Gooding & Company shared a Facebook post Friday celebrating a classic Ferrari purchase that was made after “a nail-biting bidding war.”
This sports car was raced during the late 1950’s and into 1960, earning a 1st-in-class, 2 2nd-place finishes and 2 3rd-place finishes before being retired.
The 250 Tour de France, was not the only car to be sold for well over $5-M Friday. A 1953 Ferrari 250 MM Spider Series II hammered for $5,395,000.
Ferrari had a great night at Gooding & Company’s Scottsdale auction.
Ferrari Sports and Racing Cars are the World’s most expensive.
Have a terrific Holiday weekend.
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