Drive Wire: Rare Ferrari Expected To Auction For More Than $20 Million
In almost unobtainable car news, the tenth and last 1968 Ferrari 275 GTS4 NART Spider ever built is heading to auction. Sotheby’s will gavel off Ferrari number 11057 this May in Monaco, where it’s expected to bring between 22 and 26 million. The model has history, being inspired by legendary American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti, and one was driven by the legendary Steve McQueen in The Thomas Crown Affair. This particular model was owned by a Spanish foreign legion colonel - so that’s extremely cool – and restored during the 2000’s, and its 300 hp Colombo V12 is certified by Ferrari Classique. Do we love this car? Yes. Can we justify the price tag? No, no we can’t.
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