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Edited by Richard O'Brien and Hank Hersch
October 06, 1997
Last week's Louis Vuitton Classic auto show brought 50 of the world's rarest cars to New York City. They included these celebrated Ferraris, in honor of the Prancing Horse's 50th anniversary.
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October 06, 1997

Horses

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Last week's Louis Vuitton Classic auto show brought 50 of the world's rarest cars to New York City. They included these celebrated Ferraris, in honor of the Prancing Horse's 50th anniversary.

1962 250 GTO.
Once owned by Grand Prix champ John Surtees. Value: $4,000,000.

'63 250/330 P.
Finished third at Le Mans that year. $2,500,000.

'60 250 GT SWB.
Stirling Moss listened to its radio while racing. $2,000,000.

'47 166 Spyder Corsa.
Oldest surviving Ferrari. $1,500,000.

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