Behold: the 1956 Ferrari 250GT Berlinetta Prototipo – one of a handful of long wheelbase Columbo V12 powered prototypes of the legendary 250GT designed by Pininfarina before Carrozzeria Boano was brought in to finish the production run.
This car – originally made for Enzo Ferrari’s personal friend Guido Cantelli, who died in a plane crash just a few months later – was bought back by Ferrari from his widow, passing through the garages of several serious collectors since then – hence the near mint condition.
Price on application.
Behold: the 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Coupe – the first mass-produced Ferrari (previously, the cars were all custom made for wealthy buyers).
This model – extremely well preserved with its original red leather interior and exterior paint – can be yours for (most likely) upward of €640,000.
A really rather gorgeous 1958 Ferrari 250GT Cabriolet – one of only 40 made and only 11 to retain its original motor and transmission.
Similar in appearance to the (mocked-up) 1961 250GT SWB California Spider that featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, this is the real thing.
Restored to Concours condition and yours for between €7,000,000 and €9,000,000, but probably closer to the latter.