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Rare Ferrari 250GT California Spider Is Worth A Lot Of Money (11 pics)

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  • 11 May, 2015  |
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This Ferrari 250GT California Spider is a very rare car. You don't see many of them around and that's because they're worth $20 million dollars nowadays. To most people that's enough money for 100 lifetimes.

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№1 Author: Slugsie (11 May 2015 03:57) Total user comments: 1588


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$20M is 100 lifetimes of money for most people? Really? $200,000 in a lifetime? $5,000 a year for 40 years? Really?
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№2 Author: rap31264 (11 May 2015 06:00) Total user comments: 2


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That's the car(s) used in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. They used a real one for certain shots and had replicas built...and it was red.
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№3 Author: shade (11 May 2015 16:27) Total user comments: 1624


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Slugsie,
>$5,000 a year for 40 years? Really?

Yes, actually. I'd take it any day, with the current dollar exchange rate in my country.
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№4 Author: LewisJones (11 May 2015 18:08) Total user comments: 2206


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there are much better auto sites, don't try and become one......at least not with low res pics.
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№5 Author: m40doug (11 May 2015 22:40) Total user comments: 22


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Isn't 20M 20,000,000.00 and not 200,000.00 which would be 200 thousand?
500,000.00 a year?
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№6 Author: Slugsie (11 May 2015 23:21) Total user comments: 1588


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m40doug,
Yes, 20M is indeed 20,000,000. So what? The original comment said that 20M was enough for 100 lifetimes. Thus 200,000 a lifetime, or 5,000 a year for 40 years in each lifetime.
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