There’s no shortage of great Ferrari automobiles we’d happily drive on a regular basis. But as much as we love the Testarossa, 488 GTB and LaFerrari, those bright red prancing ponies aren’t exactly practical. Enter the V12-powered 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 grand tourer, one of the 15 Classic Cars that Define Cool. Any version of this car would be a worthy addition to the stable, but this one is particularly special because it’s the only remaining one that was used as an Italian police car in the 60s. Plagued by a rash of car chases, the Italian police department commissioned a pair of the vehicles with the 3.0-liter 237 hp “Colombo” V12 engine direct from Maranello. This example–the only one of the pair still around–is currently for sale by Girardo at an undisclosed price. Along with the incredibly well kept vehicle, you get decades of service sheets, Ferrari Classiche Certification binder, an incredible backstory and a siren that is still functional.