A Ferrari 250 GTO becomes most expensive car in the world

In just four months have been auctioned two Ferrari 250 GTO which sold for stratospheric numbers, the first since I’ve shown, the second a few days ago. This second Ferrari 250 GTO became its own right in the world’s most expensive car, reaching at auction the price of 28,225,806 euros. That means between 800,000 and 3 million over the car until now held the record, the Bugatti 57SC Atlantic.

The special detail that makes this drive the Ferrari 250 GTO in particular is that it was designed for Sir Stirling Moss, who wanted to use it to compete, but in the end never drove it. However, this Ferrari 250 GTO has a long history of racing with several wins and a share in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1962 that failed to cross the finish line.

It is a clear case of investing in classic cars, because the previous owner who has put on auction in 1996 it cost 2.8 million euros and it has auctioned ten years ago it cost 6.85 million euros. As you can see both have made a big deal, yes, the new owner will enjoy an automotive gem. I hope this new owner sees it more as a collectible than as an object with which to speculate. All indications are that it will look good because the previous owners were businessmen and this is a collector of classic Enjoy it!

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