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Most Beautiful Ferraris of All Time

Most Beautiful Ferraris of All Time

The iconic Enzo Ferrari helped build a multi-billion dollar corporation that it is today and in the process assembled some of the most beautiful cars in the world.  In the long history of the company there has been a wide range of impressive and rare cars produced, but which are truly the most beautiful?To answer this question, Ferrari Historian and expert Marcel Massini has put together his list of the 15 most beautiful Ferraris of all time. Massini is an editor for two international Ferrari ma
Posted  09 Sept 25

The iconic Enzo Ferrari helped build a multi-billion dollar corporation that it is today and in the process assembled some of the most beautiful cars in the world.  In the long history of the company there has been a wide range of impressive and rare cars produced, but which are truly the most beautiful?

To answer this question, Ferrari Historian and expert Marcel Massini has put together his list of the 15 most beautiful Ferraris of all time. Massini is an editor for two international Ferrari magazines and is one of the world’s most knowledgeable authorities on the Ferrari brand, with 30 years of professional experience in automotive research. He is also the author of Ferrari 250 LM and Ferrari by Vignale.

So, what are the most beautiful Ferraris of all time? Click ahead to find out!

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15.  375 Plus Cabriolet (1954)

According to Marcel Massini this car ranks #15 because it is “One-off for King Leopold of Belgium and has a huge motor.”Estimated Value:            $10,000,000Units Built:                       1
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

According to Marcel Massini this car ranks #15 because it is “One-off for King Leopold of Belgium and has a huge motor.”

Estimated Value: $10,000,000
Units Built: 1

14. 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta (1967)

Marcel Massini considers the 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta “the poor man's 250 GTO but a 1960s classic.”  Estimated Value:            $900,000Units Built:                       330
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

Marcel Massini considers the 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta “the poor man's 250 GTO but a 1960s classic.” 

Estimated Value: $900,000
Units Built: 330

13. 250 Testa Rossa Spider (1959)

Massini says it has “fantastic looks and (is) a very successful racer.”Estimated Value:            $15,000,000Units Built:                      4
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

Massini says it has “fantastic looks and (is) a very successful racer.”

Estimated Value: $15,000,000
Units Built: 4

12. 250 GT Cabriolet Series 1 (1957)

The 1957 250 GT Cabriolet Series 1 ranks #12 because it is “scarce (36 units), very elegant, clean and simple lines.” Estimated Value:            $3,000,000Units Built:                      36
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

The 1957 250 GT Cabriolet Series 1 ranks #12 because it is “scarce (36 units), very elegant, clean and simple lines.”

Estimated Value: $3,000,000
Units Built: 36

11. 330 P4 Berlinetta (1967)

Massini considers this Berlinetta #11 in ranking: “sensuous lines, highly successful racer, and very rare.” Estimated Value:            $30,000,000Units Built:                       3
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

Massini considers this Berlinetta #11 in ranking: “sensuous lines, highly successful racer, and very rare.”

Estimated Value:            $30,000,000
Units Built:                       3

10. 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta (1963)

The 1963 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta is “extremely elegant and the women love it.” Massini’s  personal preference is blue or gunmetal in this car.Estimated Value:            $500,000Units Built:                      350
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

The 1963 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta is “extremely elegant and the women love it.” Massini’s  personal preference is blue or gunmetal in this car.

Estimated Value: $500,000
Units Built: 350

9. 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” Berlinetta (1968)

“Iconic design, brutal and heavy but superfast” are the characters that make The 1968 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” Berlinetta rank #9. “The 365 GTB/4 was nicknamed by journalists as the Daytona, in honor of Ferraris win at the February 1967 win of the 24 hour race of Daytona Beach, FL” This car must be yellow, according to Marcel Massini.Estimated Value:            $350,000Units Built:                      1,383
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

“Iconic design, brutal and heavy but superfast” are the characters that make The 1968 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” Berlinetta rank #9. “The 365 GTB/4 was nicknamed by journalists as the Daytona, in honor of Ferraris win at the February 1967 win of the 24 hour race of Daytona Beach, FL” This car must be yellow, according to Marcel Massini.

Estimated Value: $350,000
Units Built: 1,383

8. Enzo (2003)

The 2003 Enzo is “super exotic and truly extreme, it is named after the company founder.  The best color for the Enzo is gunmetal grey.”Estimated Value:            $1,300,000Units Built:                     400
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

The 2003 Enzo is “super exotic and truly extreme, it is named after the company founder.  The best color for the Enzo is gunmetal grey.”

Estimated Value: $1,300,000
Units Built: 400

7. 250 GT SWB Berlinetta  (1961)

“Perfect and harmonious styling, a design icon, must be dark blue or silver grey.”Estimated Value:            $3 - 6 MillionUnits Built:                     165
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

“Perfect and harmonious styling, a design icon, must be dark blue or silver grey.”

Estimated Value: $3-$6 Million
Units Built: 165

6. 206 Dino GT (1968)

In Massini’s opinion “the Dino 206 GT has sensuous lines and curves, it must be dark green or silver grey.”Estimated Value:            $300,000Units Built:                      150
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

In Massini’s opinion “the Dino 206 GT has sensuous lines and curves, it must be dark green or silver grey.”

Estimated Value: $300,000
Units Built: 150

5. 166 MM Barchetta (1949)

This 1949 Barchetta has “landmark design, it’s the classic early Ferrari, and must be red.”Estimated Value:            $5,000,000Units Built:                      25
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

This 1949 Barchetta has “landmark design, it’s the classic early Ferrari, and must be red.”

Estimated Value: $5,000,000
Units Built: 25

4. 250 Mille Miglia Berlinetta (1953)

Massini believes the 250 Mille Miglia Berlinetta is “the classic 3 liter race car of the early 50s, must be blue metallic.”Estimated Value:            $3,000,000 Units Built:                      18
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

Massini believes the 250 Mille Miglia Berlinetta is “the classic 3 liter race car of the early 50s, must be blue metallic.”

Estimated Value: $3,000,000
Units Built: 18

3. 250 LM Berlinetta (1964)

The LM Berlinetta 250 ranks #3 because it is the “the last Ferrari winning grueling Le Mans 24 hour race in 1965.”Estimated Value:            $8,000,000 Units Built:                      32
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

The LM Berlinetta 250 ranks #3 because it is the “the last Ferrari winning grueling Le Mans 24 hour race in 1965.”

Estimated Value: $8,000,000
Units Built: 32

2. 250 GTO Series Two (1964)

This GTO’s “aggressive look, long front, short rear, extreme success” is what makes this car rank #2 as Ferraris most beautiful cars in Massini’s eyes. Estimated Value:            $30,000,000 Units Built:                      7
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

This GTO’s “aggressive look, long front, short rear, extreme success” is what makes this car rank #2 as Ferraris most beautiful cars in Massini’s eyes.

Estimated Value: $30,000,000
Units Built: 7

1. 375 Mille Miglia Spider - Chassis #0286 AM only (1953)

This Spider is considered Massini’s most beautiful Ferrari because of it’s “super brutal and aggressive design, one-off and sensational detail.”Estimated Value:            $12,000,000 Units Built:                      1
Photo, Info & Rankings Courtesy: Marcel Massini

This Spider is considered Massini’s most beautiful Ferrari because of it’s “super brutal and aggressive design, one-off and sensational detail.”

Estimated Value: $12,000,000
Units Built: 1

Most Beautiful Ferraris of All Time