The 275P was the last factory-backed Ferrari to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans outright, more than half a century ago. After spending decades in a private collection, it will come up for auction in February of 2018. Here's your chance to own a piece of Ferrari history.
The 275P took victory at Le Mans in 1964, marking the eighth and final Le Mans win for the Ferrari works team. The next year, the North American Racing Team (N.A.R.T.) would go onto win with a 250LM, but this car is the last Le Mans-winning Ferrari with factory team backing, making it one of the most historically significant race cars in existence.
After its Le Mans win, the car came to America and competed in events like the Road Atlanta 500 and the 12 Hours of Sebring.
Once the car was retired, it spent the majority of its life in the famous Pierre Bardinon collection, home to dozens of other Ferraris, the most expensive of which—a 335 S Scaglietti—sold for over $35 million last year.
The 275P will headline on February 9th in Paris.