Ferraris Dominate Top 5 at Gooding & Co. Scottsdale Auction, 275 GTB One-Off Hits $8 Million

While the Ferrari market has retreated a small amount since its meteoric rise over the past half-decade or so, Gooding & Company found the Italian delicacies of significant importance to its bottom-line during its Scottsdale auction this past weekend. Of the top four sellers, Ferrari accounted for three spots, including the most expensive vehicle Gooding & Company sold. That top seller was the appropriately-hyped 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB “Speciale,” an early, one-off show car crafted by Pininfarina rather than Scaglietti. Various differences between production 275 GTBs and this “Speciale” version can be found, including the hood design and several interior features, and all were noticed by potential bidders, all the… Read More

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