Get one now: ’63 Ferrari 250 GTE
Not many of us can afford to spend serious 6 figures for an old sports car. But if you can, you should really consider getting one of these 2+2, early Enzo-era V12s. Maybe we are projecting here because it is true, they are not the most sought after and valuable models. But we like the versatility of having rear seats even if they are used for the dog or luggage. The seats do look comfy enough for 2 adults however. The 250 GTE was a bread & butter money-maker for Ferrari. And very successful too. They built 955 of them in a 3 year period. Of course Ferrari was building other models and race cars at the time too. They managed to build 39 GTOs at the time and that turned out okay for some people. Today’s featured Ferrari is a really beautiful example with a known history from day one. It retains its original drivetrain which has been treated to a very thorough maintenance program to get it in top running condition. The seller states they have invoices totally over $21,000 for the work performed. By the way, Symbolic Motor Cars performed the work and they are one of the most knowledgeable Enzo-era shops/dealers out there. No But It Now figure but we can imagine close to $300,000 or perhaps more will be necessary to make it yours. The Hagerty valuation tools we consulted for this number support that figure and Sports Car Market database has a recent sale at the number. The trajectory for future appreciation is near vertical. Click here for the eBay listing.