Ferrari from 1968 at auction! The price? Only $25 Million!!! Auction house Sotheby’s estimates this car between 21 and 25 Million US Dollars, but the final sale price could be much higher. Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider is one of the rarest but also the most beautiful Ferrari convertible ever produced in the factory in Maranello. Only ten copies were made, and a copy, which will be offered at auction, was last one ever built and was sold in Europe.
NART stands for North American Racing Team, and this addition in the name was given when the American importer of Ferrari models wanted to popularize and raise the sales of the Ferrari 275 model. The history of this car starts in Madrid where he was sold to Colonel of the Spanish Foreign Legion, and the first 14 years spent just in Spain.
Swiss collector has bought and restored this model in 1980, in order to mid-90s ended up in the UK.
Under the hood is 3.3-liter V12 engine with 300 HP. Similar Ferrari was sold in 2013 at an auction in Monterey for $27.5 Million, and was estimated to ‘only’ $17 Million. It remains to be seen for how much this beauty will be sold on the 14 May auction in Monte Carlo.