How much is a 1964 Ferrari worth?

How much is a 1964 Ferrari worth?

At RM Sotheby’s, the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM — one of 32 of its kind — sold for $17.6 million, a record for the car.

How much is a Ferrari 250 LM?

It may look like a prototype but it’s actually road-legal, which allowed it to become one of the most expensive Ferraris ever sold. The price? $18.26 million. With that amount of money, buying one of the 32 250 LMs ever made is a dream only a few can literally afford.

What is a Ferrari LM?

The Ferrari 735 LM (also known as the 121 LM) was a sports racing car produced by Ferrari in 1955. It was the second raced Ferrari, powered by an Aurelio Lampredi-designed inline-6 engine, created as a larger displacement evolution to the engines used in the Ferrari Monza race cars.

How fast is the Ferrari 250 LM?

180.0 mph
Ferrari 250 LM Specs & Performance Data

height 1115 mm / 43.9 in
transmission 5-Speed Manual
tran clutch Single Dry Clutch
top speed ~289.7 kph / 180.0 mph
fuel capacity 130 litres or 34.32 gal.

How old is this Ferrari 250 LM?

Entered by Scuderia Filipinetti, who had taken delivery of the car from the factory in September 1964, this car…. [continue reading] This Ferrari 250 LM is number 23rd of 32 examples constructed. It was ordered through Maranello Concessionaires by privateer Ronald Fry.

When was the last time Ferrari won Le Mans?

In 1965, the 250 LM won Ferrari its last overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That the 250 LM was able to find success even in the prototype class was proof of Ferrari’s engineering excellence.

What was Ferrari’s first mid-engine sport racer?

Ferrari’s first mid-engine sport racer took on prototypes and won Le Mans. Enzo Ferrari managed to do an end run on racing rules in 1962 with the 250 GTO and tried it again with the 250 LM for 1964.

What is the difference between a Ferrari GTO and a LM?

While the GTO followed the storied Ferrari tradition of stuffing twelve cylinders between the front fenders, the LM had its V12 mounted amidships. Placing the engine behind the driver was a predictable move.