Ferrari 250 GTO #3387 - IMBOLDN
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Ferrari 250 GTO

Ferrari 250 GTO #3387

On track to become the most expensive Ferrari of all time, this blue 250 GTO even has genuine racing pedigree.

The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the rarest and most valuable vehicles on the planet. Unfortunately, not many of them are seen on the road anymore, due to its status as a collectible these days, sitting in a temperature controlled garage of some rich collector or a museum. However, the real reason is mostly because it was produced in highly limited numbers, with only 39 units having been produced between 1962 and 1964. It’s rare for 250 GTOs to hit the market, but a blue example with the chassis number 3387 has just become available for billionaire car collectors.

The second 250 GTO ever made, this one is even more special as it has genuine racing pedigree, having raced and finishing second overall and first in class at the 1962 Sebring 12 hours. Truly “a rare opportunity” for some lucky billionaire to complete his collection of vintage Ferraris, it’s a shame that this example will most likely end up getting stored in a garage rather than being driven like it was meant to. It would be hard to blame the new owner for doing so though, with an example previously owned by Sir Stirling Moss having sold for $38,115,000 in a private transaction, we can only imagine what this example will cost. A rare opportunity indeed.