“Classics worth well into the six- or even seven-figure range are often too far out of reach to really be interesting, but there are, of course, exceptions. Some ultra-expensive cars stay relevant with interesting engineering while others have interesting stories behind them. In this case, the 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 coming up for sale at Barret-Jackson doesn’t really have much of either.
Sure, it’s got a stick shift bolted up to a 300-horsepower quad-cam V12, but its value comes from somewhere else. To put it simply, it’s one of the purest-looking sports cars ever built.” For more, check out the full story from The Drive.