£120 million worth of Ferraris take centre stage at London’s top classic show.
Daytona and Dino; 250 and F40; GTO and California – these names only mean one thing: Ferrari.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of Ferrari road cars and the London Classic Car Show will celebrate this with an incredible display made up of 20 of the greatest cars ever to wear the famous Prancing Horse.
It’s estimated that the cars will together be valued at more than £120 million as confirmed cars include; a 275 GTB, 250 California, 250 GT SWB, Daytona, Dino, an F40, 250 Lusso, an Enzo plus a 250 GTO, which on its own is worth more than £30 million. The special anniversary showcase is being curated by The London Classic Car Show together with renowned London-based performance car expert Joe Macari.
“With these spectacular machines on display, the centrepiece of the London Classic Car Show will be a veritable ‘red sea’ of Ferraris showing the evolution of the marque over its seven decades,” said event director Bas Bungish.
Classic Ferraris will also be represented in the shows unique feature The Grand Avenue, a live motoring runway. Single-seaters, sports racers and modern supercars will be paraded along the runway, under the 2017 theme of the ‘Perfect Ten’.
Now in its third year, the London Classic Car Show is bigger than ever and will have more than 700 stunning classic cars on display. This year it incorporates a second show, Historic Motorsport International (HMI), which is devoted to historic racing and rallying and will include 50th anniversary celebrations for the Ford DFV Grand Prix engine and the birth of Formula Ford.