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One of the world’s most valuable, single-owner Ferraris to be sold to aid charitable causes

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With only 10 cars produced by special request of Ferrari’s North American distributor in the late 1960s, the famous Ferrari 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T Spyders are unquestionably among the most highly prized of all classic road going Ferrari models. Rare in the extreme, it is unusual for a genuine N.A.R.T. Spyder to come to public auction, but the car on offer is even rarer for being a low-mileage, single-owner example. With the owner’s commitment to seeing the proceeds of the sale donated to charitable causes, the car will be an undoubted star of RM’s two-day sale in Monterey, California, August 16–17, during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance motoring week.Dubbed by Road & Track magazine as “the most satisfying sports car in the world,” the beautiful Ferrari 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spyders were the brainchild of Ferrari’s North American distributor and famous Le Mans winner, Luigi Chinetti. Chinetti had seen a likely demand for Ferrari’s beautiful “four-cam” coupe as a full convertible in the North American market, and he set about convincing Ferrari that they should permit him to commission a limited series of such cars from the coachbuilder Scaglietti. The result was a stunningly attractive car with exceptional performance from it’s 330 brake horsepower V-12 engine and with road holding to match.

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  1. Pingback: CHITTY CHITTY KER-CHING: Ferrari bought for £5,000 fetches £18 million | HalfEatenMind

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