The Ferrari GTO. The Italian car company produced this car from 1962-64. A GTO Berlinetta, made for British motor racing legend, Stirling Moss fetched a world-record price at auction in August 2014. The hammer went down at the Bonhams in California at an incredible $38,115,000.
The Ferrari 250 LM (Le Mans). The model was unveiled in 1963 and won the Le Mans 24-hour race for the North American Racing Team in 1965.
The 250 Mille Miglia (MM): A 1953 model was sold at auction last year for $7.26 million.
The 340 MM was produced in 1953. Ferrari cemented their reputation for speed and beauty in the 1950s, becoming the most successful racing marque of the decade.