For most car aficionados the 250 GTO needs no introduction. Many consider it to be the most successful road and track vehicle ever built by Ferrari. It's also widely considered as the last, and best, of an era when you'd drive your car to Le Mans, race it for 24 hours, and then drive it back home - hopefully, after at least an oil change and a good night's sleep. This combination makes it one of the rarest and most valuable collector's cars - the 'white whale' of the soaring classic car market of the last decades.
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