A 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO sold this past week for the unbelievable sum of $31,856,726 (£20.2 million), making it the most expensive car ever sold in Britain and the second most expensive car ever known to have been sold anywhere in the world.
You wouldn’t want a $10,000,000 racing legend sitting around all mucked up in gnats, would you? All you need is a sponge and a sturdy wrist—and please mind the open sky.
A toy Ferrari hacked together with kitchen and office equipment makes for one wicked balcony toy.
Ten million bucks for a Ferrari 250 GTO? Fuhgeddaboudit. Pick up some change from the Isle of Man and you can get one for two pounds.
While the Loverman and I agree on a great many things and have quite possibly slept with too many of the same women (all before we knew each other), now and then there is a great schism. DAF vs. FAF, Evo vs. WRX. Killdozer vs. Dave Matthews. Okay, so the last one was a complete and utter lie. But the 250 GTO is…
Last week we asked you to name your favorite automotive legends. While the answers were (of course) stellar – Smokey Yunick rules – we're a little disappointed that no one mentioned the genesis of this week's Fantasy Garage candidate, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe. Though, it is worth mentioning that almost…