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The fact that this car was originally painted metallic blue and had a red leather interior—a charming change of pace in the red-over-tan sea of Ferrari-dom—doesn't seem to have hurt its value, although Gooding's description of the car more or less encourages the next owner to return it to its original colors. (Naturally, it was painted resale red by a car dealer in New York in the late 1960s, pretty much as soon as it was brought over to the States and traded in on a new Jaguar E-type.)

We've gathered the top 25 from the entire weekend. According to Hagerty Insurance, which had employees in the crowd at each of the live auctions, at least 805 cars were sold for a total of more than $400 million. These 25 cars make up a whopping $180,715,000 of a reported $397 million overall total.

Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider 1957: Unique en son genre

La California Spider était construite autour d’un cadre tubulaire en acier à section elliptique. S’il y a deux mots dans le vocabulaire Ferrari qui font couler le sang dans n’impo…

Ferrari 250 GT/58 LWB California Spyder 0937GT ✔

Ferrari 250 GT/58 LWB California Spyder 0937GT ✔

Regarded as one of the most functional and beautiful cars ever made, the Charlie's Angels 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder was put on auction by an English dealer ‘Talacrest’ with a handsome price tag of $7.8 million, to become one of the most expensive Ferrari.

Regarded as one of the most functional and beautiful cars ever made, the Charlie's Angels 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder was put on auction by an English dealer ‘Talacrest’ with a handsome price tag of $7.8 million, to become one of the most expensive Ferrari.

Million-makers: The big-money stars of the Scottsdale sales | Classic Driver Magazine

The Scottsdale auction week promises a slew of million-dollar cars, but which are the undisputed blue-chip stars from Bonhams, Gooding and RM? We take a look at the three candidates with the highest price expectations…

1957 Ferrari 250 GT California

Although founded in 1939 by Enzo Ferrari, it wasn't until 1947 that the company was recognized as an auto manufacturer when it completed its first car

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In 1962, the finest Ferrari you could buy was undoubtedly the 250 GT Berlinetta. The car that would give rise to the legendary 250 GTO,...

In 1962, the finest Ferrari you could buy was undoubtedly the 250 GT Berlinetta. The car that would give rise to the legendary 250 GTO, the 250 GT is considered by many to be the peak of Ferrari's classic front-engined...