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How many Ferrari 288 GTO are left?

How many Ferrari 288 GTO are left?

All six are thought to still be in existence with one owned by the Factory on display in the engine manufacturing facility in Maranello and another suspected to have been used as a prototype during the development of the F40.

How much is a Ferrari 288 GTO worth?

Being auctioned off at the height of a global pandemic in May 2020 did little to lower the asking price for this ultra-exclusive Italian exotic, rolling off the auction floor sold for a gargantuan 2.3 million dollars.

How much is a 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO worth?

between $2.5 million and $3.5 million
The series was canceled before it even started, but the 288 GTO is now one of the most sought after Ferraris from the 1980s. Peter Haynes, a spokesman for specialist auctioneer RM Sotheby’s, said the cars are currently valued between $2.5 million and $3.5 million.

What Ferrari was on top gear?

The 458 Italia was names as Top Gear Magazine’s Car of the Year 2009.

How much is a Ferrari 308 GTB worth?

between $50,000 and $100,000
Steel-bodied GTBs and GTSs, on the other hand, are a relatively affordable way to start or expand a vintage Ferrari collection, with the 308 GTB price and 308 GTS price sitting between $50,000 and $100,000, like this one.

Does James may have a LaFerrari?

May has owned many cars including a 2005 Saab 9-5 Aero, Bentley T2, Rolls-Royce Phantom, Triumph 2000, Rover P6, Alfa Romeo 164, 1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche, Triumph Vitesse, Jaguar XJS, 1992 Range Rover Classic Vogue, Fiat Panda, Datsun 120Y, Vauxhall Cavalier Mk1, a Ferrari 308 GTB, a 2015 Toyota Mirai, Ferrari F430.

Why is a GTO called a goat?

Somewhere along the way, the guys on the street began to call GTOs “Goats.” Only it wasn’t a reference to “Greatest of All Time,” it was a play on the letters and a term of affection. By 1969, it even appeared in a corporately controversial GTO advertisement championed by DeLorean and Wangers.