The auction house RM Auctions has managed to sell a copy of the Ferrari 250 GTO for $20 million. The owner could be Chris Evans, a BBC presenter.
The Supercar, manufactured between 1962 and 1963, was bought for a total sum of 20 million dollars by an anonymous person whose identity was not disclosed by the auction house.
Rumors say that the new owner of the Italian model is Chris Evans, a popular presenter of the BBC, which two years ago has acquired a Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California from 1961, for a price of seven million euros.
The car is part of the second GTO series, and is characterized by a series of body parts other than those of the 36 units produced in 1962.
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