The 1963 Ferrari driven by Cameron Diaz is listed for $7.7 million making it one of the world’s most expensive cars


A beautiful 1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder, which is a result of the fine collaboration between Enzo Ferrari, Pininfarina, and Scaglietti, is up on sale in the UK. The car, which is considered one of the most beautiful cars ever built, is 53rd of 55 built and has starred in many films, including Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. This particular model that turns 50 next year sports a 3-liter V12 engine and an incredible 280bhp. It uses a four-speed gearbox, a sprint of 0-60mph in eight seconds, and a top speed of 149mph.

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The classic Ferrari which is much like a shining jewel for car collectors, has been put up on auction for a whopping £5 million ($7.77 million). The car wore a shade of grey when it left the factory, but was resprayed red later on. Then it was sent back to Italy for a full ‘nut and bolt’ restoration, returning its grey color and pretty looks.
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[Thesun]

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