This legendary Ferrari was built in only two copies. Historians and connoisseurs of rare cars consider it the most beautiful Ferrarie ever created. The 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider is an absolutely stunning car. It is capable of reaching speeds of 220 kilometers per hour, but now such a luxurious model only adorns the garages of collectors who blow dust off it and carefully protect it.
Its sleek, curvy red body houses a 320-horsepower V‑12 engine capable of challenging the finest German sports cars of the era. Its technical features and racing capabilities undoubtedly deserve respect, but what captures above all is, of course, its visual beauty.
The beautiful contours of this Ferrari are something that is rarely seen in modern cars of our time. This design has absorbed a whole philosophy. One can only hope that this philosophy has not died, but is only inactive at the present time. After all, as you know, everything new is a well-forgotten old and someday we will return to such cars again.
Such a vehicle could end up in your garage for as little as $4.8 million. It was for such money that a 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider of 1957 was sold at an auction in Monaco on May 12, 2012.
Such a luxury is available only to the richest collectors, who, having acquired it, will never let anyone near their garage. But we have a great opportunity to admire this Ferrari in photos
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