Ferrari cars are rightfully considered one of the most expensive and luxurious cars in the world. However, sometimes it happens that the price of a certain instance can reach simply unthinkable figures, as, in fact, what happened to our today’s hero.
The fact is that at one of the most popular auctions in the world the legendary car from the Italian manufacturer is about to go under the hammer, the year of manufacture of which falls on the distant 1958. This is a Ferrari 250 California and calling it ordinary just doesn’t turn your tongue. The car has a seventh serial number in a relatively small circulation – there were only 46 of them. A feature of these cars is a long wheelbase, reaching 2600 millimeters.
The history of this particular machine extends from Geneva to California through Japan and during this time he managed to collect such titles as: winner of the Pebble Beach class, winner of the Platinum award Palm Beach, Ferrari Classiche certificate and so on.
Under the red body is that famous 3.0-liter V12 rated at 240 hp, a four-speed gearbox and rear-wheel drive. Want to know how much is such a pleasure? Experts expect the final auction in the range from 9 to 11 million US dollars.