Sold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & CompanySold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & Company
Sold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & Company

Would you spend US$3 million on a car you’ve never seen? Ferrari leaves Porsche and Aston Martin in the dust, setting a record for most expensive car sold online

Most internet purchases don’t cost US$3.08 million, but that is what one car enthusiast spent on a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB as online auctions become more popular and trusted, but not all supercars are leaving the lot

Topic |   Auctions
Sold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & CompanySold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & Company
Sold: a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB went for US$3.08 million, setting a new world record for the most expensive car at an online auction. Photo: Gooding & Company
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