Which Car Is Set To Become the World’s Most Expensive Ferrari?

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Last Updated: Aug 10, 2016

Do you still think a Ferrari 250 GT Lusso or an Aston martin DB4 set record for the world’s most expensive car? Well, think again! Here is another rare classic car Ferrari 275 GTB Completizione Speciale which is being auctioned off by RM Auctions and estimates about $34.1 million. There are well-heeled collectors who are ready to put up top dollars for such rare cars.

GTB 275 RedAs per the estimations, this ultra-free Ferrari is set to be the most expensive Ferrari ever sold.

Ferrari has built just three of the 275 Speciales, in the late 1964 and early 1965 for the race homologations. Most race series require specific road versions of a car in order to clear it for racing.

GTB SpecialeThe GTB Speciale featured the lightweight bodywork and this was the first Ferrari to have independent rear suspension feature.

GTB 275 yellowIf the GTB Speciale sells for anything close to what the estimate suggests, then it will surpass the Ferrari 275 GTB/ 4 NART Spider which was sold for $27.2 million in 2013.

Well, tune in to know what happens to the Speciale when it crosses its block at the RM Auctions which is to start from August 15 in Monterey.

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