How much is a Ferrari 166 MM barchetta?

How much is a Ferrari 166 MM barchetta?

This 1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta by Touring is just one of 32 ever built, and one of just 25 examples given the Barchetta designation. It was owned and raced by future Scuderia Ferrari driver Eugenio Castellotti, and could go for as much as $10 million when it crosses the block.

How much is a barchetta worth?

A: The average price of a Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is $405,538.

How many Ferrari barchetta are there?

Just 448 individually numbered Ferrari 550 Barchettas were built to celebrate Pininfarina’s 70th anniversary. It differs from its closed-roof counterpart in a number of ways – some intricate, some obvious.

How much is a Ferrari 166 Inter?

Thanks to low production with just over three dozen built and the Ferrari badge, of course, values are still quite high. A 1950 166 Inter sold for $655,783 in 2010, and another hit $870,325 in 2014. Compare that to the contemporary 166MM racers, which routinely top $2 million.

How much is a 1948 Ferrari is worth?

1948 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta 0038M – sold for $3,080,000 One of three 1950 Touring Barchettas originally built with one door.

What type of car is a Barchetta?

When applied to an automobile, barchetta describes a small car that is open-topped, without provision of a removable or foldable top for weather protection.

Is a barchetta a real car?

What is a Ferrari barchetta?

When Gianni Agnelli found himself in front of the then-new Ferrari 166MM in 1948, he couldn’t help noticing that it resembled a small motorboat. Thus goes the story of how the term barchetta (meaning “small boat” in Italian) evolved from sea to land.

What car has only 7 in the world?

The brainchild of Dubai-based W Motors, the Lykan is the first supercar made by a company located in the Middle East. It was featured in the film Furious 7 and has already built up its supercar cachet as one of the most expensive and limited production cars ever — W Motors plan to produce only seven units of the car.

Is a Barchetta a real car?