• Glenn Wilson
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    Barry Ritholtz wrote: The collectible car market can be funny sometimes. Cars that are not especially important or pretty or fast sometimes catch a bid, skyrocketing in value. Others quietly depreciate for what seems like forever. And then there are the sleepers, the overlooked cars that have become (relatively) cheap, but have the potential to rise in values.

    I suspect the Ferrari 456 is one such sleeper.

    The beautiful wedge shape is understated, and even prettier in person. Designed as a 2+2 coupé grand tourer, produced from 1992 to 2003, it was the handiwork of Pietro Camardella at Pininfarina. A very ‘90s big touring car: its 436HP 5.5-liter quad-cam V12 sits up front, with a gated 6-speed shifter (automatic was not an option until 1997). The 456 name derives not from the HP but the cylinder size: each of the 12 displaces 456 cubic centimeters. ...

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    More at The Big Picture: 1995 Ferrari 456 GT 6-Speed. More #BigPicture.

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