Evaluation: US-delivered. Showing 7991 km (4965 miles). Decent paint overall, but there are a few dings and chips on the lower front bumper as well as chips on the lower brake cooling ducts. The underbody is aged but kept in good condition. The interior isn’t overly worn, but the red inserts to the seats appear faded. A decently maintained GTO that has seen use. Major service in July 2020 with $18k worth of work performed.
Bottom Line: Ferraris sold well at Amelia 2023, and this 288 GTO is no exception. This is a strong price for the condition and mileage, and in fact it’s the highest result we’ve seen other than the slightly cleaner $4.4M example sold in Monterey last year.