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Car and Driver: Ex–Stirling Moss Ferrari Is the Second-Most-Expensive Car Ever to Sell at Auction

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Sterling Moss Ferrari at Artcurial


A 1957 Ferrari 335S Spider once raced by Sir Stirling Moss brought $35.8 million at the Artcurial auction at the Retromobile event in France, making it the second-most-expensive car ever to sell at auction. That is, if you’re measuring in dollars.


Sterling Moss Ferrari, front


The Retromobile car sold for 32.075 million euros, which translates to $35.8 million. The most-expensive car to sell at auction was a 1962/63 Ferrari 250GTO sold by Bonhams at the 2014 Quail auction in California, which netted $38,115,000. However, if you look at that California sale based on the then-current exchange rate, it was only 28.5 million euros. (The dollar has appreciated against the Euro since then.)


Sterling Moss Ferrari, rear


This 1957 Ferrari 335S Spider took the checkered flag at the 1958 Cuba Grand Prix, with Moss at the wheel. This car’s other notable competition drivers include Peter Collins, Wolfgang von Trips, Mike Hawthorn, Masten Gregory, and Luigi Musso. This is not the first car with Stirling Moss provenance to flirt with the “most expensive” title. In 2012, a Ferrari 250GTO sold for $35 million in a private sale, in what was then considered to be the highest price ever paid for an automobile. That car was built for Moss, but an injury prevented him from racing it; it was driven instead by Innes Ireland and Masten Gregory in the 1962 24 Hours of Le Mans. More recently, a 1956 Ferrari 290MM driven by Juan Manuel Fangio brought $28.05 million at an RM auction in New York City in December.


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