Testarossa | The precious darling

It is official that the 250 Testarossa 1957 was the most expensive car ever sold on British soil! The 250 driven by bygone world champion F1, Phil Hill, recently caught the 29 million euros at auction. The miracle of Ferrari, one of the five best and most beautiful Ferrari ever stepped on that road, according to experts and automotive purists legendary brand, now owned by the billionaire investor Eric Heerema, who decided to sell it and increase so his fortune with a few more millions. The sale price makes this Testarossa the most expensive car ever sold in England, taking the lead from the Ferrari 250 GTO, who also belonged to Heerema. Something tells us that the guy knows something about investments.

Testarossa

Testarossa

Testarossa

Testarossa

The classic Ferrari had won several races and had managed to complete twice the 24hour endurance race at Le Mans. The price even who caught three times by the same sold another Testarossa in 2009. The league laurels, the rarity and the fact that it remains in its original form is that fired the price to record levels.

Testarossa

Testarossa

Testarossa

Testarossa

This model was only the second prototype that came out of Maranello and was the factory of Ferrari racing for two seasons, when Enzo finally took the decision to build another 19 for an equal number of loyal customers. Course is designed by the innovative pen too Sergio Scaglietti and was always his favorite car. The 250 Testarossa was given in 1967 at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan, where he remained for 30 years.

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By Nicole P.

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