In 1956 and 57, Ferrari's 290 MM was the company's entry into sports car races across Europe and the United States. Only four were built, and these cars were driven by some of the best drivers of the era — Juan Manuel Fangio, Phil Hill, and Sir Stirling Moss among them. This 290 MM, the fourth of four, started its career at the 1956 Mille Miglia where it took second overall. Sir Stirling Moss drove the car in competition in 1957, where it would cross the Atlantic to race in America until 1961. The car has been restored to a concours level the way appeared in the 1957 12 Hours of Sebring, its last race as a factory Ferrari car, by Ferrari Classiche in Italy and comes fully documented. No classic Ferrari comes cheap, and with this 290 MM's racing history, could set a another record for the storied Italian marque.