Ferrari's 60th in America: Gallery

Ferrari celebrated 60 years in the US with a star-studded event in Beverly Hills. Full gallery here

To celebrate 60 years in the United States, Ferrari held a swanky gala dinner in Beverly Hills. With hundreds of iconic cars including the 308 GTS, Testarossa, Steve McQueen's 275 GTB/4, a whole raft of Daytona and Le Mans winners and a 'priceless' 250 GTO on display, the Italians pulled out all the stops to make the event a memorable one.

The event also played host as the venue for the unveiling of Ferrari's new F60 America, the ultra-exclusive open-top sports car based on the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The first 458 Speciale A was also sold for an eye-watering £560,000, though much of the proceeds from that will go to charity.

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