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How much is a 1962 Ferrari GT California worth?

How much is a 1962 Ferrari GT California worth?

A red 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $48.4 million on Saturday in California, the most ever paid for a classic car at auction. The vehicle was offered by RM Sotheby’s in Monterey, and was estimated to fetch between $45 million and $60 million, the highest valuation ever for a vintage auto at auction.

How much does a 1962 Ferrari cost?

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO: Most Expensive Auction Price A bid of $48.4 million was enough to secure the famous Ferrari for one lucky investor at an auction arranged by Sotheby’s in California. The red 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was expected to fetch anywhere between $45 million and $60 million at auction.

How much is a Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder worth?

The Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder is one of the most desirable of all classic cars, and the 106 originals can change hands for upwards of $16 million. Twice that if you’re talking one of the rare alloy-bodied cars. Heck, even the fake Spyder built for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off sold for almost $400k in 2020.

How much did Chris Evans pay for his Ferrari California?

Radio DJ and former TV presenter Chris Evans stunned the crowd at Sunday’s ‘Ferrari Leggenda e Passione’ auction in Maranello by paying just over €7 million (£5.6 million) for a black 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider.

Which Ferrari is the rarest?

Even the Ferrari F40 is positively common with a fleet of 1,311 being built. However, this 1984 Ferrari 328 Convertible (serial number 49543) is the rarest of them all, being the only one in existence. And it is for sale.

Does Chris Evans still own Ferraris?

Evans’ Fleet of Ferraris And that’s not even the half of it. Evans owns ten more, including a 1961 TR61, a 1961 250 SWB California Spyder, a 1963 250 GT SWB, a 1965 275 GTS Spyder, a 1985 288 GTO, a 1990 F40 and a 2011 SA Aperta. There’s also a 246 Dino, a 250 GT Lusso and a 275 GTB quad cam in there, too.