Ferrari made just 19 500 TRC Spiders between 1956 and 1957, with the inline-four powered car taking home trophies at several events in Europe, including a class win at the 1957 Le Mans. Designed specifically for privateer clients, this example, the 18th made, raced at Le Mans in 1957 but retired due to a water pump failure. Painted blue and white, the car would make its way to the US where win the SCCA E-Modified championship in 1958 and 1959. At some point in the '60s, the car's failing four-cylinder was replaced with a small-block Ford V8, later replaced by the correct unit directly from Ferrari. The car hasn't raced in decades, but instead has made appearances at various prestigious car shows throughout the US. An excellent example of the legendary Testa Rossa, the car goes to auction during Monterey Car Week in August 2022.