FERRARI 250 California SpyderClassic Car
Largely built for the American market, California Spyders were that bit more sporting than the 250 GT Cabriolets they were based on. By 1960 just under 50 long wheelbase versions were built with 240bhp engines. Eight inches was then chopped from the middle of the car to create the short wheelbase version. Power went up to 280bhp and another 50 of these were sold over the next three years. They can be worth around 25% more than the LWB cars, but the rare alloy-bodied versions of either (just 12 built) can hit the £5m mark.