This sleek convertible was built in 1950 on a pre-war chassis. But what make is it? Is it German or could it be American? The curved wings even look a bit eastern-European. And it is a pretty big car too, quite long. Alright then, we will tell you what it is after the break.
The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso of 1963/1964 has become increasingly popular with collectors. At auction, prices have gone up from around USD 250,000 in 2004 to 2.5 million in 2014. For 2018 there are several Lusso’s on the market. Question is, will prices for this elegant Ferrari continue to increase?
It was quite an occasion, the Ferrari sale in Maranello last Saturday. Auction house RM Sotheby’s had teamed up with Ferrari to put together a sale of a remarkable line-up of Ferrari’s, the oldest from 1950, the youngest a 2017 car. In a press release, RM Sotheby’s reports that it has achieved a 92.5 percent
To commemorate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary, RM Sotheby’s and Ferrari join hands in a one of a kind sale in Maranello. On auction will be around twenty Ferrari’s, the oldest dating back to 1950 and the youngest is a 2012 car. All in all the cars give an overview of the rich and varied 70-year history