1964 Ferrari 250 LM

Coupe12-cyl. 3286cc/320hp 6 Weber Carbs

North America


Drivers Club

Sold August 13, 2015

Hagerty expert commentary
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Silver painted wire wheels, Dunlop Racing blackwalls, fire system, dual fuel fillers, covered Marchal headlights, sliding Plexiglas side windows with round air vents, comes with a spare 128F engine, spare crankshaft and set of wheels and tires.
Good older repaint with minor stars and edge chips. Scuffed side windows but good windshield with beginning edge delamination. Sound but aged and faded original upholstery. An honest old race car. Ambitiously and frequently raced by Ron Fry in England when new, then by subsequent owners David Skailes and Jack Maurice. Restored in the mid-80s for Richard Colton with an original style nose replacing the Drogo nose fitted by Skailes. Later in the Hayashi and Matsuda collections in Japan. Ferrari Classiche certified. One of the best, least used, LMs.
The star of the Pinnacle Portfolio and the most expensive automobile sold in this year's Monterey auctions, a deserved distinction and an appropriate price.
Hagerty Condition Rating#3 GoodRuns and drives well. Flaws not noticeable to passersby. Most common condition.
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Vehicle specs
Engine TypeV12
Induction6x2 bbl
Transmission typeStandard
Interior ColorBlue, Gray
Exterior ColorRed
Top ColorN/A
Seller details
RM Sotheby's
Event dateAug 13 - Aug 15, 2015
LocationMonterey, CA; US
AuctionRM Sotheby's
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