The legendary Ferrari 250 GTO is the world’s most desirable collector car.
An ultrarare 1962 Ferrari 300 GTO worth $30 million
When they do very rarely become available, examples can fetch around $20 million or more.
Even rarer than those, however, are the 330 GTO prototypes, with 4-liter engines instead of 3-liter, of which only two were ever built for Ferrari’s own use.
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One of these voracious vehicles will be on display at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida in March.
On display at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in March
The ridiculously beautiful car competed at Le Mans in 1962 among other legendary races, and was later restored by Cincinnati’s Jim Jaeger.
So how did this guy come to afford a $30 million Ferrari?
Appropriately enough, he made a fortune in radar detectors…
- Posted January 20, 2012
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