This 1985 288 GTO—along with a 1991 F40, a 1996 F50, and a 2002 Enzo—are the Ferrari “hypercars” included in the auction. Boasting in excess of 2,000 brake horsepower among them, they embody the peak of supercar engineering in their respective eras and form an important part of Ferrari’s reputation. The 288 GTO was the next in line after the 250 GTO, thought by many to be the finest sports racer Ferrari ever produced. Born from the 1984 FIA Group B race and rally homologation regulations, it was intended as a racing car but never made it to the tracks. Still, it was considered an extraordinary car.
Estimate: $1,715,000 – $2,145,000