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How much is a Ferrari 166 Inter?

How much is a Ferrari 166 Inter?

Thanks to low production with just over three dozen built and the Ferrari badge, of course, values are still quite high. A 1950 166 Inter sold for $655,783 in 2010, and another hit $870,325 in 2014. Compare that to the contemporary 166MM racers, which routinely top $2 million.

How many Ferrari 166 Inter were made?

38 166 Inters
The Ferrari 166 Inter was Ferrari’s first true grand tourer. An evolution of the 125 S and 166 S racing cars, it was a sports car for the street with coachbuilt bodies. The Inter name commemorated the victories claimed in 166 S models by Scuderia Inter. 38 166 Inters were built from 1948 through 1950.

How much is a Ferrari 166 MM?

The 1950 Ferrari 166 MM, chassis no. 0058 M, (Est. $8,000,000-$10,000,000) comes to market an exemplary example of the model, and one of the most important and beautiful Ferraris ever built.

When was Ferrari 166 made?

The Ferrari 166 S was a sports racing car built by Ferrari between 1948 and 1953, an evolution of its Colombo V12-powered 125 S racer.

How much is a Ferrari Barchetta?

A: The average price of a Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is $405,538.

What is a Barchetta car?

When applied to an automobile, barchetta describes a small car that is open-topped, without provision of a removable or foldable top for weather protection.

What year is the Ferrari 250 GTO?

The Ferrari 250 GTO is a GT car produced by Ferrari from 1962 to 1964 for homologation into the FIA’s Group 3 Grand Touring Car category. It was powered by Ferrari’s Tipo 168/62 Colombo V12 engine.

How much is a Ferrari Barchetta worth?

What does a Barchetta look like?

The barchetta has full-width enveloping bodywork, in contrast to an early spider corsa, which may have cycle or wing fenders. Later (non-corsa) spiders added more heavily padded seats, interior carpeting and a full windshield, items not found in the more spartan barchette.

Is a Barchetta a Ferrari?

The name barchetta has been associated with the open 166MM model ever since. Ferrari built other models also called barchetta, including versions of the Ferrari 212 Inter and the Ferrari 250 MM Vignale. Other manufacturers began to use the name as well, such as the Maserati brothers’ O.S.C.A.

Why is a Ferrari 250 GTO so expensive?

The reason the Ferrari 250 GTO is such an expensive car is because of how few were made by the Italian manufacturer. Just 36 were manufactured in a short production run from 1962 to 1964. These sports cars were designed for the track, racing as part of the FIA’s Group 3 category.