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Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million

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Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
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Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million

A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO has turned into the most costly auto at any point sold at auction in the wake of getting $48.4 Million at RM's Sotheby's Monterey deal.

Of course, offering for the auto began high, at $33 million to be correct. Various bidders returned and forward to get their hands on the prized Ferrari before the hammer inevitably fell at $44 million. Charges convey the aggregate up to the previously mentioned $48.405 million, effectively overshadowing the $38.115 million, which another Ferrari 250 GTO brought in 2013 to be the most costly auto sold at auction.

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
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It isn't the most costly 250 GTO to change hands. Prior this year, a case with a rich racing pedigree was bought by American auto collector David MacNeil for $80 million, in spite of the fact that that was done privately and not at an auction.

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
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The 1962 250 GTO sold in Monterey was case 3413 GT, simply the third of 36 cases at any point built.

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
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The auto was most as of late sold in 2000 to the former chief software architect at Microsoft, Dr Greg Whitten. It's obscure the amount Whitten paid for the auto 18 years prior, yet he probably made a little fortune from its deal.

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
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Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Sells For Record $48.4 Million
Photo Source: carscoops


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