It’s A Record Breaker! 25 O Selles At Auction for £400,000!

Today was a very special day as the UK record for the highest price paid for a registration at a DVLA Auction was smashed.

The registration “25 O” sold for a hammer price of £400,000. The previous record was set in 2009 when “1 D” went for £285,000.

With fees this makes a massive £518,480!

Ferrari GTO

Could this be where the plate is heading for?

A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta became the most valuable car in history to be sold at auction when it fetched $38,115,000 (£22,843,633) at Bonham’s auction in Carmel, California.

Surpassing the current record of the most valuable car sold at auction, which was also set by Bonhams with the Fangio Mercedes Benz grand prix racer that sold for £17.5 million at Bonhams’ auction last year at Goodwood, the Ferrari GTO had been the subject of intense interest from the world’s enthusiasts and, more importantly, its well-heeled collectors and investors.

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