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The Last Ferrari NART Spider is Up for Auction

A rare 1968 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider is up for grabs in Monaco May 14.

The last of only 10 produced, a 1968 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider by Scaglietti will be up for bidding on May 14 in Monaco. The NART Spider is one of Ferrari’s most sough-after open road-going models, boasting 300 bhp and 3,286 cm3 Dual-OverHead Camshaft (DHOC) Colombo V-12 engine, and was featured in the 1968 movie The Thomas Crown Affair.

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Jose Segimon behind the wheel of his NART Spider in June 1980 at the Circuit Calafat in L'Ametlla de Mar, Spain. Courstesy of Antonio Palacin edit

Jose Segimon behind the wheel of his NART Spider in June 1980 at the Circuit Calafat in L’Ametlla de Mar, Spain. The same NART Spider is the one up for auction. (Image Courtesy of Antonio Palacin.)

This particular chassis, no. 11507, was the only one to be sold new in Europe, and is Ferrari Classiche certified with matching numbers throughout. The car is currently priced at €19 million to €23 million (S$29 million to S$36 million). For more information, visit rmsothebys.com.

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