250 GTO '62

Ferrari 250 GTO '62
2,953 cc
Max. Power
295 BHP / 7,500 rpm
Max. Torque
30.6 kgfm / 6,000 rpm
4,325 mm
1,600 mm
1,210 mm
PP 524.46
#Racing Car
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This 250 GTO is one of the last Ferraris to combine the characteristics of road cars and racing cars. It's not the rarest Ferrari of them all, and maybe there are fairer models around, But if you like good stories, I'm sure you'll become fond of this car! Even if you include the 330 GT and the series 2 cars, Only 39 of these 250 GTOs were built in total. and each one of them has its own unique tale. This car, chassis number 3729GT, is a right-hand drive built for the UK. It was purchased by Jaguar dealer and race car driver John Coombs, and it was originally white but painted red in 1966. Really famous drivers including Graham Hill, Richie Ginther and Mike Parkes, drove this car in the UK during the 1960s. It was later owned and raced by the British racing driver Jack Sears for several years. Since 1999 it's been owned by former Microsoft President and chief operating officer, John Shirley. The price of this particular car takes this long storied history into account.
McKeel Hagerty
How to acquire the Ferrari 250 GTO '62
The Ferrari 250 GTO '62 can be acquired from the Legend Cars dealer. It was last added on March 25th, 2024 for Cr. 20,000,000.
Hagerty / Legend Car Dealership history
April 11th, 2022
Cr. 20,000,000
June 24th, 2022
Cr. 20,000,000
October 17th, 2022
Cr. 20,000,000
January 12th, 2023
Cr. 20,000,000
April 8th, 2023
Cr. 20,000,000
July 10th, 2023
Cr. 20,000,000
October 4th, 2023
Cr. 20,000,000
December 28th, 2023
Cr. 20,000,000
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