Comments - These 6 Ferraris Sold for Millions at Pebble Beach

Published: Aug 21, 2012
Description: For an auction as exclusive as the one held every year at the Concours d'Elegance at Pebble Beach, it's expected to find many examples of exotic and one-of-a-kind Ferraris for sale.

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Esam Mohammad Aug 21, 2012
Yah .. I keep dreaming of myself buying exotic ferraris In auctions like these
John Serely Aug 21, 2012
I love these types of articles
Description: 1960 Ferrari California 250 LWB Spyder Competizione. From James Colburn to Ferris Bueller (though his was a replica), the Ferrari California Spyder is a favorite amongst many enthusiasts. This particu...
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Description: The proud new owner has opted to remain anonymous and we fully understand their reason(s) as to why; anyone with that much money to spend likely wants their privacy. Bottom line: this Ferrari is worth...
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Chris Penza Aug 21, 2012
There's no video here
Mark Moreno Aug 21, 2012
that sold quick!
Tomas Arango Ferreira Aug 24, 2012
The GTR is so imponent when you look at it, 1 of my favorites. If i had this ferrari i'd also have a dozen GTRs 1 in each color
Das Stig Aug 23, 2012
dear Wyatt, I'm sorry to inform you that the company called datsun, no longer exists.
Nathaniel Young Aug 23, 2012
The gtr Is not made to look good it's made to go fast, something it does quite well
John Francis Aug 21, 2012
Why do you have to insult the GT-R on a classic Ferrari article?
Wyatt Gordon Aug 21, 2012
absolutely beautiful, this is what design is, not a square little Datsun they put a $80,000 price sticker on
Description: 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder. Powered by a 280 horsepower V12 engine, this is one of only 37 covered headlight examples of the 250 GT SWB (short wheelbase) California Spyder ever built. A...
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Description: It then went through a couple more owners before it was restored in the 1990s. It's been displayed at numerous shows and also took a class award at a previous Pebble Beach event. It just sold for...
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Benito A. Colon Aug 21, 2012
This is a work of art
Description: 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta "Tour de France". Featured in the Hollywood classic film "The Love Bug", this 250 GT LWB is one of just nine examples ever built. Powered by a 24...
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Colby Thompson Aug 22, 2012
Holy crap that guy is so mad right now haha
Read Mills Aug 21, 2012
Left it on the side of the freeway?!?!
Description: It was soon sold again and given a full restoration in the mid-1990s. It later took part in a number of vintage rallies including the Tour Auto of April 1998 along with the Mille Miglia. It's als...
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Bruno Rocha Aug 21, 2012
If I have that money, I would say IT WORTH EVERY CENT.
Wyatt Gordon Aug 21, 2012
good looking, but I'd rather have the California (the old one)
Description: 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta. Back at the 1966 Paris Motor Show, Ferrari unveiled its successor to the 250, the 275 GTB. Powered by a 300 horsepower V12, the car is named for its four-cam val...
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Description: This early European-spec example was first sold in 1967 by the official Ferrari dealer in Rome. Not until 1972 did it arrive in the US where it later passed through several owners. It was purchased ag...
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Dillon Magee Aug 22, 2012
I think that it's the best looking one of the group. Would be better in red though.
Read Mills Aug 21, 2012
This is the first non-red Ferrari that I have ever loved!
Craig Lafey Aug 21, 2012
She is a beauty.
Bennie Andthe Jets Aug 21, 2012
That is scrumtrelescent
John Serely Aug 21, 2012
I love the color
Michael Page Aug 21, 2012
DAAAAAMMMNN!!!!!!!
Description: 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 "Competizione Speciale". Because the 250 GTO was so successful in road racing events, Ferrari wanted to homologate a version of the 275 GTB for the GT racing class...
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Description: After it was in an accident, a famous Ferrari collector/TV producer and personal friend of old man Enzo himself, bought and shipped it to Modena. There he commissioned three famed Ferrari shops to...
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Chris Penza Aug 21, 2012
No video here either
Adam Thomson Jul 07, 2013
No comments for this sexy beast
Description: 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB by Carrozzeria Scaglietti. Like the previously shown 275 GTB, this successor to the 250 GTO is equipped with a powerful V12 engine. Knowing that the outgoing 250 GTO needed some a...
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Description: This aided in aerodynamic downforce at high speeds, but enthusiasts have usually preferred the first-series cars' proportions. This restored example was sent to Scaglietti in Modena for bodywork ...
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Dillon Magee Aug 22, 2012
Changes my mind, it's this one.
Nathaniel Young Aug 23, 2012
I sort of agree but they are both brilliant cars
Wyatt Gordon Aug 21, 2012
beautiful, but if I'm honest I'd rather spend the money on a Lamborghini Miura SV, and then have some left over