One of just three 625TF's to be built, this 1953 Ferrari 625 Targa Florio is desirable for its rarity alone. The fact that it was raced by Enzo's team, by names such as Mike Hawthorn, Umberto Maglioli, and Luis Milan, makes it even more enticing. Following its first race, it was slightly remodeled, with a reduction in the radiator grille believed to be the work of Scaglietti. Following a stint in South America, it ended back in Italy and was untouched until 1974 when Franco Lombardi found it in a Naples scrapyard. Two restorations — one in Modena — and a handful of historic racing entries since, it remains in excellent driving condition, a track-worthy piece of automotive history.