Ferrari made 27 195 Inters in 1950, the road-going version of its 195 S racer. Only 11 were bodied by Ghia, and even fewer had the optional triple Weber carburetors — all of which makes this extremely rare, even by early Ferrari standards. This 195 Inter made its way to Los Angeles in the late '50s after being sold by its original Italian owner, eventually finding its way to Illinois and Paul C. Clovis in 1976. Paul spent the next 35 years meticulously documenting and restoring the car. With only around 35 Ferraris ever bodied by Ghia, this 195 Inter is in a class all its own.