Two of the three wild Ferraris, which was under the hammer at an online auction by the auction house RM sotheby's, was sold to lucky buyers.
The third Ferrari, an F50 is still for sale.
In advance were the three rare Ferraris total assessed to a hammerslagspris of up to 55 million dollars, just as they were assessed to be the three most expensive cars. The price for the two sold Ferraris, a Ferrari Enzo and a Ferrari 288 GTO, landed on the total 33 billion crowns.
Enzoen was sold at a price of 2.64 billion u.s. dollars, equivalent to approximately 17.6 million Danish kroner. 288 GTO'eren was sold 2,31 million dollars, the equivalent of 15.4 million Danish kroner.
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This Ferrari Enzo, which from new has travelled less than 2000 km, was sold to over 17 million crowns. Photo: RM sotheby's
the Ferrari 288 GTO'eren, as you see here, was sold for 15.4 million dollars. Photo: RM sotheby's
While it succeeded for the RM sotheby's to get the hammer in Enzoen and 288 GTO'eren, it went not quite as easy with the Ferrari F50'eren.
the Specimen, which was not sold, it is just another copy of a total of 349 F50's, which was built, the V12-powered F50's.
It has been driven 5425 km from new, but even if it does not run anymore, has it recently been through a comprehensive service, which amounted to 30,000 euros, equivalent to approximately 223.000 euros.
Hyperbilen is for sale for 2.5 million dollars, equivalent to approximately 16.7 million dollars.
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