Nick Mason takes Brian Johnson for a drive in a Ferrari 250 GTO


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Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and AC/DC lead artist Brian Johnson aren't simply demigods—they're significant vehicle lovers. So they're among a small bunch of individuals that can bear the cost of a Ferrari 250 GTO, however really like it too.

In a couple of sections from Johnson's "A Life On The Road" TV program, Mason flaunted his vehicle assortment and had a good time with Johnson in the GTO.

As a boost, GTO means "gran adage omologato," Italian for "fabulous visiting homologation." It implies the vehicle's motivation as a homologation uncommon for sports-vehicle hustling in the mid 1960s, and the name was along these lines appropriated by Pontiac for its GTO muscle vehicle, and utilized on two later Ferraris, the 288 GTO and 599 GTO.

None of these vehicles can coordinate with the family of the first 250 GTO, nonetheless. Its extraordinariness (only 39 were made), plan, and hustling history make it the sacred goal of Ferraris. Artisan isn't anxious about utilizing his GTO like a normal vehicle, however.

"It's completely acceptable out and about," he said during the drive, adding that he utilized it to take both of his little girls to their weddings.

Nick additionally utilized the GTO as security to back Pink Floyd's 1987 visit, supporting the band's thirteenth studio collection, "A Momentary Lapse of Reason." The GTO can most likely fund significantly more than that today. It's viewed as among the world's most important gatherer vehicles, with one model affirmed to have exchanged hands for $70 million out of 2018, and others selling for $50 million and $40 million lately.


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Yes, I saw the video a coupla months ago ......fascinating :)
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