1960 Ferrari California Sells For Over $11 Million At Pebble Beach Auction

The weekend in Pebble Beach ended with a big sale. The 1960 California 250 LWB Spider Competizione was bought by an anonymous collector for over $11 million.

The car comes from the Sherman M. Wolf collection, who had bought it from its first owner in 1979 and owned it until last weekend. A rare car that also only had two owners.

Other auction highlights from Ferrari included a 1985 288 GTO, sold for $1 million, and a 340 MM Spider, sold for almost $4.5 million.


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