RM Sotheby’s presents the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider by Scaglietti for bidding from $12 to $14 million. This auto model is the 11th of all 50 LWB California Spiders made. It comes with covered headlamps and its previous owners were Gerald Roush and Anthony Wang. Patrick Ottis is the one who completed its full mechanical rebuild. This car is also the winner of the Emeritus Cup at the 2016 Cavallino Classic aside from being a Ferrari Classiche certified.
Underneath the hood can be found a 222.5 bhp 2,953 cc overhead camshaft Colombo V12 packed with triple Weber carburettors. It also has a four speed MT with independent front suspension through A-arms, coil springs and the telescopic shocks. The car comes with a wheelbase of 102.4 inches.
Do not miss this opportunity of beholding a fine Ferrari which is most likely to be a center of any car collection especially among sport GTs. Visit rmsothebys.com for more information and details.
Ferrari is a renowned Maranello-based manufacturer of high end sports cars. It was started by Enzo Ferrari way back in 1939 with their first ever auto made in 1940.