I've been a vintage and exotic car fan ever since I was a little girl. My parents had Corvettes and used to show and race them. I spent time around the track looking at polished beauties and I've been hooked ever since.
As I got older, I was asked to manage a few car collections. I've bought and sold privately for clients, a few of their cars ended up in my garage, and others sent to major auctions.
This morning a red beauty caught my attention and I had to blog about it.
RM Auctions was conducting a private treaty sale of a rare 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO. As you can see, these are beautiful cars.
The 250 GTO was made for racing. There were only 36 of this model made from 1962-1963.
It's been dubbed "Greatest Ferrari of All Time" by Motor Trend Classic and was also ranked 8th on the list of Top Sports Cars by Sports Car International.
This past week, RM Auctions sold said car for $18 million USD. Yes, you heard right, 18 million.
They were mum about the buyer, however leave it to The Sun to report the buyer as British radio host, Chris Evans.
Since when did radio hosts make this kind of money? Outside of Howard Stern - I had no idea the gift of gab could command such a salary.
The Sun reported Evans had to sell three other Ferraris in his collection to acquire this one. I suppose at the end of the day, less is more!