Steve McQueen's former 1968 Ferrari 275 GTS/4NART Spider by Scaglietti is being auctioned off on Saturday, May 14th—and it could become the most expensive car ever to be sold at auction.
As the most popular and desirable open road-going Ferrari, it is expected to fetch up to $26.3 million. But there's a real chance it might sell for over $38,115,000, beating out THIS 1957 Ferrari , which would make it the most expensive car ever sold at an auction.
This beauty made her film debut in The Thomas Crown Affair, starring Steve McQueen. Designers Enzo Ferrari and Sergio Scaglietti only produced 10 of them — each one was given an acronym that referenced a North American Racing Team.
This exceptional Ferrari is equipped with a V-12 engine, 5-speed manual transmission and 4-wheel disc brakes. Its chassis number, 11057, was the last NART Spider ever produced. The car bounced around from owner to owner until it eventually landed in Lord Irvine Laidlaw’s garage. If you're interested in bidding tomorrow, contact Sotheby's .