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G,T and O are three letters that adorn the world’s most desirable and arguably most valuable Ferrari. Second generation GTO's were born during the early 1980's when many leading motor manufacturers thought FISA's Group B regulations would evolve into the definitive platform for showcasing their most ...

This particular Ferrari was born as a Ferrari 328GTS. In 1987 the car was send to Jim Carpenter in the USA to transform the car in a 288GTO for an amount of about 150.000 US Dollars in 1986-1987. Jim did a great job and used mainly only Original Ferrari spares. He managed to get about 550horsepower ...

A true modern classic – the 360 Challenge Stradale . A total of just 1288 of these road-going race cars were produced with a number of modifications from the Modena, resulting in a dramatic performance increase. We are pleased to offer this particular example for sale, finished in Rosso Corsa with ...

The 308 GTB formed the basis for the later 288 GTO. The 308GTB offered here has lighter fibreglass (vetroresina) bodywork of the very first cars produced, which are the most sought after by enthusiasts today. For pricing and information, please visit our website.

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO £2,449,950

The Ferrari 288 GTO is one of the most famous and recognisable prancing horses ever made and the first in the line of 'special series' production cars. Created as a homologation version of a 308 GTB, the 288 was reportedly produced for Ferrari to compete in Group B racing, with only 272 examples being ...

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