A classic Ferrari in excellent condition is going to cost a pretty penny no matter what its history looks like. But if it’s the car driven by Stirling Moss during his legendary three-out-of-three victory streak back during the heyday of Formula One, it’s worth approximately $11 million!
That’s according to the recent sale of the car to an anonymous buyer, who bought the Ferrari 250 GT SWB chassis number 2119 from British businessman Nigel Corner, who owned the car since 2003.
This particular Ferrari is generally considered by car buffs to be one of the most revered in existence – well worth an $11 million asking price (if you can afford it).
Take a look at some photos of the car in the above gallery.