Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Mitchj, Feb 5, 2010.
styling wise, the series 1 is significantly more attractive
Almost entirely blocking the air dam with the numberplate
Fucking sexy cars though.
does anyone have any good series 1 250gto pics they could share?
so ahead of its time
only thing i think i like better is the daytona coupe.
where can I place my bid?
i'll bid $1,400 CASH right now
there's a 1960's 2xx model ferrari that gets around near my gf's parents place every now and then during summer
apparently it's worth 500k+, the engine note is insane
i'm pretty sure the plates are 250 LM but i don't think it could be one of them considering how much they're worth
very un ferrari like
yeah that's not it, i'll see if i can find a pic
Series 2 is not sexy.
Why is there duct tape on the wheels???
$10,000,000 is my final
The Series II are a tough call. On one hand, they are very elegant and point to many other future 1960's Ferraris. The styling cues were found later in great cars like the 275GTB and the 500 Superfast (among others).
On the other hand, the Series II departs from the racing purity of the original GTO and added length, width and weight, all of which are bad to add to a competition vehicle.
In reality, all of the approx 34 GTO's vary in detail, but the Series II models are generally the least loved.
This car will probably sell for 15-20 million.
Who's auctioning it off? I haven't heard about this.