Ferrari marked it’s 70th (official) birthday last month – ignoring the 1940 Auto Avio Costruzioni 815 designed and built by Enzo Ferrari but not named Ferrari due to contractual disputes.

We’re a little late to the party. Having covered the evolution of the Porsche 911 last month, we thought to follow it up with 10 of the greatest Ferrari’s ever produced, and what they’ll cost you to buy. Spoiler alert: you’ll need a large bank balance.

Prices quoted are for cars in excellent condition. Rare variations or cars with historical significance are not considered.

Ferrari 166MM Barchetta

Ferrari 166MM Barchetta

Estimated auction price in 2018: $6,000,000

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Ferrari 250 GTO

Ferrari 250 GTO

Estimated auction price in 2018: $40,000,000

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Ferrari 275 GT/B NART Spyder

Ferrari 275 GTB NART Spyder

Estimated auction price in 2018: $900,000

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Dino 206 GT

Dino 206 GT

Estimated auction price in 2018: $600,000

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Ferrari 308

Ferrari 308

Estimated auction price in 2018: $70,000

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Ferrari 288 GTO

Ferrari 288 GTO

Estimated auction price in 2018: $2,500,000

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Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona”

Ferrari 365 GTB 4 Daytona

Estimated auction price in 2018: $600,000

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Ferrari Testarossa

Ferrari Testarossa

Estimated auction price in 2018: $150,000

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Ferrari F40

Ferrari F40

Estimated auction price in 2018: $1,500,000

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Ferrari F50

Ferrari F50

Estimated auction price in 2018: $2,000,000

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Price histories for 6000+ Ferarri sales…

We have almost 1000 variations of Ferrari models produced since 1950 that have gone up for auction in our database – that represents over 6500 sales. You can search through them all here.