1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Gets Record $38 Million At Bonhams Monterey Auction
Pebble Beach Concours for this week with extreme Elegance is also buzzing now as the 1962 Ferrari of 250 GTO offering in the record of about $38,115,000 at hammer at the time of Monterey Auction of Bonham. The astonishment was also already set in the perfect motion while first seeing it to be the fine instance of Ferrari 250 GTO, the one of only 39 more than initially produced, that makes their own way block without any kind of reserve price.
However Ferrari 250 GTO is the prize possession since it was also quite evident last year when different instances sold for the astounding $52 million in the private sale.
FERRARI 250 GTO ACHIEVES $38,115,000 (£22,843,633)
The New World of Auction Record during Sale At iBonhams Quail Lodge
The collection of Maranello Rosso of 10 also realizes the combined total of about $65,945,000
Quail Lodge Auctionon 14 Aug 2014,
The Ex-Jo Schlesser & Henri Oreiller, The Paolo Colombo, Fabrizio Violati, Ernesto Prinoth
FERRARI 250 GTO FOR 1962-63 BERLINETTA
Engine no. 3851GT
Chassis no. 3851GT
On 14 August 2014 , Thursday, Carmel, California - The 1962 Ferrari of 250 GTO Berlinetta also has become most worthy car in the entire history to get sold at the auction when this was realized $38,115,000 moments before at Quail Lodge Auction of Bonhams in Carmel at California.
However, surpassing current record of highly valuable car that is sold at the auction that was even set by Bonhams along with 1954 Mercedes-Benz and W196 R F1 Racer which was sold for about $30-million at the Bonhams’ Goodwood Festival at the Speed Auction previous year, Ferrari GTO also been subject of the intense global interest.
Bidders all around the world are in the proper attendance in audience and also on telephones. This auction pavilion was also filled completely that has the complete capacity with the overflow on lawns thereby watching the most happenings live on several television screens. Subsequent to the start of the passionate war of the bidding that at times also resembled to the tennis match, complete through the moments of the silence that was interrupted by the cheers, audience also erupted in the applause while fall of gavel as confirmed at the final concluding price.
Robert Brooks, the Chairman of Bonhams says, “It’s been the genuine honour to represent the outstanding car so we are completely delighted with the result today. We also have maintained that we will exceed recent world record as well as the car will also bring for million $30-$40 and now the GTO also just did that.”
Representing the sureness in collector car market as well as the strength of Ferrari brand, now the latest world record even reaffirms the position of Bonhams as the world’s foremost auctioneers of occasional and noteworthy motorcars.
Different cars from very exclusive Maranello Rosso with Collection of 10 significant Ferraris even sold enormously well for the collective total of $65,945,000.