Helluva a nice looking car — the price is a reflection that its 1 of 10 in the world; Proceeds of the sale will be donated to charity:

 

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Bloomberg reports its “the most paid at auction for the Italian carmaker anywhere in the world and the most for any car bought at a U.S. public sale.”

 

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One Response to “1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T Spider = $27.5 million”

  1. Joe Friday says:

    Really sweet car, but either that is getting awful frothy or the 1957 Ferrari 250 GT 14-Louver Berlinetta was a STEAL.

    The pre-auction price spread between the two ranged from $3 million to $8 million, but the sales price spread was $18 million.

    And the 250 is “one of only eight surviving examples and had a race history that included a 4th in Class at the 1957 Mille Miglia”.

    Now that’s some chops.