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GTO London commemorates 50 years of the Ferrari GTO with luxury cufflinks


The going price for a Ferrari 250 GTO , at least in the auction market, has a base of seven figures. That means that if you have plans of owning one, you need to have a pretty deep set of pockets.

But if finances are a question, you can still own something akin to a 250 GTO, except that instead of the actual classic Ferrari, you’ll be going home with a set of cufflinks.

Courtesy of GTO London, the gentleman’s accessory specialist, the Ferrari 250 GTO Barrel Ignition Cufflinks are probably the next best thing to owning an actual Ferrari 350 GTO. The cufflinks have been expertly hand-crafted and engineered to the finest detail, even featuring GTO London’s precisely-engineered signature cuff anchor mechanism.

In addition to the cufflinks, GTO London is also offering a slew of other items as part of their ‘Accensione’ collection. If cufflinks aren’t your thing, you can opt for a key fob and tie pin that has been designed to look like a Ferrari 250 GTO ignition. All these items, according to GTO London, are created from sterling silver, or, in some cases, with touches of Real Ferrari Metal.

And unlike an actual 250 GTO, owning these accessories won’t cost you a fortune. The Ignition Cufflinks retail at £245, which is north of $600 based on current exchange rates. As for the tie pin, that sells for £115 ($390) while the fob sells for £155 pounds ($390).

Source: GTO London


12 comments:

Can’t they release another variant?

Where am I going to use that? They should have thought a better item.

It’s something which isn’t always useful.

What will I do with a cufflink? It’ll be much better if a key chain was made instead of that cufflink.

These cufflinks aren’t always going to be used anyway.

Wow, the price is much expensive for an ordinary cufflink.

Why couldn’t they think of something related to automotive?

I highly doubt that all Ferrari GTO consumers often use cufflinks. Well, these look luxurious enough to keep as collectibles.

I wonder why they have thought of cufflinks though. I wish there are other more variants.

But of course, GTO London would think of something which would be rarely used.

I think they’ve expected that most of their consumers actually frequently uses suits. LOL.

Ah, isn’t it such a great deal? It can be a nice memento from either GTO London or from Ferrari. smiley

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