1987 Ferrari GTO Evoluzione Coupe

No Ferrari would ever be considered common, but very few are this rare. Ferrari developed the 288 GTO as its entry for the FIA's wildly popular Group B class, with the FIA allowing manufacturers up to 20 "evolution" models per year as class-legal development models. The 288 GTO Evoluzione would bridge the gap between the 288 GTO and the F40, the latter model created to salvage Ferrari's investment when Group B was disbanded in the interest of safety. With larger turbos and better tuning, the Evoluzione produced 650 horsepower, an increase of 250 over the 288 GTO's 400. The bodywork would foreshadow the F40 to come and would serve as a testbed for that car. This Evoluzione is the fourth of five remaining, was completed in 1988, and sold to Belgian racing driver Jean Blaton, who raced at Le Mans 15 times, 11 in Ferraris. The car would eventually end up in North America under the ownership of Ferrari afficiando Lance Stroll, before returning to Europe in 2019, where it will go to auction October 18-21 via RM Sotheby's.

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