The unique Ferrari 250 LM supercar was sold at Sotheby's auction in New York. Organizers of the auction managed to realize the car for record 14,3 million dollars. About it reports Bloomberg.



The supercar only 1,1 meters high was made by masterful Carrozzeria Scaglietti in 1964. In total 32 copies were made. The car was equipped with the 320 h.p. of Ferrari 250 of LM 3,3-liter engine became well-known thanks to participation in the races "24 hours of Le Mans". At a wheel of this model sat including such known racers as Charles-Jochen Rindt and Masten Gregory however sold in New York a copy belonged to other known athletes — Fausto Morello and Guillermo Ortega.



Initially Ferrari 250 LM was exposed on auction at the price of 12 million dollars, however very quickly the cost of the unique supercar flew up up. Despite fullness of a hall of the auction to the full, the client who has called through the agent on phone became the winner. The name of the rich buyer isn't reported.

 

 

Let's note that Ferrari 250 LM became one of the most expensive cars ever sold at auctions.