What you see here is one of greatest names in the history of motorsport. The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Le Mans racer is an absolute treasure since only three examples of it have been ever built. Now you have the chance to add this extremely rare piece of machinery into your collection as it’s going under the hammer on May 17 by RM Auctions.
This P4 is actually the car that inspired the Ferrari 612 P4/5, a one-off coachbuilt based on Ferrari Enzo for collectioner James Glickenhaus. Some of the most important parts of its career include a win at 1000km of Monza Filippo Caracciolo trophy and a third place in 1967 24 hours of Le Mans. It was also driven by Jackie Stewart in British BOAC International 500 at Brands Hatch where it finished second.
The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 chassis number 0858 has been maintained in its original state and now can be yours for a few million dollars!