Would You Pay $614,000 For A Ferrari That Isn't Red?


There's nothing else like this 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO.

Only 599 examples of the Ferrari 599 GTO were ever created, whichmakes the front-engined supercar a highly sought after collector’s item. This model comes with roughly 8,500 miles on the clock and, unlike other Ferraris, is finished in glossback and has gunmetal grey pillars, as well as a grey roof, wheels, wing mirrors, rear diffuser and side skirts. It’s the same story on the inside with blacksurfaces featuring red and carbon-fiber accents. James Edition is expecting this 599 GTO to sell for a hefty price. But would it be worth more if it was red?

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