How much is a Ferrari 250 Spyder?

Hagerty’s Price Guide currently lists pricing for a 250 California as $17,533,333 for concours condition car, $16,100,000 for a car in excellent condition, $14,933,333 for a car in good condition, and $13,700,000 for a car in fair condition.

How much is a Ferrari 250 GTE worth?

Through and collector-car brokerage and management company LBI Limited, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 is currently up for sale and can be yours for $445,000.

How many Ferrari GTO 250 are left?

Chassis number 3413 GT is one of the earliest made. It was the third 250 GTO to ever leave the Maranello production line, though it’s widely believed that all 36 examples remain in existence today.

How much is a Ferrari LaFerrari?

The esteemed brand capped production at 499 cars created, with the cost of each hypercar reaching over $1 million. LaFerrari’s hybrid engine is inspired by Ferrari’s Formula 1 engines and includes the brand’s mid-rear mounted F140 65 degree 6.3-liter engine. Additionally, the car is fitted with the HY-KERS drivetrain.

Who is the owner of the Ferrari 250 GT California Spider?

This 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider (#2377GT) was once owned by Hollywood star James Coburn. It was purchased by UK media personality Chris Evans for a then world auction record of $10,949,359 (€7,040,000) in 2008. This Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider (#4121GT) starred alongside “Charlie’s Angels” in the movie Full Throttle.

How much does a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Spyder cost?

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder 2377GT – sold for €7,040,000. The Ex-James Coburn. The Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder presented here, chassis number 2377 GT is the thirteenth of just fifty-six built.

Is the Ferrari 250 Spyder the same as the Tour de France?

Sharing its drive train with the legendary 250 GT that won the Tour de France, the California Spyder was a car to get excited about. It had the same 140 mph performance and the same competition chassis as the Ferraris lapping the race tracks.

What kind of body did the Ferrari 250 GT use?

One of the most notable GT racers of its time, the 1959 250 GT Berlinetta SWB used a short (2,400 mm (94.5 in)) wheelbase for better handling. Of the 176 examples built, both steel and aluminum bodies were used in various road (“lusso”) and racing trims.