GTOs was the must-see attraction at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. With just 36 ever built, between 1962 and 1963, all were invited to attend the prestigious car show, with 22 making the journey, from as far away from… Continue Reading...
Dante Rubli is an artist based out of Bern, Switzerland and has been producing various works of art for over 25 years. His Iconic Sports Car series features sculptures of an Aston Martin DBS, Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing and will soon also include the Ferrari 250 GTO, which will be unveiled at the upcoming Concours… Continue Reading...
The Ferrari 250 GTO is considered by many to be the greatest Ferraris ever produced. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the birth of this model, more than twenty pristine Ferrari 250 GTOs will be showcased at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The car show will be held on Sunday, August 21. Only 36 250 GTOs… Continue Reading...
On the heels of the Bugatti Type 57 that sold for “$30-40 Million” (hey, what differences does a mere $10 million make) a Ferrari 250 GTO, a car regarding as one of the greatest sports cars of all time, has just sold for $25 million. The car, sold by RM Auctions, is one of 39… Continue Reading...
Thanks to our friends at Luxury4Play.com we have a nice collection of photos from the ultra-exclusive invite-only 45th Anniversary celebration of the Ferrari 250 GTO. The event was held by those champagne gurus at Moët & Chandon at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, CA. Apparently the event was so exclusive that being a Ferrari owner didn’t… Continue Reading...