A farmer wine direct from the Netherlands suddenly rich. All thanks to a Ferrari 250 GTO output in 1962. For the sake of having an antique car is very limited in this world, a U.S. billionaire willing to pay 35 million dollars.
Eric Heerema, wine growers, buying a sports car is 10 years ago for 8.5 million dollars. Dutch man made his fortune from investing business and since then it runs a vineyard in England, where he lived.
Ferrari 250 GTO was made only 39 pieces. Models that were sold last week made for British racing driver, Stirling Moss. Moss would have never driven that model because after the completion, in 1962, he ended his racing career by accident.
Ferrari still participate in the 24 hours Le Mans race in 1962, but it is the first and last time the car following the race.