10. 250 LM Ferrari In 1965, he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and became an icon. In 2015, one of them sold for 18.26 million dollars, making it the first Ferrari ever with a centrally located engine. 9. California Spider Competition Ferrari 250 GT LWB There were only nine produced, so it is certain you won't see one on the road.
In 2016, one was sold for $18.5 million. 8. Competizione Ferrari 375-Plus Spider A racing car created to compete in the legendary Mille Miglia race of 1954, where it finished second. In 2014, it sold for as much as 19 million dollars to an unknown collector.
7. The Ferrari 250 GT California Spider SWB was introduced in 1983 Experts weren't surprised when one copy sold for 19.2 million dollars in 2015, because many consider it the most beautiful Ferrari ever made. 6. 275 GTB-C Speciale Ferrari Its price has skyrocketed over the past ten years.
Designed to be a racing car, it has an all-aluminum body and a 3-liter V12 engine that adds 70 horsepower. A 27.4 million dollar price was reached in the last transaction in 2014. 5. Spider version of the Ferrari 275 GTB4 S Only 10 examples were produced at the end of the 1960s.
Each was ordered by Ferrari dealer and NART boss Luigi Chinetti, who paid the factory $8,000. The second part of Chinetti's order for 15 cars was canceled, however, since sales did not go well. Even though no market sales have been recorded, analysts estimate that it is worth around $25 million.
4. 290 MM Ferrari Here's another racing car. Considering this particular car was driven by Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1956 Mille Miglia race, you shouldn't be surprised at the 29.1 million dollar price tag.
3. 335 Sport Scaglietti Ferrari
In the late 1950s, greats such as Peter Collins, Maurice Trintignante, and Wolfgang von Trips raced it in the 12 Hours of Sebring and the Mille Miglia.
Following his retirement from racing, he spent the next 40 years with one owner before being sold for 36.7 million euros in 2016. 2. 250 GTO Ferrari Despite coming in second, this Ferrari 250 GTO is still the most expensive car sold at auction.
Jo Schlesser raced it in 1968, the year of his debut in F1. A $39.6 million price was paid for the car in 2014. 1. 250 GTO Ferrari He finished fourth at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1963, and the following year he won the Tour de France.
Despite racing, it has never been damaged. He already owns a whole stable of classic Ferraris, which he bought from David MacNiel, CEO of WatherTech. It was a secret deal, and the car in the picture paid 70.2 million dollars.
Marcel Massini, Ferrari's most respected historian, estimates that the price will break the $100 million mark within five years, despite the price appearing excessive.