You might not be looking to buy a vintage Ferrari in this economy, but someone is. This 1959 Ferrari 250 GT is now on the auction block, and it’s a gem and not just because of its excellent condition. This one was imported fully disassembled to the UK back in 1980. Then in 1994, the car was purchased by a Swedish owner, who then commissioned Carrozzeria Auto Sport of Bastiglia, Italy to craft custom alloy coachwork that’s inspired by the LWB (Long Wheelbase Berlinetta). The car was finished two years later. It now has booming 3.0-liter V12, triple Weber carburetors, a four-speed manual transmission, 16” Borrani wire wheels, custom-made Tour de France–style seats. The car was acquired by a dealer in 2021 when additional work was performed including detailing of the red paint, new black jute-backed wool carpeting, and other aesthetic refurbishing. It’s now being sold by the dealer and includes documentation, photos of the conversion, and invoices.