Scaglietti's original 250 GTO wireframe heads to auction
The jig – bought directly from Ferrari by its current owner in the 1980s – is one of the two produced in period by Scaglietti, used as a reference point for the GTO’s sumptuous aluminium bodywork. With the other being retained by Ferrari, and currently on show in the Modena museum, it represents a unique opportunity to acquire what is possibly the ultimate collectable for the high-end Ferrari enthusiast. Of course, it could be used as a template for a faithful recreation, but considering its beauty – and the estimate of €100,000 to €150,000 – it’s more likely to be employed as a work of art in its own right. Scaglietti’s Ferrari 250 GTO wireframe will be sold at Aguttes’ auction in Lyon on 21 March.