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The Ferrari that inspired the F12. One of only seventy-two ever made. A decorated racing history. All these factors add up to one pricey automobile. This 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione “Tour de France” is ready for the auction block and should fetch somewhere around $10 million when all is said and done. The fifteenth of seventeen models, this Tour de France boasts a 3.0-liter V12 that produces 258 bhp, lightweight coachwork, and an eye-catching deep red paint job. This is the uber-rare Ferrari that gave way to the prized 250 GT Berlinetta, complete with louvered vents and covered headlights, which only appeared on a handful of the seventeen builds. We need to go look in the sofa cushions.

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