1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

VIN: ZFFPA16B000058335

$4,405,000

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1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

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Vehicle specs

  • Chassis/VIN

    ZFFPA16B000058335

  • Body style

    Coupe

  • Odometer

    15005 K

  • Transmission type

    Standard

  • Engine Type

    V8

  • Horsepower

    400

  • Induction

    FI-2T

  • Interior Color

    Black

  • Exterior Color

    Red

  • Generation

    1984-1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

Vehicle details

Notes and observations recorded by Hagerty staff.

Equipment

2,855/400hp twin-turbo, 5-speed, air conditioning, power windows, Ferrari Classiche certified, recent timing belt service reported.

Condition

#3 Good

Runs and drives well. Flaws not noticeable to passersby. Most common condition.

About Hagerty’s condition ratingsClose

Delivered new to Hollywood Sports cars in LA and reportedly kept by owner Cris Vandagriff as his personal car for nearly 10 years. Featured on the cover of Automobile magazine and in the pages of Playboy. Showing just 15,004 km (9,324 miles). Very good paint with only minor stone damage to the nose. The engine and mechanicals are clean but not overly detailed, and the left exhaust outlets hang visibly lower than the right, the driver seat has a few wrinkles and creases and the driver footwell carpet is a bit worn and dirty. A good looking, lightly used 288 GTO.

Market commentary

The original Ferrari halo car and with 272 built the rarest, the 288 GTO isn't a car that comes to market often so we were watching this one closely. Even more closely as Monterey Car Week progressed, since the F40, F50 and Enzo all broke world record prices in the prior days. 288s have also come a long way in price. Ten years ago these weren't even seven-figure cars, and in 2016 this one was a $1.95M no-sale at RM Arizona. Here, though, it completed the sweep and brought more than any 288 has at auction previously.