How much is the Ferrari 250 GT worth?

How much is the Ferrari 250 GT worth?

The most money ever paid for any car was more than $70 million, in 2018. It was a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO. The most money ever paid for a car at auction was $48.4 million, that same year.

How many Ferrari GT 250 are there?

36 250 GTOs
Ferrari built only 36 250 GTOs (33 of the 1962-design Series I cars and three 1964-design Series II cars, with revised bodywork).

What is a 1961 Ferrari GT 250 worth?

It is the most valuable automotive barnfind in history. This 1961 250 GT SWB California Spider sold for $17,160,000 at a Gooding & Company auction at Amelia Island in 2016. The car featured in the 1963 Academy Award-winning Film Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.

How much is a Ferrari 250 Cabriolet worth?

A 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Series I Cabriolet carries an average value of $7.5M in in #1 (concours) condition and $7M in #2 (excellent) condition, and since another 250 GT Series I Cabriolet sold for $6.8M in Pebble Beach last year, expectations were high for the RM car.

Who owns the 70 million dollar car?

Because, during that year, a man named David MacNeil of Chicago, USA, the founder of the automotive accessory manufacturer WeatherTech, bought a silver 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO (chassis number #4293GT) for a jaw-dropping $70 million. The highest price ever paid for a car.

Is the Ferrari in Ferris Bueller real?

1. Three cars were used in the movie, and they were all replicas. Writer and director John Hughes had originally planned for the car to be a Mercedes until he came across a replica of the ’61 Ferrari GT in a magazine.

Who owns Ferris Bueller Ferrari?

This car most recently sold for a whopping $396,000 last year at Barrett-Jackson. The vehicle underwent a complete restoration by Modena Design co-founder himself, Neil Glassmoyer.

Who owns a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California?

Rare 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder Belonging to Alain Delon Fetches $18.5 Million in Paris. An ultra-rare Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder from 1961, one of only a few dozen ever made, hammered for a record-breaking $18.5 million at an auction at Artcurial in Paris on Friday, according to a press release.