|36 examples of the 250 GTO were produced, all of which have survived. Widely considered the most beautiful Ferrari design, the model was one of the most successful road/racing cars that the marque ever built, claiming overall victory or 1st in class in nearly 300 races worldwide. Decades later, the Ferrari 250 GTO has become the car collector’s “holy grail".|
|Chassis 3413GT, is the third of the 36 examples built, and began its life as a Series I car. |
Italian gentleman racer Lualdi-Gabardi entered the GTO in 10 races in 1962, winning 9 and placing second once. He won the Italian National GT championship that year and his track success with the early GTO contributed significantly in cementing what would become the GTO legend.
|A rare feat for any race car, it retains its original engine, gearbox, and rear axle, as well as its factory Series II body.|
Maintained in highly original condition, this GTO is the most valuable motor car ever offered for public sale.